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Rollins College, 1000 Holt Ave, Winter Park, FL 32789, Stati Uniti
Brooks School, 1160 Great Pond Rd, North Andover, MA 01845, Stati Uniti
Columbia University, 116th St & Broadway, New York, NY 10027, Stati Uniti
Actors Studios, 432 W 44th St, New York, NY 10036, Stati Uniti
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2840 Seattle Dr, CA 90046, USA

Image result for Anthony PerkinsAnthony Perkins (April 4, 1932 – September 12, 1992) was an American actor and singer.

He was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for his second film, Friendly Persuasion, but is best known for playing Norman Bates in Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho (1960) and its three sequels.

His other films include Fear Strikes Out (1957), The Matchmaker (1958), Tall Story (1960), The Trial (1962), Phaedra (1962), Five Miles to Midnight (1962), Pretty Poison (1968), Murder on the Orient Express (1974), Mahogany (1975), North Sea Hijack (1979), The Black Hole (1979), and Crimes of Passion (1984).

Perkins was an extremely shy person, especially in the company of women.[16] According to the posthumous biography Split Image by Charles Winecoff, he had exclusively same-sex relationships until his late 30s, including with actors Rock Hudson and Tab Hunter; artist Christopher Makos; dancer Rudolf Nureyev; composer/lyricist Stephen Sondheim; and dancer-choreographer Grover Dale.[17] Perkins has been described as one of the two great men in the life of French songwriter Patrick Loiseau.[18]

Perkins reportedly had his first heterosexual experience at age 39 with actress Victoria Principal[19][20] on location filming The Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean in 1971.[16] He met photographer Berinthia "Berry" Berenson, the younger sister of actress and model Marisa Berenson, at a party in New York City in 1972.[16] They married when he was aged 41, on August 9, 1973 and had two sons: actor Oz Perkins (b. February 2, 1974), and musician Elvis Perkins (b. February 9, 1976).[21]

Diagnosed with HIV during the filming of Psycho IV: The Beginning, Perkins died at his Los Angeles home on September 12, 1992, from AIDS-related[22][23][24] pneumonia at age 60.[25] His urn, inscribed "Don’t Fence Me In," is in an altar by a bench on the terrace of his former home in the Hollywood Hills.[26] His widow died nine years later on American Airlines Flight 11 in the September 11 attacks.[21]

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