Prolific Russian-American writer of science fiction works, like the Base series, The Automatic robot series, The Bicentennial Guy, and I, Automatic robot. He is regarded area of the Golden Age group of Research Fiction. He became enthused with research fiction novels being a guy, although his dad considered them garbage. He examined zoology and chemistry through Columbia University’s expansion program and finally received his Ph.D. in biochemistry. His level allowed him to protected a position in the medical faculty at Boston School. He gained the 1957 Thomas Alva Edison Base Prize for his function, Building Blocks from the World. He was created in Russia to a Jewish family members; he and his parents immigrated to america when he was a guy. He wedded Gertrude Blugerman in 1942 and wed Janet Jeppson fourteen days after his 1973 divorce from Blugerman. Can Smith starred in the film version of Asimov’s research fiction book, I, Robot.