Jerome Bixby Net Worth

Jerome Bixby was born on January 11, 1923 in  Los Angeles County, California, United States, is Writer, Art Department, Composer. Father of Emerson Bixby, Leonardo Brook Bixby and Russell Albert Ludwig Bixby.
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Who is it? Writer, Art Department, Composer
Birth Day January 11, 1923
Birth Place  Los Angeles County, California, United States
Died On April 28, 1998(1998-04-28) (aged 75)\nSan Bernardino, California, United States
Birth Sign Aquarius
Pen name D. B. Lewis Harry Neal Albert Russell J. Russell M. St. Vivant Thornecliff Herrick Alger Rome
Occupation Novelist, short-story writer
Genre Science fiction, western
Notable works "It's a Good Life" "Mirror, Mirror" (Star Trek screenplay)

💰 Net worth: Under Review

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Bixby was the Editor of Planet Stories from Summer 1950 to July 1951, and Editor of Two Complete Science Adventure Novels from Winter 1950 to July 1951.


Bixby wrote the original screenplay for 1958's It! The Terror from Beyond Space, which was the inspiration for 1979's Alien. The Star Trek: Deep Space Nine seventh season (1999) Mirror Universe episode, "The Emperor's New Cloak", is dedicated to Bixby's memory.


Jerome Bixby's last work, a screenplay The Man from Earth, was conceived in the early 1960s and completed on his deathbed in April 1998. In 2007 it was turned into an independent motion picture executive produced by his son Emerson Bixby, directed by Richard Schenkman and starring David Lee Smith, william Katt, Richard Riehle, Tony Todd, Annika Peterson, Alexis Thorpe, Ellen Crawford and John Billingsley.


His best-known television works include two original Star Trek episodes: 1967's "Mirror, Mirror", which introduced the franchise's concept of the "Mirror Universe"; and 1969's "Requiem for Methuselah", about "Flint", a 6,000-year-old man. But his short story "It's a Good Life" (1953), adapted as a teleplay for The Twilight Zone by Rod Serling, is arguably his most generally known work to reach the small screen. It was popular enough to be revisited in the 1983 Twilight Zone film, and famous enough to be parodied in the Simpsons Halloween 1991 episode "Treehouse of Horror II". His 1968 Star Trek episode "Day of the Dove" is also much respected by fans of science fiction. Bixby also conceived and co-wrote the story for the 1966 film Fantastic Voyage, Bantam Books obtained the rights for a paperback novelization based on the screenplay and approached Isaac Asimov to write it.