Born in Rochester, New York Feb. 17, 1941, joined the US Navy in 1958 after high school, went to the University of North Carolina and graduated with a BA in Theatre in 1966, went to New York to study acting with Uta Hagen, Mira Rostova, Bobby Lewis and Michael Shurtleff, joined Actor's Equity Association as R.P. McMurphy in One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest at the Little Fox Theatre in San Francisco in 1969, returned to New York and graduated from Hunter College with an MA in Theatre in 1973, got hired at the Long Wharf Theatre in Ibsen's Masterbuilder, then went to the London Academy of Music & Dramatic Art for a one-year Post graduate program. Returned to Los Angeles in 1975, where he founded the Los Angeles Academy of Dramatic Art until 1982, when he returned to New York to teach acting at Hunter College until 1985 when he returned to Los Angeles after having children. He remarried in 1994 and moved to Utah in 1997, opened Park City Music and the Utah Conservatory, both of which have
Fredric Cook born?
Fredric Cook was born in Rochester, New York, USA