Vera Caspary Net Worth

Vera Caspary Net Worth is
$900,000

Vera Caspary Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Vera Louise Caspary (November 13, 1899 – June 13, 1987) was an American writer of novels, plays, screenplays, and short stories. Her best-known novel, Laura, was made into a highly successful movie. Though she claimed she was not a "real" mystery writer, her novels effectively merged women's quest for identity and love with murder plots. Independence is the key to her protagonists, with her novels revolving around women who are menaced, but who turn out to be neither victimized nor rescued damsels.Following her father's death, the income from Caspary's writing was at times only just sufficient to support both herself and her mother, and during the Great Depression she became interested in Socialist causes. Caspary joined the Communist party under an alias, but not being totally committed and at odds with its code of secrecy, she claimed to have confined her activities to fund-raising and hosting meetings. Caspary visited Russia in an attempt to confirm her beliefs, but nonetheless became disillusioned and wished to resign from the Party, although she continued to contribute money and support similar causes. She eventually married her lover and writing collaborator of six years, Isidor "Igee" Goldsmith; but despite this being a successful partnership, her Communist connections would later lead to her being "graylisted", temporarily yet significantly affecting their offers of work and income. The couple split their time between Hollywood and Europe until Igee's death in 1964, after which Caspary remained in New York where she would write a further eight books.

Date Of BirthNovember 13, 1899, Chicago, Illinois, United States
DiedJune 13, 1987, New York City, New York, United States
Place Of BirthChicago, Illinois, USA
Height5' 1" (1.55 m)
ProfessionWriter
SpouseIsadore Goldsmith (m. 1948–1964)
ParentsPaul Caspary, Julia Caspary
MoviesLaura, A Letter to Three Wives, The Blue Gardenia
Star SignScorpio
#Fact
1Published eighteen novels, and wrote four stage plays and ten screenplays. She was best known for her murder mysteries. The most famous of these, Laura (1944), was successfully filmed. She also wrote the story for the musical Les Girls (1957), which was voted best-written American musical by the screenwriters branch of the Writer's Guild of America.
2Left school at eighteen to write advertising copy for a mail-order business.
3Her father worked as a buyer for a department store.

Writer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
A Letter to Three Wives1985TV Movie adaptation
Laura1968/ITV Movie novel
Laura1962TV Movie novel
Bachelor in Paradise1961story
Les Girls1957story
The 20th Century-Fox Hour1955TV Series novel "Laura" - 1 episode
Give a Girl a Break1953story
The Blue Gardenia1953story
I Can Get It for You Wholesale1951adaptation
Three Husbands1950screenplay / story
A Letter to Three Wives1949adaptation
Out of the Blue1947screenplay / story
Bedelia1946novel / screenplay
Claudia and David1946adaptation
Laura1944novel
Lady Bodyguard1943story
Lady from Louisiana1941screenplay
Sing, Dance, Plenty Hot1940story
Service de Luxe1938story
Scandal Street1938story "Suburb"
Easy Living1937based on a story by
Hooray for Love1935contributor to treatment - uncredited
I'll Love You Always1935screenplay
Such Women Are Dangerous1934contributing writer - uncredited / story "Odd Thursday"
Private Scandal1934story "In Conference"
The Night of June 131932story "Suburbs"
Working Girls1931play "Blind Mice"

Won Awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovie
1950WGA Award (Screen)Writers Guild of America, USABest Written American ComedyA Letter to Three Wives (1949)

Known for movies

Source
IMDB Wikipedia

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