|Birth Day||January 1, 1902|
|Birth Place||New York|
|Age||118 YEARS OLD|
Screenwriter and director, most recognized for films like The Cape Town Affair and Interlude.
He took his first job at popular magazine The New Yorker.
His first ever screenplay, Jailbreak, was purchased by First National Pictures in 1929.
He had three children: Audrey, Laurel, and Andy.
Like cartoonist Richard Decker, he contributed to The New Yorker.