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Born: December 24, 1945 Cause of Death:
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1969:
Was unit publicist for feature film "Love Story"
1974:
First produced script, a TV pilot for ABC, "Judge Dee and the Monastery Murders"
1975:
Wrote screenplay for "The Night that Panicked America" (ABC)
1977:
Wrote the screen adaptation of his novel "The Seven Percent Solution"
1979:
Feature film directing debut, "Time After Time"; also adapted the screenplay
1981:
Published his autobiographical novel <i>Confessions of a Homing Pigeon</i>
1982:
Directed and re-wrote screenplay for "Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan"
1983:
Made TV directorial debut, "The Day After" (NBC)
1985:
Directed Tom Hanks and John Candy in "Volunteers"
1986:
Co-wrote the screenplay for the fourth Star Trek film, "Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home"
1988:
Directed the Merchant/Ivory produced, "The Deceivers"
1991:
Directed "Company Business," starring Gene Hackman and Mikhail Baryishnikov; also adapted from his own screenplay
1991:
Directed "Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country"; also developed the story with Leonard Nimoy and co-wrote the screenplay
1993:
Was the principal screenwriter of the critically acclaimed film, "Sommersby"
1993:
Directed his own play about Leo Tolstoy, "Loco Motives," which premiered in Los Angeles
2003:
Adapted the Philip Roth novel, "The Human Stain"

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