the Method,a process of acting based on Stanislavsky 's teachings. Among the world's foremost teachers of acting, Strasberg was closely associated with The Actors Studio in New York and became its director in 1950. He acted in movies in his later life, notably The Godfather Part II (1974).
See his autobiography (1987) biography by C. H. Adams (1980) R. H. Hethmon, ed., Strasberg at the Actors' Studio (1965).
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