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Also Known As: I.A.L. Diamond, Itec Domnici Died: April 21, 1988
Born: June 27, 1920 Cause of Death: cancer
Birth Place: Romania Profession: screenwriter, producer

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Immigrated to the USA (Brooklyn) at age 9, adding the decorative initials to his name some time later. Diamond moved to Hollywood in 1941, working on mostly unexceptional films before teaming up with Billy Wilder for "Love in the Afternoon" (1957). He became Wilder's co-writer of choice (taking the place of Charles Brackett), with the team turning out consistently incisive, outstanding comedies through the director's last film, "Buddy, Buddy" (1981).

Immigrated to the USA (Brooklyn) at age 9, adding the decorative initials to his name some time later. Diamond moved to Hollywood in 1941, working on mostly unexceptional films before teaming up with Billy Wilder for "Love in the Afternoon" (1957). He became Wilder's co-writer of choice (taking the place of Charles Brackett), with the team turning out consistently incisive, outstanding comedies through the director's last film, "Buddy, Buddy" (1981).

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Education

Boys High School: New York , New York -
Columbia University: New York , New York -
Columbia University: New York , New York -

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wife:
Barbara Bentley. Studio junior writer. Married 1945 until Diamond's death.

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son:
Paul Diamond. Screenwriter.

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