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William Goldman
Biography
William Goldman, screenwriter, prior to Dreamcatcher, adapted the Stephen King books Hearts in Atlantis and Misery for Castle Rock Entertainment.

Goldman won Academy Awards® for his adaptation of the incisive political expose, All the President's Men, and for his original script, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. Both screenplays also earned him Writers Guild Awards. Other honors include Lifetime Achievement Awards from the WGA and from the National Board of Review of Motion Pictures. Goldman has been an author for forty-five years.

Since his first novel, The Temple of Gold, he has written more than two dozen books, both fiction and nonfiction.

Author biography courtesy of Newmarket Press.

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Chronology
*The Temple of Gold, 1957
*Soldier in the Rain, 1960
*Blood Sweat and Stanley Poole, 1961
*Boys and Girls Together, 1964
*No Way to Treat a Lady, 1964
*The Season: A Candid Look at Broadway, 1969
*The Princess Bride, 1973
*Wigger (juvenile), 1974
*Marathon Man, 1975
*Magic, 1976
*Tinsel, 1979
*Control, 1982
*The Silent Gondoliers, 1983
*Adventures in the Screen Trade, 1983
*The Color of Light, 1984
*Heat, 1985
*Wait till Next Year (coauthor), 1988
*Hype and Glory, 1990
*William Goldman: Four Screenplays with Essays, 1994
*William Goldman: Five Screenplays with Essays, 1996
*The Big Picture: Who Killed Hollywood? and Other Essays, 1999
*Which Lie Did I Tell?: More Adventures in the Screen Trade, 2000