|Also Known As: ||
||August 25, 1991
||April 26, 1903
||Cause of Death:
||New York City, New York, USA
RATE AND COMMENT
Worked as associate editor of "Time" magazine
Was associate editor and regular contributor to "The New Yorker"
First work published, "Twenty-One Americans"
Moved to Hollywood; screenwriter for Warner Bros., 20th Century-Fox, MGM, Paramount and Universal
Wrote first screenplay "The Crowd Roars"
Worked as story editor for Samual Goldwyn Productions
First novel published, "The Carrington Incident"
Became independent producer
Left Hollywood for a ranch in Hollister, CA
Moved to Pacific Heights area of San Francisco and used Bay area as setting for some of his fiction