Pottsville, Pennsylvania, USA
|He Married His Wife||Screenwriter||n/a||1|
|I Was an Adventuress||Screenwriter||n/a||1|
|The General Died at Dawn||1935||Actor||n/a||19357|
|Ten North Frederick||1958||Source Material (from novel)||n/a||1|
|Pal Joey||1957||Source Material (from novel)||n/a||1|
|The Turning Point of Jim Malloy||From Story||("The Doctor's Son")||1|
|Natica Jackson||1988 1987 - 1988||From Story||("Natica Jackson")||1|
|A Rage to Live||1964||Source Material (from novel)||n/a||1|
|From the Terrace||1960||Source Material (from novel)||n/a||1|
|The Best Things in Life Are Free||1956||From Story||n/a||1|
|Butterfield 8||1960||Source Material (from novel)||n/a||1|
|Put under contract as a screenwriter by Paramount (date approximate)|
|Published first novel "Appointment at Samarra"|
|Wrote novel "Pal Joey"|
|Worked as a staff reporter for Time|
|Penned libretto for stage musical version of "Pal Joey" with score by Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart|
|Became a press agent for Warner Bros.|
|Appeared in the film "The General Died at Dawn" as a reporter|
|Began career as a journalist for the Pottsville Journal in Pottsville, Pennsylvania|
|Wrote novel "Ten North Frederick"|
|Moved to Chicago; worked various jobs|
|Settled in NYC; worked as a journalist, columnist and critic for various newspapers; occasionally wrote under the pseudonym Franey Delaney|
|Katherine Elizabeth O'Hara||Mother|
|Katherine Bryan||Wife||Married from January 31, 1955 until his death 1970|
|Patrick O'Hara||Father||died suddenly when O'Hara was still a teenager|
|Wylie O'Hara||Daughter||mother, Belle Mulford Wylie|
|Helen Petit||Wife||married in 1931; divorced in 1933|
|Belle Wylie||Wife||Married from December 3, 1937 until her death in January 1954|
|Niagara Prepatory School|
|Raised Roman Catholic|
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