Alexander Woolcott was quite a character, and quite interesting on his own - look him up in the usual places. (The play "The Man Who Came to Dinner" was written about his life, and he originally starred in it.) I'm writing this post at the moment, though, as part of my reinvestigation of the charts and events in Bradley's Solar and Lunar Returns, and because more than one person on this forum is interested in medical astrological factors related to heart attack.
Woolcott was born January 19, 1887, 3:30 PM, in Phalanx, NJ (A-rated data). He suffered a heart attack while on a broadcast panel discussion in
San Francisco New York City on April 23, 1940. A cerebral hemorrhage started in short order, and he was dead by the time he reached the hospital. I don't have a time, but it sounds like it was in the evening - I'll estimate 7 PM.
First the natal: He, like Winnie Ruth Judd, was a Capricorn-Scorpio, but a much more charming fellow - his Cap-Scorp side all went to humor and edgy wit. I don't see specific cardiac issues in the natal chart. They may have been acquired.
If there was one location on Earth that would bring Sun-related issues into focus, it would be San Francisco, where his Sun was on MC, Mars minutes from square Ascendant, and his Neptune rising. It, frankly, wasn't a healthy place for him to be.
Transits on the evening of his heart attack tell a different story than the natal: Pressures on his heart, weakness or frailty, enormous energy and strain, etc.
t Pluto op. r Sun +23'
-- t Mars sqq. r Sun -32'
t Neptune op. r MC +48'
t Uranus sq. r Mars -43'
t Saturn op. r Jupiter -53'
t Jupiter sqq. r Moon -40'
Bradley specifically admonished us to look at his local angles for this event, and it's easy to see why!
t Uranus conj. L Asc -53' [where it squared his Mars]
[Pluto opposite his Sun close to local meridian, but not partile]