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....
Los Angeles, California, USA
|Naked Hollywood||1991 1990 - 1991||Actor||Himself||19917|
|Street of Dreams||Co-Executive Producer||n/a||1|
|Cheaper to Keep Her||1979||Screenplay||n/a||1|
|My Stepmother Is An Alien||1988||Screenplay||n/a||1|
|Street of Dreams||Book as Source Material||("Good Night and Good Bye")||1|
|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)|
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