Edward Stevenson (costume designer)
Edward Manson Stevenson
May 13, 1906
Pocatello, Idaho, USA
December 2, 1968
Los Angeles, California, USA
|Other names||Edward M. Stevenson|
Edward Stevenson (May 13, 1906-December 2, 1968) was an American costume designer. He had over 200 film and television credits, including some of the episodes of I Love Lucy and The Lucy Show. He also won an Academy Award.
- Oscar Nominations 1
- Personal life 2
- References 3
- External links 4
All 3 were for Best Costumes.
- 24th Academy Awards-Nominated for The Mudlark (in Black and White Costumes). Nomination shared with Margaret Furse. Lost to A Place in the Sun.
- 24th Academy Awards-Nominated for David and Bathsheba. This was for color costumes. Nomination shared with Charles LeMaire. Lost to An American in Paris.
- 33rd Academy Awards-The Facts of Life. This was for black and white costumes. Shared with Edith Head. Won. 
- Edward Stevenson at the Internet Movie Database