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26 Mar

When John Guare's Six Degrees of Separation premiered in New York in 1990 it precisely caught a sense of urban unease in upscale New York society prevalent at the time.The play tells the story of Flan, a sophisticated Manhattan art dealer, and his socialite wife, Ouisa, who find themselves duped by a charming and eloquent young man who claims to be a college friend of their children.

Some say the history of this idea dates back to the turn of the 20th century, when Nobel Peace Prize winner Guglielmo Marconi (father of the modern radio) attempted to figure out the number of radio relay stations would be needed to cover the Earth and he came up with an average of 5.83, or the amount of steps everyone on Earth is apart.When the couple agreed to take part on Finding Your Roots - their episode aired in the UK this week after hitting US screens last year - Sedgwick expressed her fear that the investigation would reveal the couple to be distant relatives. In the online world of social networking, the theory of six degrees of separation is evident by the number of connections made through sites such as Classmates, Reunion, My Space and Facebook.The shock discovery has added irony for Bacon, whose long and successful career has given birth to the game 'Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon' in which movie buffs try to establish how many other actors had worked with the ubiquitous star.The game itself is based on the ‘six degrees of separation’ concept, which states that any two people on Earth are, on average, about six acquaintance links apart and so it seemed to be the case for the couple regularly described as one of the most stable in Hollywood.