Gore Vidal Net Worth

Gore Vidal Net Worth is
$30 Million

Gore Vidal Bio/Wiki 2017

American author, playwright, essayist, screenwriter, and political activist, Gore Vidal, has an estimated net worth of $12 million. The grandson of Oklahoma senator Thomas P. Gore, the controversial writer led a privileged, sheltered childhood. Often tiring of the expensive creature comforts encircling him, Vidal spent much of his spare time in the movies. In his 1968 novel Myra Breckenridge, Vidal were able to weave both his undying passion for movies and his fascination with same sex relationships inside the framework of an excessive storyline. Thanks to his erudite TV talk-show appearances in the 1960s and 1970s, Vidal has joined that special fraternity generally known as the star novelist. He has played in three films, playing himself in Fellini’s Roma (1972) and extensions of himself in Bob Roberts (1993) and With Honors (1994). In 1997, he starred in the futuristic fantasy Gattaca. Remaining an indefatigable writer and essayist to the 1990s, Vidal has reiterated his love affair with films on several occasions, notably in his 1992 volume Screening History and as contributor to Past Imperfect (1995), a novel about Hollywood’s slant on historical facts.

Gore Vidal Net Worth $12 Million

Llike his grandpa, Thomas Gore (a Democratic Politian), Vidal is classed as a dominant political figure. In 1960, Vidal was an unsuccessful Democratic candidate for Congress, losing an election New York’s 29th congressional district. Yet Vidal went to turned into one the chairmen of the People’s Party from 1970-1972. Additionally, he campaigned against Jerry Brown for the Democratic primary election to the United States Senate from California.

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Quick Facts

Full NameGore Vidal
Net Worth$12 million
Date Of BirthOctober 3, 1925
DiedJuly 31, 2012, Hollywood Hills, Los Angeles, California, United States
ProfessionJournalist, Screenwriter, Politician, Author, Novelist, Playwright, Actor, Essayist
EducationPhillips Exeter Academy, Sidwell Friends School
NationalityAmerican, Mexican
ChildrenJuan Domingo Beckmann
ParentsEugene Luther Vidal, Nina S. Gore
SiblingsNina Auchincloss Straight, Vance Vidal, Valerie Vidal, Thomas Gore Auchincloss
AwardsNational Book Award for Nonfiction, Edgar Award for Best Television Episode Teleplay, National Book Critics Circle Award for Criticism, Ambassador Book Award for American Arts and Letters
NominationsTony Award for Best Play, National Book Award for Fiction, Nebula Award for Best Novel, Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Writing for a Limited Series, Movie, or Dramatic Special, Writers Guild of America Award for Best Written Drama, Lambda Literary Award for Gay Men's Biography/Autobiography, Locus Award for Best Novel, National Book Award for Arts and Letters (Nonfiction)
MoviesCaligula, Suddenly, Last Summer, Gattaca, Ben-Hur, Bob Roberts, The Catered Affair, The Best Man, The Scapegoat, With Honors, Trailer for a Remake of Gore Vidal's Caligula, Is Paris Burning?, Shrink, Why We Fight, One Bright Shining Moment: The Forgotten Summer of George McGovern, The Left Handed Gun, Last of the Mobile Hot Shots, Shadow Conspiracy, The Palermo Connection, Myra Breckinridge, Murder, Spies, & Voting Lies, Ritual in Transfigured Time, Obscene


