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Gay Talese (Non-Fiction Author) - Age, Birthday, Bio, Facts, Family, Net Worth, Height & More

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Gay Talese is an American writer. As a reporter for the New York Times and Esquire magazine in the 1960s, Talese helped define contemporary literary journalism. Talese's most famous articles relate to Joe DiMaggio and Frank Sinatra.

Born February 7, 1932, Ocean City, New Jersey, U.S.
Alma mater University of Alabama
Occupation Writer
Years active 1961–present

About Gay Talese

Author for The New York Times and Esquire Magazine in the United States. Articles about singer Frank Sinatra and baseball player Joe DiMaggio are among his most famous literary journalism pieces.

Gay Talese before fame

While at the University of Alabama, he was a member of the Phi Sigma Kappa fraternity.

Achievement of Gay Talese

In the song"Communication," by Pete Townshend, he is mentioned.

Gay Talese family life

He was born into an Italian-American family in New Jersey. Nan, his wife, and he had two daughters together.

Associations of Gay Talese

His essay"Frank Sinatra Has a Cold," published in Esquire in 1966, became one of the most significant American magazine stories of all time, inspiring a new generation of journalists.

Top Facts You Did Not Know About Gay Talese

Memo from organized crime. Writers of the New York Times. Alabama Alumni

Latest information about Gay Talese updated on September 04 2021.

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