| Lillian Garrett-Groag ： ウィキペディア英語版|
Lillian Groag (born Liliana C. Groag) is an American playwright, theater director, and actor. Her plays include ''The Ladies of the Camellias'', ''The Magic Fire'', and ''The White Rose''.〔(Lillian Groag - complete guide to the Playwright and Plays )〕
==Early life and career==
Lillian Groag was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina to a Viennese father and an Italian mother. Her father had fled to Argentina in 1938 when Austria aligned itself with Nazi Germany. When Lillian was only 7 years old her family fled from Argentina to Montevideo, Uruguay, but this time they were fleeing from the military dictatorship. Her father would die 7 years later in Uruguay. Lillian was schooled in Catholic boarding schools in both Argentina and Uruguay her entire life〔 until she came to Lake Forest College in Chicago and the University of Dijon in France. She would later go on to earn masters and doctoral degrees in Romance Languages and Literature from Northwestern University.〔
While attending both Lake Forest College and Northwestern she appeared in many plays. It was during her performance while at Northwestern in the play, "A Lion in Winter" that she was spotted by a Hollywood talent agent who persuaded her to move to Los Angeles to pursue an acting career in TV and movies.〔 She went on to have guest appearances on several TV shows before shifting her focus more to the theater and plays as well as writing.
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