- 8 October 1943
- Woodstock, New York, USA
- 193 cm
- daughter:Caley Chase (born c. 1984; mother Jayni Chase) daughter:Cydney Cathalene Chase (born c. 1982; mother Jayni Chase) daughter:Emily Chase (born c. 1988; mother Jayni Chase) father:Edward Tinsley Chase (a prominent Manhattan book editor and magazine writer; divorced from wife when Chase was four; remarried into the Folgers coffee family; died in 2005) mother:Cathalene Crane Chase (daughter of Admiral Miles Browning, who had a large role in the Battle of Midway; adopted as a child by Cornelius Vanderbilt Crane, and took the name Cathalene Crane; her mother was an opera singer who performed several times at Carnegie Hall; divorced from husband when Chase was four; remarried twice more; died in 2005) step-father:Lawrence Widdowes (wrote the book for the opera "How to Make Love", which was produced by Chase) step-sister:Pamela Widdowes (directed the opera "How to Make Love", which was produced by Chase) wife:Jacqueline Chase (married December 4, 1976; divorced 198
- Cornelius Crane Chase (birth name)
Born Cornelius Crane Chase, he changed his name to Chevy Chase, joined the Saturday Night Live crew, and embarked on a highly successful movie career. Chase scored in the eighties with hits such as _Caddyshack (1980)_ , the National Lampoon movies and the Fletch movies. All his films show his talent for deadpan comedy. Sadly, his career has generally worsened throughout the nineties, starring in flops such as the wholly mediocre Memoirs of an Invisible Man (1992), and Cops and Robbersons (19
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