Interesting Facts

#Fact
1Had four Goddaughters Elinor Newman born April 8th 1959 Melissa Newman born September 27th 1961 Claire Newman born April 21st 1965 Eva Amurri born March 15th 1985.
2Gore's paternal grandfather, Felix Luther Vidal, was born in Wisconsin, to an Austrian immigrant father, Eugen Fidel Vidal, of Romansh heritage, and a Swiss immigrant mother, Emma de Traxler Hartmann, of Swiss-German descent. Gore's other ancestry was German, Scottish, English, Scots-Irish (Northern Irish), and Irish.
3A 1995 BBC documentary on him, Omnibus: Gore Vidal's Gore Vidal Part 1 (1995), features The Night of the Generals (1967) among a montage of posters for films he is known to have contributed to as a writer, although, as with Ben-Hur (1959), he is not credited.
4When asked what his favorite film was, he would usually facetiously name an obscure Lana Turner film from 1944, "Marriage Is A Private Affair", which was also a favorite of his fictitious character Myra Breckinridge. The reason for this was that Vidal knew that Tennessee Williams, a friend of his, had, as an unknown and impoverished writer, contributed some additional dialogue to the film without credit. Williams was always embarrassed whenever anyone mentioned the film.
5He met his long-term partner Howard Austen in 1950. They were together until Austen's death in November 2003.
6In 1936, as a 10-year-old, he appeared in a Pathé Newsreel landing his father's light aircraft.
7Lived in Hollywood Hills, California.
8In the early 1970s, a Washington, D.C. television station named the host of their weekly horror movie slot Gore Dival.
9When asked why he was running for governor of California against incumbent governor Jerry Brown, he replied that "the chance to compete against a Zen space cadet is too good to pass up.".
10Gore is his mother's maiden surname.
11Uncle of Eric Vidal.
12In 1976, he accepted the Oscar for best writing-original screenplay on behalf of Frank Pierson, who wasn't present at the Academy Awards ceremony.
13Had diabetes.
14Was nominated for Broadway's 1960 Tony Award as author of Best Play for "The Best Man".
15Was upset with the choice of Jerry Lewis as the lead in the movie version of Visit to a Small Planet (1960).
16Was briefly engaged to Joanne Woodward, who broke the engagement to pledge herself to eventual husband Paul Newman. The new couple, who remained friends with Vidal, briefly lived with him in a house in Los Angeles.
17Is uncredited as a screenwriter on Ben-Hur (1959), although producer Sam Zimbalist had promised Vidal and Christopher Fry, who worked on the script independently from Vidal, screen credit. Karl Tunberg, who wrote the original screenplay before many rewrites by Vidal and Fry produced the final shooting script, claimed the credit. Zimbalist died before the movie ended, and thus could not testify at the Writers Guild arbitration hearing. Tunberg won the credit, but failed to win the Oscar. The film had been nominated for 12 Oscars, and won a record 11, a record that has since been tied. The movie's sole loss was for best writing-screenplay based on material from another medium. The loss is usually attributed to the fallout over the credit dispute, which Vidal made widely known.
18Biography/bibliography in: "Contemporary Authors". New Revision Series, Vol. 132, pp. 395-409. Farmington Hills, MI: Thomson Gale, 2005.
19Uncle of Burr Steers, who is related on his mother's side to Thomas Jefferson's infamous vice president Aaron Burr, the subject of Vidal's best-selling novel "Burr" in 1973.
20Won a National Book Award (1993) for his non-fiction collection "United States: Essays, 1952-1992".
21Shared a stepfather with the late Jacqueline Kennedy when her mother Janet Norton lee married his former stepfather, Hugh D. Auchinclos.
22He has been cited as a relative of Tennessee senator and Vice President Al Gore ("Gore" was Gore Vidal's mother's maiden name). However, Gore Vidal and Al Gore share no common "Gore" ancestors going back to at least the early 1700s.
23His father helped start three different airlines.
24Founded U.S. Peace Party with Benjamin Spock.
25Grandfather Thomas Pryor Gore helped create the state of Oklahoma and was first senator elected to represent the state.
26Born at 10:00am-EST
27Wrote under the pseudonyms or Edgar Box, Katherine Everard and Cameron Kay.
28Unsold script: Wrote the script for a TV movie, "The Magical Monarch of Mo", based on the novel by L. Frank Baum, which was to star Groucho Marx in the title role. [1960]


