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Ronald Alexander

Ronald Alexander was born in West New York, N.J. After dropping out of school, he worked in a factory, sang with a band and was a boxer, then organized Broadway performers for a unit of United Service Organizations run by his sister. He also appeared on Broadway in small roles in The Patriots, Light Up the Sky and The Closing Door. As a playwright, his greatest successes were Time Out for Ginger (1952), which starred Melvyn Douglas as a tyrannical father with three daughters, and Nobody Loves an Albatross (1963), a satire of the television industry, which starred Robert Preston. His plays The Grand Prize (1955) and Holiday for Lovers (1957) were also produced on Broadway.


Samuel French Titles by Ronald Alexander