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Ira Levin

Ira Levin: Ira Levin @ AlphaRalpha Ira Levin, born New York City 27 Aug 1929, son of Charles Levin and Beatrice Schlansky, married Gabrielle Aronsohn 20 Aug 1960 (divorced 1968), children: Adam, Jared, Nicholas; married Phyllis Finkel 26 Aug 1979 (divorced 1982); novels: * A Kiss Before Dying [New York: Simon & Schuster, 1953] * Rosemary's Baby [Random House, 1967; Dell] {film hotlink to be done} * This Perfect Day [Random House, 1970; Crest] * The Stepford Wives, 1972 [Random House, 1972; Crest] {film hotlink to be done} * The Boys from Brazil, 1976 {film hotlink to be done} Plays: * No Time for Sergeants, 1955 {film hotlink to be done} * Interlock, 1958 * Critic's Choice, 1960 * General Seeger, 1962 * Drat! The Cat, 1965 * Dr. Cook's Garden, 1967 * Veronica's Room, 1973 * Deathtrap, 1978, {film hotlink to be done} * Break A Leg, 1979 A.B. 1950 New York University; freelance writer 1950-present; Served 1953-55 U.S. Army; Edgar Allan Poe Awards 1954 and 1980. In the Periodic Table of the Elements, "Li" stands for Lithium. In the Periodic Table of the Mystery Authors, "Li" stands for Ira Levin! Return to Mystery/Detective Table of Contents Return to PERIODIC TABLE OF MYSTERY AUTHORS [Grateful acknowledgment to Professor Erich Friedman for his permission for me to use the table structure and color GIFs of the Periodic Table, above, whose Mystery Author roll-over status names and correlation of Element Abbreviations with Mystery Author names are not the fault of Professor Erich Friedman but purely the work of Professor Jonathan Vos Post] Periodic Table of the Mathematicians