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Birth Place: Profession: Writer ...
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Began writing at 31, including essays and articles for the New York Times Book Review, New York Magazine, Redbook, Vogue and other publications
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Wrote the best-selling "How to Eat Like a Child" and "Teenage Romance," a collection of essays; "How to Eat Like a Child" was adapted into a TV movie (1980)
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Wrote two children's books "The Girl Who Changed the World and My Life" and "Nobody Elses"
1992:
First screenplay and collaboration with sister Nora on "This is My Life," which was Nora's directorial debut
1993:
Served as associate producer for "Sleepless in Seattle," written and directed by Nora Ephron
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Collaborated with Nora on "Mixed Nuts" (1994) with Steve Martin and "Michael" (1996) with John Travolta
1995:
Published first novel "Hanging Up" loosely based on her own family
1998:
Executive produced and co-wrote "You've Got Mail," with Nora, which starred Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan
2000:
Adapted her novel "Hanging up" into a feature film; co-wrote screenplay with Nora and served as executive producer
2000:
Published second novel, "Big City Eyes"
2005:
Penned the screenplay for "The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants," the film adaptation of Ann Brashares' novel, based on the friendship between four adolescent girls
2005:
Co-wrote with Nora, the screenplay for "Bewitched," based on the 1960's TV sitcom; Nora Ephron also directed

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