Norman Thaddeus Vane
Norman Thaddeus Vane was born on Jul 07, 1928 in USA. Norman Thaddeus Vane's big-screen debut came with Mrs. Brown, You've Got a Lovely Daughter directed by Saul Swimmer in 1968.
Norman Thaddeus Vane was born Norman Theodore Vein on July 7, 1928 in Brookhaven, New York. Vane grew up in Patchogue, New York. Norman was a Merchant Marine for one year and served for two years in the Air Force, where he was stationed at the Moody Air Force Base in Valdosta, Georgia. Following his stint in the military, Vane studied playwriting at Columbia University. Norman wrote his first play "The Penguin" in 1952; it starred
BirthdayJul 07, 1928
Place of BirthBrookhaven, New York, USA