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Ann Roth

Ann Roth

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Born: October 30, 1931 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Hanover, Pennsylvania, USA Profession: Costume-Wardrobe ...
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Raised in Pennsylvania
1958:
First stage credits, "Maybe Tuesday", "Make a Million" and "The Disenchanted"
1964:
First feature credit, "The World of Henry Orient"
1965:
First collaboration with Mike Nichols, the Broadway production of Neil Simon's "The Odd Couple"
1967:
Costumed the high school-set drama "Up the Down Staircase"
1969:
Was costume designer of "Midnight Cowboy"
1971:
Designed the costumes for "Klute", featuring Jane Fonda
1972:
Costumed the cast of the fact-based Mafia crime drama "The Valachi Papers"
1975:
Was costume designer of "Nunzio", "The Day of the Locust" and "The Happy Hooker"
1975:
Designed the costumes for NBC's "The Rivalry", an adaptation of the 1858 Lincoln-Douglas debates
1976:
Garnered first Tony nomination for the revival of "The Royal Family"
1977:
Designed costumes for "Coming Home" (starring Jane Fonda) and Herbert Ross' "The Goodbye Girl" (script by Neil Simon)
1978:
Costumed Fonda again in "California Suite"
1978:
Designed the costumes for the Broadway run of "The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas"
1979:
Won second Tony nomination for "The Crucifer of Blood", a Victorian England-set drama about Sherlock Holmes
1979:
Did the costumes for the stage musical "They're Playing Our Song" on Broadway
1980:
Was designer of the mystery thriller "Dressed to Kill" and the comedy "9 to 5" (starring Jane Fonda)
1981:
Costumed Jane Fonda again in "Rollover"; additionally designed costumes for the films "Blow Out", "Honky Tonk Freeway" and "Only When I Laugh"
1982:
First designed costumes for Glenn Close in "The World According to Garp"
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Was costume designer of the Circle in the Square revivals "Present Laughter" (1982) and "Design for Living" (1984) , both directed by George C Scott
1983:
Made first feature film collaboration with Mike Nichols as costumer of "Silkwood"
1984:
Won first Oscar nomination for her designs for Robert Benton's "Places in the Heart"
1984:
Designed costumes for the Broadway production of "Hurlyburly", directed by Nichols
1985:
Served as costume consultant on the PBS special "Roanoke"; earned Emmy nomination
1985:
Costumed the casts of "The Slugger's Wife", "Jagged Edge", "Maxie" and "Sweet Dreams"
1985:
Was costume designer for Broadway revivals of "The Odd Couple", "Singin' in the Rain" and "Arms and the Man"; also did costumes for Neil Simon's "Biloxi Blues"
1986:
Did costumes for Mike Nichols' "Heartburn" and dressed Jane Fonda in "The Morning After"
1988:
Was costume designer for two features starring Daniel Day-Lewis: the striking drama "The Unbearable Lightness of Being" and the lighthearted comedy "Stars and Bars"
1986:
Created clothing for the stage revival of "The House of Blue Leaves"; production transferred to Broadway
1988:
Designed costumes for Mike Nichols' "Working Girl"
1989:
Was costume designer of the films "The January Man", "Her Alibi" and "Family Business"
1989:
Was costume designer for Broadway's "Born Yesterday"
1990:
Designed costumes for the features "Everybody Wins", "Q&A","Postcards From the Edge", "Pacific Heights" and "Bonfire of the Vanities"
1991:
Was costume designer for Mike Nichols' "Regarding Henry"
1992:
Costumed the casts of "The Mambo Kings", "A Stranger Among Us", "School Ties" and "Consenting Adults"
1992:
Designed costumes for the Broadway production of "Death and the Maiden" starring Glenn Close and "A Small Family Business"
1993:
Was costume designer for the feature adaptation of "Dennis the Menace and outfitted Sigourney Weaver in "Dave"
1994:
Designed the costumes for the Mike Nichols psychological horror thriller "Wolf" and the comedy "Guarding Tess"
1995:
Costumed the casts of "Just Cause" and "Sabrina"
1995:
Designed Glenn Close's costumes in the fact-based NBC TV-movie "Serving in Silence: The Margarethe Cammermeyer Story"
1996:
Was costume designer of the courtroom drama "Before and After" and Mike Nichols' "The Birdcage"
1996:
Won Best Costume Design Oscar for "The English Patient", directed by Anthony Minghella
1996:
Designed the costumes for the Broadway revival of "Present Laughter"
1997:
Was costume designer of "In & Out"
1998:
Costumed "Primary Colors" for Mike Nichols; additionally worked as designer of "The Siege" and "Hush"
1999:
Was costume designer of "Random Hearts" and the modern-day remake of "The Out-of-Towners"
1999:
Reteamed with Minghella for "The Talented Mr. Ripley"; earned an Academy Award nomination for her efforts
2003:
Served as costume designer for drama "The Hours"; recieved an Oscar nomination for her achievements in costume design

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