Co-produces "I'll Eat You Last: A Chat with Sue Mengers"
Co-produces "His Way"
Co-produces "The Kid Stays in the Picture"
Leaves the Observer for Vanity Fair
Leaves Spy for The New York Observer
Founds Spy with Kurt Andersen
Takes staff writer position at Life
Joins the staff of Time
Co-founds The Canadian Review
Though he transformed The Canadian Review into a mainstream magazine, the publication was bankrupt shortly after his departure and left him in $50,000 in debt.
Co-owns two popular New York restaurants, the Waverly Inn and the Monkey Bar.
Jeff Bridges played a character loosely based upon Carter in the 2008 film "How to Lose Friends and Alienate People," based on the memoir of the same name by Toby Young.
Has acted in two films: "Alfie" (2004) and "Arbitage" (2012).
Between his writing stint at Time and co-founding Spy, Carter worked as a staff writer at Life.
With former Spy co-founder Kurt Andersen and contributing writer George Kalogerakis, he edited Spy: The Funny Years, a compilation of its best material, in 2006.
Produced the play "I'll Eat You Last: A Chat with Sue Mengers" in 2013.
A 2013 feature in the New York Times detailed the public feud between many major stars, including Gwyneth Paltrow and Katie Holmes, over Carter's decision to take a harder edge on Vanity Fair's celebrity coverage.