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Costume designer

Marjorie Elaine McCown, American costume designer. Member of Mystery Writers of America, United Scenic Artists, Costume Designers Guild.


McCown, Marjorie Elaine was born on February 5, 1955 in Tuscola, Illinois, United States. Daughter of Harrison J. and Helen Esther McCown.


Bachelor in Theater, University Virginia, 1977. Associate of Applied Science in Fashion Design, Fashion Institute of Technology, New York City, 1978.


Costume designer film/television Firehouse (Columbia Broadcasting System pilot), Close to Danger, Romeo and Juliet (television-Public Broadcasting Service). Assistant costume designer film/television Wag the Dog (feature), Ed-television (feature), My Favorite Martian (feature), Father's Day (feature), Kazaam (feature), House Arrest (feature), Apollo 13 (feature), Forrest Gump, The Firm, Clean Slate, A Bronx Tale, Hero, The Marrying Man, The Addams Family, George Vidal's Lincoln (television miniseries), That 70's Show (sitcom-Fox). Costume designer opera/theater East of the Sun, West of the Moon/New York City Opera, Turn of the Screw (New York City Opera), Don Giovanni (Minnesota Opera Company), The Pearl Fishers (New York City Opera), The Postman Always Rings Twice (Fort Worth Opera Association), Cosi Fan Tutte (Greater Miami Opera Association), Anoush (Michigan Opera Theater), I Pagliacci (New York City Opera), Tartuffe (Alabama Shakespeare Festival), The Pajama Game (New York City Opera), Guys and Dolls (Theater Virginia), Noises Off (Theater Virginia), One Touch of Venus (Goodspeed Opera House), A Wireless Christmas (Theater Virginia), The Man (The Apple Corps, New York ), Festivities (No Smoking Playhouse, New York ), La Turista (Westbeth Theater Center New York ), The Great Rhyme Crime (Charlottesville Children's Theater).


  • book

    • Death by Design

      (Faye Symington is a feature film costume designer who has...)

  • Other Work

    • Author: Death by Design, 2000.


Member of Mystery Writers of America, United Scenic Artists, Costume Designers Guild.


Harrison J.

Helen Esther McCown