A bestselling writer and screenwriter, he’s well-known for the 1970 book, Love Story, that was adapted right into a strike film of the same name. He’s also known for his screenplay for the Beatles’ 1968 film, Yellowish Submarine. He was raised in Brooklyn, NY, and later on received his undergraduate and graduate levels from Harvard. He released his first educational function, Roman Laughter: The Humor of Plautus, in 1970. He was teacher of Greek and Latin books at Harvard University or college, Yale University or college, and Princeton University or college. He was the child of a fresh York rabbi. He previously two daughters along with his wife, Karen Wayne. He wrote Like Tale, the film edition which starred Ali MacGraw.