Sidney Coe Howard is an American playwright, playwright, and screenwriter. He received a Pulitzer Prize for theater in 1925 and an Oscar in 1940 for screenplay Gone with the Wind.
|Born||Sidney Coe Howard, June 26, 1891, Oakland, California, USA|
|Died||August 23, 1939 (aged 48), Tyringham, Massachusetts, USA|
|Occupation||Playwright, dramatist, screenwriter|
|Notable awards||Pulitzer Prize for Drama (1925)|
|Spouse||Clare Eames (1922-1930), Polly Damrosch (1931-1939)|
|IMDb||Sidney Howard's IMDb|
Academy Award-winning screenwriter for the classic film Gone with the Wind.
He served in France and the Balkans during World War I, as a part of the American Field Service.
He won the Pulitzer Prize for Drama in 1925 for his play They Knew What They Wanted.
He married actress Clare Eames in 1922.
He was nominated for an Academy Award for his adaptation of the Sinclair Lewis novel Arrowsmith in 1932.
- American people in World War I
- The Pulitzer Prize for a Drama Award winner
- Winner of the award for best adapted screenplay
- Writers of Oakland, California
Latest information about Sidney Howard updated on June 11 2021.