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Farley Granger, 1925-2011

bisexual American actor
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Aries Ascendant, Cancer Sun, Scorpio Moon, Eris Rising

his astro-chart

ASTRoDATA: 1 July 1925, 23:35 (11:35pm), San Jose, California, USA. RR: AA. (Sy Scholfield [copyright] quotes data from Contemporary American Horoscopes and the Gauquelin Book of American Charts). DIED: 27 March 2011, New York, NY, USA.
FEATURES: PERSONALIZED PLANETS: Aries ERIS (conjunct Ascendant), Cancer SUN (conjunct IC), Cancer PLUTO (conjunct SUN; trine and ruling Scorpio MOON), Cancer VENUS (conjunct North Node), Leo MARS (conjunct North Node), Capricorn JUPITER (sextile MOON; opposite SUN), Pisces URANUS (conjunct Ascendant). PATTERNS: GRAND WATER TRINE (Cancer MERCURY, Scorpio MOON, Pisces URANUS), CARDINAL T-SQUARE (Cancer MERCURY-VENUS opposite Capricorn JUPITER, all square Aries CHIRON). SHAPE: ??. CHINESE SIGN: WOOD OX (BUFFALO). NUMEROLOGY: "7" LIFEPATH.
Wikipedia Biography

[with Astrology notes by Sy Scholfield]:

Farley Earle Granger (July 1, 1925 March 27, 2011) was an American actor. In a career spanning several decades, he was perhaps best known for his two collaborations with Alfred Hitchcock, Rope in 1948 and Strangers on a Train in 1951.

Since the 1990s, Granger has appeared in several documentaries discussing Hollywood in general and Alfred Hitchcock in particular. In 1995 he was interviewed on camera for The Celluloid Closet, discussing the depiction of homosexuality in film and the use of subtext in various films, including his own.

In 2003, Granger made his last film appearance in Broadway: The Golden Age, by the Legends Who Were There. In it, he tells the story of leaving Hollywood at the peak of his fame, buying out his contract from Samuel Goldwyn, and moving to New York City to work on the Broadway stage.

In 2007, Granger published the memoir Include Me Out, co-written with domestic partner Robert Calhoun. In the book, named after one of Goldwyn's famous malapropisms, he freely discusses his career and personal life. Calhoun died of lung cancer in New York City on May 24, 2008, at age 77.

Granger died of natural causes on March 27, 2011, at age 85.

For his contribution to television, Granger has a star located at 1551 Vine Street on the Hollywood Walk of Fame

.... [read more at Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia].


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