Marshall Brickman Biography


Marshall Brickman Biography

Date of Birth: August 25, 1941 (74)
Birth Place: Rio de Janeiro, BRAZIL
Gender: Male

Films: (author or co-author) Sleeper, Annie Hall (AA), Manhattan, Manhattan Murder Mystery; (writer/director) Simon, Lovesick, The Manhattan Project, Sister Mary Explains it All. Television: The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson (head writer), The Dick Cavett ABC late night show (head writer/co-producer). Mr. Brickman entered show business as a musician, first as a member of the folk group the Tarriers and then, along with John and Michelle Phillips, as one of the New Journeymen, which re-emerged a year later (Brickman having moved onto saner pursuits) as The Mamas and the Papas. Brickman’s recording (with Eric Weissberg) of the soundtrack of Deliverance, recorded in 1963, achieved gold status twice and remains a healthy seller around the world forty years later. Mr. Brickman has published in The New York Times, The New Yorker, Playboy, and other periodicals.

Marshall Brickman Awards and Nominations

(winners are in red)

Olivier Awards - 2009 - Best New Musical
Marshall Brickman, Jersey Boys
Tony Awards - 2006 - Best Book of a Musical
Marshall Brickman, Jersey Boys


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