Quotes

#Quote
1I'm all for bringing back the birch, but only between consulting adults.
2What matters finally is not the world's judgment of oneself but one's own judgment of the world. Any writer who lacks this final arrogance will not survive very long, especially in America.
3When you get to a certain age, a juicy lawsuit is sometimes the only thing that gets you up in the morning.
4[observation, 1973] The bad movies we made twenty years ago are now regarded in altogether too many circles as important aspects of what the new illiterates want to believe is the only significant art form of the twentieth century. An entire generation has been brought up to admire the product of that era. Like so many dinosaur droppings, the old Hollywood films have petrified into something rich, strange, numinous-golden. For any survivor of the Writers' Table, it is astonishing to find young directors like Bertolucci, Bogdanovich, Truffaut reverently repeating or echoing or paying homage to the sort of kitsch we created first time round..
5[ on his role at a christening] Always a godfather, never a god.
6[on Ronald Reagan] A triumph of the embalmer's art.
7[on William F. Buckley] Looks and sounds not unlike Hitler, but without the charm.
8It's easy to sustain a relationship when sex plays no part and impossible, I have observed, when it does.
9Every time a friend succeeds, I die a little.
10(On Anita Bryant) As to Anita's fear that she'll be assassinated? The only people who might shoot Anita Bryant are music lovers.
11(When asked by interviewer David Frost if his first sexual experience was heterosexual or homosexual) I was too polite to ask.
12[on writer Carson McCullers] Of all our Southern writers, Carson McCullers is the one most likely to endure.
13Those presidential ninnies should stick to throwing out baseballs and leave the important matters to serious people.
14[on Truman Capote] Capote should be heard, not read.
15[commenting on the giant Jerusalem set for Ben-Hur (1959)] This Jerusalem is the Jerusalem of Jesus Christ. He could move through the city and feel that He was absolutely at home. He would know where to go to order a pizza.
16The George W. Bush people have virtually got rid of Magna Carta and habeas corpus. In a normal republic I would probably have raised an army and overthrown them. It will take a hundred years to put it all back.
17[on Hillary Clinton's 2008 Democratic Party nomination campaign] I think her strategy is more or less insane. I'd always rather liked her. She's a perfectly able lawyer . . . But this long campaign, this daily search for the grail, has driven her crazy.
18[on Barack Obama's 2008 Democratic Party nomination campaign] I liked the idea of him, but he never managed to get my interest. I was brought around by his overall intelligence - specifically when he did his speech on race and religion. He's our best demagogue since Huey Long or Martin Luther King.
19I never believed in John F. Kennedy's charisma. He was one of our worst presidents. Robert F. Kennedy was a phony, a little Torquemada and their father [Joseph P. Kennedy] was a crook--should have been in jail.
20But John F. Kennedy had great charm. So has Barack Obama. He's better educated than Jack. And he's been a working senator. Jack never went to the office - he wanted the presidency and his father bought it for him.
21[on John McCain's 2008 Republican presidential campaign] Anyone could beat McCain! I've never met anyone in America who has the slightest respect for him. He went to a private school and came bottom of his class. He smashed up his aeroplane and became a prisoner of war, which he is trying to parlay into "war hero". He's a goddamned fool. He was on television talking about mortgages, and it was quite clear he does not know what a mortgage is. His head rattles as he walks.
22Shit has its own integrity.
23Whenever a friend succeeds, a little something in me dies.
24The best thing about being Anglophone is that you have two countries.
25[on post-WW2 America, from 1945-1950] For the first time, the US was not involved in a war. The Depression was over. Suddenly, there were 13 million of us who'd served in the military and were home. There was a cultural burst that Americans had never known before: we became number one for things like ballet. We had dozens of first-rate poets, several not so bad novelists, wonderful music, Leonard Bernstein and Aaron Copland. It was a great moment, and it lasted for five years. Then the Korean War came, and we've never stopped being at war since.
26[on working in Hollywood in the 1950s] We did too much. Someone would ring up and say, "We've got a bar, a bedroom and a kind of ballroom. We've got Paul Newman and Vincent J. Donehue is going to direct. Can you think of a play?" In three or four days you'd write something to fit the sets and the cast.
27My father was asked, "How do you explain Gore's courage?" "Courage about what?" replied my father. "It's not courageous if you don't care what people think of you." He had my number. Of course, one does care, but which kind of people is the question.
28William Faulkner told me not to fall into the trap F. Scott Fitzgerald did. He thought you could make something out of a movie. You can't. Go, get the money, go home, write your books.
29My grandmother would say, "If it's in the newspapers, it's just not true." That was our automatic take.
