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Exclusive Photos: At Home with Tony Lifetime Achievement Award Winner Marian Seldes

My love of the theater is what keeps me alive,' says Marian Seldes.

Like everyone in the theater community, we cheered when actress Marian Seldes was announced the winner of a 2010 Tony Award for Lifetime Achievement. Truly, no one deserves it more than this great lady of the stage, whose career spans 60 years—from Medea in 1947 to Deuce in 2007—and five previous Tony nominations, including a win for Edward Albee’s A Delicate Balance in 1967. (Her Tony disappeared when she lent out a previous apartment, so she really should get two statues on June 13!) In addition to her immense talent as an actress, Seldes has endeared herself to several generations of performers as an inspiring teacher and supportive presence at countless opening nights. The 82-year-old legend graciously invited into the memorabilia-filled home she shared with her late husband, Garson Kanin, posing for photos and declaring herself “stunned” at being honored for a lifetime of achievement on the stage

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