Oscar-winning screenwriter and probably the most well-known person in the Hollywood 10, who were 10 directors and screenwriters who refused to testify prior to the Home Un-American Actions Committee in 1947. He notably composed the classic movies Roman Vacation, Spartacus, and Exodus. He proved helpful being a cub reporter in senior high school, and in university decided to turn into a article writer. He was among the highest paid screenwriters during WW II, even though officially blacklisted continuing to operate, earning Oscars under a pseudonym. He was created and raised along with his two sisters in Grand Junction, Colorado. He wedded Cleo Beth Fincher and acquired three children called Christopher, Mitzi and Nikola. Lillian Hellman was another talented Hollywood screenwriter blacklisted on her behalf association with politics.