Daniel Taradash was an American screenwriter.
|Born:||Jan 29, 1913, Louisville, Kentucky|
|Died:||Feb 22, 2003, Los Angeles, California|
|Spouse(s):||Madeleine Forbes (1945–2003)|
|Awards:||Academy Award for Best Adapted Screenplay, 1953 From Here to Eternity|
|IMDb:||Daniel Taradash's IMDb|
About Daniel Taradash
Award-winning screenwriter who became famous for his various films, including Bogie (1980), a film about Humphrey Bogart.
He graduated from Harvard University with a Law degree before pursuing entertainment.
He won the Academy Award for Best Adapted Screenplay for his work on the film From Here to Eternity.
He was raised in Miami and Chicago, but born in Louisville.
He wrote the film Bogie, a work about prolific actor, Humphrey Bogart.
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