A successful American screenwriter of comedies, often remakes, always in collaboration with Herschel Weingrod, Harris and his partner have generally met with commercial approval for their efforts (e....
|Turner and Hooch||Screenwriter||n/a||7|
|Naked Hollywood (1990-1991)||Actor||Himself||1990||1|
|Street of Dreams (1987-1988)||Co-Executive Producer||n/a||1987||3000006|
|Cheaper to Keep Her||Screenplay||n/a||4000005|
|My Stepmother Is An Alien||Screenplay||n/a||4000006|
|Street of Dreams (1987-1988)||Book as Source Material||("Good Night and Good Bye")||1987||4000006|
|First novel published, "Kronski/McSmash"|
|Appeared in TV documentary mini-series "Naked Hollywood"|
|Met Herschel Weingrod in the United States after they both completed their studies in England|
|First screenplay filmed, "Cheaper to Keep Her" (co-written with Weingrod)|
|Received first TV credit as co-executive producer (with Weingrod) of "Street of Dreams", based on his novel "Goodnight and Goodbye"|
Harris is also the author of several novels detailing the exploits of detective Thomas Kyd, one of which was adapted for TV as "Street of Dreams" (1988).
|Peterhouse College, University of Cambridge|
|St Julien's School|
|Also wrote novelizations of the films "Steelyard Blues", "Hit", "Heatwave", and "American Gigolo".|
|Received BAFTA nomination for Best Original Screenplay for "Trading Places" (1983)|
From classic movie palaces to the state-of-the-art IMAX screens.