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Tracy Letts
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    (July 4, 1965- )
    Born in Tulsa, Oklahoma
    Actor, playwright, and screenwriter
    Wrote the plays 'Killer Joe,' 'Bug,' 'August: Osage County,' and 'Superior Donuts'
    Appeared in the television series 'Divorce,' 'Home Improvement,' 'Judging Amy,' 'Prison Break,' 'Seinfeld'
    His first name sounds effeminate.
    He worked as a telemarketer while starting out as an actor.
    His mother Billie said of his plays, 'Everybody in Tracy's stories gets naked or dead.'
    His wife, actress Carrie Coon, was 16 years younger than he was.
    He was a member of the prestigious Steppenwolf Theatre Company.
    His inspirations include Tennessee Williams and William Faulkner.
    His play 'August: Osage County' won his a Tony Award and a Pulitzer Prize.
    He won a Tony Award for his role in a revival production of the play 'Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf.'

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