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Edwin Thomas Carine

Edwin Thomas Carine, American actor, playwright. Bar: New York 1940. Recipient Best Featured Actor awards Ice House Theatre and Theatre Winter Haven. Staff sergeant United States Army Air Force, 1941-1945.


  • Carine, Edwin Thomas was born on January 10, 1918 in Queens, New York, United States. Son of Edwin Thomas and Marion Ann (Deebach) Carine.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science, St. John's University, Brooklyn, 1938. Doctor of Juridical Science, St. John's University, Brooklyn, 1940. Master of Science in Education, St. John's University, Queens, 1949.


    • Private practice,, Queens, 1940-1941. Director student personnel College aeronautics, La Guardia Airport, New York, 1946-1953. Director admissions Hofstra University, Hempstead, 1953-1966.

      Associate regional director College Board, New York City, 1966-1968, regional director, 1969-1981. Freelance actor and playwright, Davenport, Florida, since 1982.

    Major achievements

    • Bar: New York 1940.


    • Author: (plays) Taketori and the Shining Princess, 1991, Maggie and Madge, 1992, Borderline, 1993, Aunt Amelia's Deed, 1994, Cypress Trace, 1995, Fanfare, The Spa, 1996, Melody for Murder, 1997. Appeared on stage in Heaven Can Wait, Corpse, I'm Not Rappaport, Social Security, Painting Churches, Funny Girl, Theatre Winter Haven, Florida, Look Homeward Angel, EQUUS, Icehouse Theatre, Florida. In commercials for Cookin' Good Chicken, Opry Land, Astoria Federal Savings & Loan, Florida Health Care, United States League Savings Institute.

      Television/video appearances Clarissa Explains It All, Beach Blast Sing-A-Long, Sea Quest.


    Staff sergeant United States Army Air Force, 1941-1945.



    Swimming, walking, reading.


    • Married Lucille Lorretta Welch, August 22, 1941 (deceased June 1982). Children: Edwin, Eugene, Kathleen.
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    Born January 10, 1918
    • 1938
      St. John's University
    • 1940
      St. John's University
    • 1949
      St. John's University
    • 1940 - 1941
      Private practice
    • 1946 - 1953
      director, student personnel College aeronautics
      New York, United States
    • 1953 - 1966
      director, admissions Hofstra University
      Hempstead, New York, United States
    • 1966 - 1968
      associate, regional director College Board
    • 1982
      freelance actor, and playwright
      Davenport, Iowa, United States
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