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Full Name: Tad Mosel
Biography:
(1922-2008) TV Dramatist, playwright. Tad Mosel was born in Steubenville, Ohio, and moved with his family to New Rochelle, New York, when he was a child.
Author's Timeline:
1922 (Unknown) County
George Ault Mosel Jr. was born in Steubenville, Ohio, on May 1, 1922. His father gave him the nickname Tad. 
1930 Westchester County
Around 1930, Mr. Mosel moved with his parents to New Rochelle, New York. 
2008 (Unknown) County
Tad Mosel died in Concord, New Hampshire, on August 24, 2008. 
1953 (Unknown) County
The Haven
Teleplay. 
1953 (Unknown) County
Other People's Houses
Teleplay. 
1961 (Unknown) County
All The Way Home: A Drama In Three Acts
(Pub: Samuel French; Acting edition ISBN: )
Play adapted from James Agee's autobiographical novel, "A Death In The Family." Winner of the 1961 Pulitzer Prize for drama. 
1953 New York County
Mr. Mosel received a master's degree from Columbia University in 1953. 
1967 (Unknown) County
Up The Down Staircase
Screenplay. 
1971 (Unknown) County
All The Way Home
Teleplay. 
1978 (Unknown) County
Leading Lady: The World And Theater Of Katharine Cornell
(Pub: Little, Brown and Company ISBN: 0316585378 / 978-0316585378 )
Biography written with Gertrude Macy. 
1962 (Unknown) County
That's Where The Town's Going
(Pub: Dramatists Play Service, Inc. ISBN: )
Teleplay. 
1964 (Unknown) County
Dear Heart
Screenplay. 
1961 (Unknown) County
Impromptu
(Pub: Dramatists Play Service, Inc. ISBN: )
Play in one act. 
1957 (Unknown) County
The Five Dollar Bill
(Pub: Dramatic Publishing ISBN: )
Play. 
1956 (Unknown) County
Other People's Houses: Six Television Plays
(Pub: New York: Simon & Schuster ISBN: )
Six teleplays. 
2008 (Unknown) County
Tad Mosel was interred at Wildwood Cemetery, Amherst, Hampshire County, Massachusetts. 

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