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film director. , television and theatre producer

Fred Hayden Coe, American television and theatre producer, film director. Recipient Peabody award, 1952-1953.

Background

Coe, Fred Hayden was born on December 23, 1914 in Alligator, Mississippi, United States. Son of Frederick Hayden and Annette (Harroll) Coe.

Education

Student Peabody College for Teachers. Student fine arts, Yale.

Career

Producer, director NBC-television, 1947-1957, Philco-Goodyear Playhouse, Mr. Peepers, Producer’s Showcase, Columbia Broadcasting System-television, Playhouse 90, 1957-1960. Theatrical prodns. (New York City).

1945-1979; Trip to Bountiful, Two For the Seesaw, The Miracle Worker, All The Way Home, Gideon, A Thousand Clowns, Wait Until Dark. Fiddler on the Roof, Promenade All. Director Night Watch.

Motion picture prodns.: The Left Handed Gun, The Miracle Worker, A Thousand Clowns (also director), Me Natalie (also directory).

Connections

Married second, Joyce Beeler, August, 1952. Children: John Hayden, Laurence Anne, Sue Anne, Samuel Hayden.

father:
Frederick Hayden Coe

mother:
Annette (Harroll) Coe

spouse:
Joyce Beeler

children:
John Hayden Coe

Laurence Anne Coe

Sue Anne Coe

Samuel Hayden Coe