|Birth: ||Jan. 25, 1937|
|Death: ||Jan. 10, 1995|
Kathleen Jeanette Halton Tynan was the second wife of theater critic Kenneth Tynan. She was the author of his biography, "The Life of Kenneth Tynan" (book, 1987). She also wrote "The Summer Aeroplane" (novel, 1975) and "Agatha" (novel, 1978) and (movie, 1979). "Agatha" was a fictional story based upon an actual midlife disappearance of Agatha Christie.
Mrs. Tynan was also the co-editor of "Profiles" (book, 1990), which gathered selected essays by her husband, and the editor of "Kenneth Tynan: Letters" (book, 1995).
Kathleen Tynan was the daughter of Canadian journalist Matthew Halton and his wife, Jean. She was raised in Canada and England, and attended Oxford University. She worked as a researcher for Newsweek and as a reporter for The Observer and The Sunday Times in London.
Kathleen Jeanette Halton Tynan was cremated, and her ashes are interred at plot number I-11 #7 in the Fairview Cemetery in Pincher Creek, Alberta, Canada, near her father, Matthew Halton, and her mother, Jean Halton.
Matthew Henry Halton (1904 - 1956)
Jean Campbell Halton (1906 - 2001)
Kenneth Tynan (1927 - 1980)
Created by: Steven Tynan
Record added: Nov 17, 2005
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