30[on his 53-year relationship with Howard Austen] It is very easy to sustain a relationship when sex plays no part, and impossible when it does.
31I remember Grandfather, Senator T. P. Gore, always said, "This whole country is based on only one thing: due process of law, involving Habeas Corpus." The only good thing England gave us was Magna Carta, which he regarded as sacred.
32[on America during the George W. Bush years] Never have so many things gone so wrong all at once. Saboteurs and thieves have been in charge of every part of government.
33The protocols for impeachment are meant to be used. Of course Dick Cheney should be impeached, and then I would impeach the president. They are guilty of high crimes against the Constitution of the United States. We have a bad government, just out of control. We have turned into a very ugly, totalitarian society.
34[on leaving La Rondinaia, Italy, for Hollywood when his partner Howard Austen had required specialist treatment] It was an intelligent thing to live in California, [but now] as the American dictatorship gets going, I don't know if it's the right setting to say farewell to the Republic.
35There are no homosexual people, only homosexual acts.
36The only time I went on stage, in the part of Dalton Trumbo, a blacklisted writer on Broadway, was right after Howard [Austen, his companion of 53 years] died. Before I knew it, I was standing out there in front of the audience. It was the best thing I ever did. If you want to drown your grief, play on Broadway.
37[an interview in 2007] I do a lot of reading of the dead. I finally got around after 50 years to reading all of Aristotlex. He's very good on republics, how they always come a cropper, and why. Required reading. Republics, once lost, don't easily come back.
38[upon learning of Truman Capote's death] Good career move.
39It's realism. Life is mostly luck!
40I don't go to movies for love, do you?
41Look, homophobia is fed into every child in the United States at birth. It is unrelenting, it never lets up. They asked a whole raft of high school boys across the country a couple years ago, one of those polls about what they would most like to be in life, and what they would hate to be, and so forth, and what they would most hate to be was homosexual. There wasn't anyone, not one, who just skipped the question. They all said 'oh no, that's the worst thing you could be.'
42There is not one human problem that could not be solved if people would simply do as I advise.
43To write a script today means working for a committee of people who know nothing about movies, as opposed, say, to real estate or the higher art of bookkeeping.
44[interview on Swedish radio, 2004] We pay large taxes to the government. The rich don't but the average working person does. We're the only First-World country that gets nothing back. There's no health service. The educational system is pre-Copernicus. It's a scandal. But the Americans don't know it because they have never been told about other countries. They just know they're bad.
45Style is knowing who you are, what you want to say and not giving a damn.
46[regarding the US being an empire] It is a pointless empire, which gives a satirist like me great pleasure, the fact that nothing makes any sense.
47I find stupidity very exciting. And I'm excited all day long.
48[5/23/04] One day the Bush family may develop a conscience and they may develop some idea of statesmanship. But that day is nowhere near, that the Bush family will ever be anything but dishonorable. And so, we can't wait, but we've got to discuss how they have dishonored us and what they have done wrong, and replace them - with anything, at the moment.
49Politics is made up of two words: "Poli," which is Greek for "many," and "tics," which are bloodsucking insects.
50[in 1988] I regard monotheism as the greatest disaster ever to befall the human race. I see no good in Judaism, Christianity or Islam -- good people, yes, but any religion based on a single, well, frenzied and virulent god, is not as useful to the human race as, say, Confucianism, which is not a religion but an ethical and educational system.
51I'm a born-again atheist.
52The idea of a good society is something you do not need a religion and eternal punishment to buttress; you need a religion if you are terrified of death.
53[interview in "The Secular Humanist Bulletin", Summer 1995] Once people get hung up on theology, they've lost sanity forever. More people have been killed in the name of Jesus Christ than any other name in the history of the world.
54Each writer is born with a repertory company in his head. [William Shakespeare] has perhaps twenty players, and Tennessee Williams has about five, and Samuel Beckett one - and maybe a clone of that one. I have ten or so, and that's a lot. As you get older, you become more skillful at casting them.
55A narcissist is someone better looking than you are.
56[asked to describe himself in one word] Realist.
57In the next few years, the empire is going to strike back at the Internet in the interest of protecting our children from porn, drugs and terrorism - all of which the U.S. government will claim is being peddled by the Internet. There is not a trick they won't pull to get control. After all, what better way to control everyone's mind, or at least the input of information?
58A talent for drama is not a talent for writing, but is an ability to articulate human relationships.
59It is not enough to succeed. Others must fail.


