Donald Ogden Stewart Net Worth

Donald Ogden Stewart Net Worth is
$1.6 Million

Donald Ogden Stewart Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Donald Ogden Stewart was born on November 30, 1894 in Columbus, Ohio, USA. He was a writer and actor, known for The Philadelphia Story (1940), Holiday (1938) and Life with Father (1947). He was married to Ella Winter and Beatrice Ames. He died on August 2, 1980 in London, England.
IMDB Wikipedia

Date Of BirthNovember 30, 1894
Place Of BirthColumbus, Ohio, USA
Height6' 1" (1.85 m)
ProfessionWriter, Actor
SpouseBeatrice Ames
Star SignSagittarius
Brown of Harvard (1926)$250 /week
1I got terribly interested in being a good screenwriter and worked terribly hard at it. The competition was terribly hard - you couldn't make mistakes because there were other writers waiting to step in and fix your script up the way you were fixing somebody else's. One of the first things you had to learn was not to let them break your heart because if you really put yourself into a script and began creating and cared terribly about it, then the producer, director, and the star would go to work on it, and they could break your heart with what they would do to something you were very proud of.
2I don't think David Selznick was in a class with Irving Thalberg. He was the kind of producer who would shoot everything and then really begin making the picture in the cutting room... quite an expensive process, but with David it seemed to work.
1Was a frequent guest of William Randolph Hearst and Marion Davies at San Simeon.
2Was proudest of his work in "Keeper of the Flame.".
3Acted in the film "Not So Dumb" starring friend Marion Davies and directed by King Vidor.
4Noted for his satirical observations of American high society, best exemplified by "The Philadelphia Story".
5Began writing after failing to make the grade as a stockbroker.
6Graduated from Yale University.
7The son of a judge.
8Is portrayed by David Gow in Mrs. Parker and the Vicious Circle (1994).
9Trapped abroad (UK) when US State Dept refused to renew his regular passport. Considered a threat to US security.
10Emigrated to England in 1951, to avoid consequences of the black-list. He lived there until his death.
11Black-listed for Communism in 1950.
12Sons, Ames Ogden Stewart, Donald.


Robert Benchley and the Knights of the Algonquin1998Video
Love Affair19941939 screenplay
Dinner at Eight1989TV Movie additional dialogue
Thursday Theatre1965TV Series original author - 1 episode
Malaga1960screenplay - originally uncredited
ITV Television Playhouse1958TV Series adapted by - 1 episode
ITV Play of the Week1958TV Series original author - 1 episode
An Affair to Remember1957screenplay - originally uncredited
Escapade1955screenplay - originally as Gilbert Holland
The Prisoner of Zenda1952additional dialogue - originally uncredited
Europe '511952uncredited
Edward, My Son1949writer
Cass Timberlane1947adaptation
Life with Father1947screen play
Without Love1945
Forever and a Day1943writer
Keeper of the Flame1942screenplay
Tales of Manhattan1942original story and screenplay
Smilin' Through1941screen play
A Woman's Face1941screen play
That Uncertain Feeling1941screenplay
Kitty Foyle1940additional dialogue
The Philadelphia Story1940screen play
The Night of Nights1939original screenplay
The Women1939uncredited
Love Affair1939screen play
Marie Antoinette1938screen play
The Prisoner of Zenda1937additional dialogue
No More Ladies1935screen play
Reckless1935contributing writer - uncredited
The Barretts of Wimpole Street1934screen play
Manhattan Melodrama1934uncredited
Going Hollywood1933screen play
Dinner at Eight1933additional dialogue
Another Language1933writer
The White Sister1933screen play
Red Dust1932additional writer - uncredited
Smilin' Through1932dialogue
Tarnished Lady1931screenplay / story "New York Lady"
Finn and Hattie1931novel "Mr and Mrs Haddock Abroad"
Humorous Flights1929Short uncredited
Traffic Regulations1929Short uncredited
Brown of Harvard1926adaptation


No More Ladies1935Drunk (uncredited)
The White Sister1933Rear End of a Horse (uncredited)
Not So Dumb1930Van Dyke
Night Club1929/IShort unconfirmed


That's Entertainment, Part II1976Documentary acknowledgment: the non-musical sequences represent outstanding contributions by


Humorous Flights1929ShortHimself, Donald Ogden Stewart
Traffic Regulations1929ShortHimself

Archive Footage

Robert Benchley and the Knights of the Algonquin1998Video

Won Awards

1990Laurel Award for Screen Writing AchievementWriters Guild of America, USA
1941OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Writing, ScreenplayThe Philadelphia Story (1940)

Nominated Awards

1931OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Writing, Original StoryLaughter (1930)

Known for movies

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