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Colin Higgins Biography

This Biography consists of approximately 5 pages of information about the life of Colin Higgins.
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Colin Higgins was born in Noumea, New Caledonia, a French island in the Pacific, to Joy Kelly Higgins, an Australian, and John Edward Higgins, an American. He attended school in Oakland, California, and later in Sydney, after his family moved to Australia in 1950. He graduated with honors in 1958 from his high school, St. Anthony's College in Robertson, New South Wales, and the following year he enrolled in Stanford University, where he became interested in theater and wrote and acted in several student productions. In 1960, after his freshman year, he hitchhiked to New York, where he worked as a page at ABC television and studied acting at the Actors Studio. In 1962, after a second year at Stanford, he enlisted in the army, and upon graduating from the Armed Forces Communications School at Fort Slocum, New York, he was assigned to work as assistant editor on the 2nd Division Bayonet...

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