Pictures

Won Awards

Won awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
1983Lucien Barrière Literary AwardDeauville Film FestivalFor the novel "Creation".
1955EdgarEdgar Allan Poe AwardsBest Episode in a TV SeriesSuspense (1949)

Nominated Awards

Nominated awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
1986Primetime EmmyPrimetime Emmy AwardsOutstanding Writing in a Miniseries or a SpecialDress Gray (1986)
1965WGA Award (Screen)Writers Guild of America, USABest Written American DramaThe Best Man (1964)


Filmography

Writer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Needlework Pictures Presents Francesco Vezzoli in Gore Vidal's 'Caligula'2005Short
Dimenticare Palermo1990screenplay
Billy the Kid1989TV Movie written by
Lincoln1988TV Mini-Series novel - 2 episodes
The Sicilian1987uncredited
Dress Gray1986TV Mini-Series teleplay - 2 episodes
Caligula1979original screenplay
Recht in eigen hand1973TV Movie
Besuch auf einem kleinen Planeten1971TV Movie play "Visit to a Small Planet"
Myra Breckinridge1970novel
The Last of the Mobile Hot Shots1970screenplay
Poseta maloj planeti1967TV Movie
Paris brûle-t-il?1966screenplay
Theatre 6251966TV Series writer - 1 episode
The Doctor and the Devil1965
The Best Man1964play "The Best Man" - uncredited / screenplay
Gevoel voor recht1962TV Movie
The Chevy Mystery Show1960TV Series writer - 1 episode
Startime1960TV Series adaptation - 1 episode
Visit to a Small Planet1960play
Suddenly, Last Summer1959screenplay
Sunday Showcase1959TV Series writer - 2 episodes
Ben-Hur1959contributing writer - uncredited
The Scapegoat1959adaptation
Dark Possession1959TV Movie
TV Teatro1958TV Series 1 episode
ITV Television Playhouse1958TV Series writer - 1 episode
Armchair Theatre1958TV Series novel - 1 episode
The Left Handed Gun1958play
I Accuse!1958screenplay
Matinee TheatreTV Series 1 episode, 1956 writer - 1 episode, 1956
Playwrights '561956TV Series writer - 1 episode
The Catered Affair1956screenplay
General Electric Theater1956TV Series writer - 1 episode
Texaco Star TheatreTV Series writer - 1 episode, 1955 written by - 1 episode, 1955
Climax!1955TV Series adaptation - 2 episodes
The Philco-Goodyear Television Playhouse1955TV Series writer - 2 episodes
Goodyear Playhouse1955TV Series writer - 1 episode
Studio One in HollywoodTV Series written especially for Studio One by - 2 episodes, 1954 - 1955 adaptation - 1 episode, 1954
The Best of Broadway1955TV Series adaptation - 1 episode
Danger1955TV Series adaptation - 1 episode
OmnibusTV Series writer - 1 episode, 1955 adaptation - 1 episode, 1954
Suspense1954TV Series teleplay - 2 episodes
The Telltale Clue1954TV Series written by
Janet Dean, Registered Nurse1954TV Series written by - 1 episode

