Bruce Feirstein Biography (1956-)



Born April 24, 1956, in Newark, NJ; son of George (a textile executive) and Helen (a teacher; maiden name, Landsman) Feirstein; married Madeline Ruth Warren, December 27, 1987. Career: Screenwriter and producer. Carl Ally, Inc., New York City, advertising copywriter, 1975-76; Scali, McCabe Sloves, Inc., New York City, advertising copywriter, 1976-78, Ammirati & Puris, Inc., New York City, advertising copywriter, 1978-79; Spy magazine, contributing editor, 1988-91; Vanity Fair magazine, contributing editor, 1993--; New York Times editorial page, contributing writer, 1993-94. Awards, Honors: Clio Awards, 1976-78, for advertising creativity; Playboy Best Humor Award, 1982, for "What Do You Wear for a Nuclear Meltdown"; U.S. Film Festival Award, best short film, for Home, c. 1990; CableACE Award nomination, for The Best Legs in the Eighth Grade; three Golden Pencils. Addresses: Agent: Agency for the Performing Arts, Inc., 9000 Sunset Blvd., 12th floor, Los Angeles, CA 90069.

Nationality
American
Gender
Male
Occupation
Screenwriter, producer
Birth Details
April 24, 1956
Newark, New Jersey, United States

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