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Michael Crichton

Michael CrichtonAKA John Michael Crichton

Born: 23-Oct-1942
Birthplace: Chicago, IL
Died: 4-Nov-2008
Location of death: Los Angeles, CA
Cause of death: Cancer - unspecified

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Novelist, Film Director

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Jurassic Park

Wife: Joan Radam (m. 1965, div. 1970)
Wife: Kathy St. Johns (m. 1978, div. 1980)
Wife: Suzanne Childs (m. 1981, div.)
Wife: Anne-Marie Martin (actress, m. 1987, div. 2002, one daughter)
Daughter: Taylor Anne (b. 1989)
Wife: Sherri Alexander (m. 2005)

    High School: Roslyn High School, Roslyn, NY
    University: Harvard University
    Medical School: Harvard Medical School (1969)

    The Harvard Crimson
    Academy of Achievement Patron
    International Leadership Forum Fellow
    Phi Beta Kappa Society
    Exorcism 1986
    Edgar Allan Poe Award 1980 for The Great Train Robbery (motion picture)
    Global Warming Skeptics

    FILMOGRAPHY AS DIRECTOR
    Physical Evidence (27-Jan-1989)
    Runaway (14-Dec-1984)
    Looker (30-Oct-1981)
    The First Great Train Robbery (2-Feb-1979)
    Coma (6-Jan-1978)
    Westworld (21-Nov-1973)
    Pursuit (12-Dec-1972)

Author of books:
The Andromeda Strain (1969, novel)
Five Patients (1970, nonfiction)
The Terminal Man (1972, novel)
The Great Train Robbery (1975, novel)
Eaters of the Dead (1976, novel)
Jasper Johns (1977, biography)
Congo (1980, novel)
Electronic Life (1983, nonfiction)
Sphere (1987, novel)
Travels (1988, essays)
Jurassic Park (1990, novel)
Rising Sun (1992, novel)
Disclosure (1994, novel)
The Lost World (1995, novel)
Airframe (1996, novel)
Timeline (1999, novel)
Prey (2002, novel)
State of Fear (2004, novel)
Next (2006, novel)


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