Actor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Shrink2009George Charles
Family Guy2006TV SeriesGore Vidal
Jack & Bobby2005TV SeriesDocumentary Host
Igby Goes Down2002First School Headmaster (uncredited)
Gattaca1997Director Josef
Shadow Conspiracy1997Congressman Page
With Honors1994Pitkannan
Bob Roberts1992Senator Brickley Paiste
Billy the Kid1989TV MoviePreacher (uncredited)
Roma1972Gore Vidal
The Best Man1964Delegate (uncredited)
Suddenly, Last Summer1959Audience Member at Operation (uncredited)
Sunday Showcase1959TV SeriesNarrator
Ritual in Transfigured Time1946ShortMan (uncredited)

Thanks

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Salat Kaligula2015Short in memory of
On the Road2012thanks
Valentino: The Last Emperor2008Documentary thanks: bacione gigantesco
Inside Deep Throat2005Documentary thanks
The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou2004special thanks

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Broadway: Beyond the Golden Age2017Documentary post-productionHimself
2plus2makes42011Documentary filmingHimself
Salinger2013DocumentaryHimself
Gore Vidal: The United States of Amnesia2013DocumentaryHimself
Smiling Through the Apocalypse2013DocumentaryHimself
Paul Bowles: The Cage Door is Always Open2012DocumentaryHimself
Valentino's Ghost2012DocumentaryHimself
The Strange History of Don't Ask, Don't Tell2011DocumentaryHimself
Rediscovering Alexander Hamilton2010DocumentaryHimself - Author
Moguls & Movie Stars: A History of Hollywood2010TV Mini-Series documentaryHimself - Author / Himself
Norman Mailer: The American2010Documentary
Standing Army2010DocumentaryHimself
Charlie Rose1995-2009TV SeriesHimself - Guest
Real Time with Bill Maher2004-2009TV SeriesHimself
Imagine2009TV Series documentaryHimself - Writer
Dangerous Dynasty: The Bush Legacy2009Video documentary shortHimself
US Election Night2008TV SpecialHimself
Beyond Nixon2008Video documentary shortHimself
Murder, Spies & Voting Lies: The Clint Curtis Story2008DocumentaryHimself - Social Critic
Zero: An Investigation Into 9/112008DocumentaryHimself
Democracy Now!2003-2008TV SeriesHimself
Sunday AM2008TV SeriesHimself - Writer
Channel 4 News2008TV SeriesHimself
Do Not Alter?2008Video documentary shortHimself - Narrator (voice)
History of the National Security State2008Video documentaryHimself
TCM Guest Programmer2007TV SeriesHimself - Special Guest
Obscene2007DocumentaryHimself
Texas Monthly Talks2007TV SeriesHimself - Interviewee
Tavis Smiley2006TV SeriesHimself
The Simpsons2006TV SeriesHimself
The U.S. vs. John Lennon2006DocumentaryHimself
Global Haywire2006DocumentaryHimself
Dusty Wright's Culture CatchCulture Catch2005TV SeriesHimself
The Peace! DVD2005Video documentaryHimself
L'isola di Calvino2005TV Movie documentaryHimself
One Bright Shining Moment2005DocumentaryHimself
Garbo2005DocumentaryHimself - Interviewee
Needlework Pictures Presents Francesco Vezzoli in Gore Vidal's 'Caligula'2005ShortHimself
Middle Sexes: Redefining He and She2005TV Movie documentaryNarrator (voice)
USA the Movie2005VideoHimself (voice)
Inside Deep Throat2005DocumentaryHimself
Lincoln2005TV Movie documentary
Why We Fight2005DocumentaryHimself
The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn2004TV SeriesHimself
Thinking XXX2004TV Movie documentaryHimself
Brief History of Disbelief2004TV Mini-Series documentaryHimself - Author
Da Ali G Show2004TV SeriesHimself
JFK: The Day That Changed America2003TV Movie documentaryHimself - Author
American Masters1994-2003TV Series documentaryHimself
Federico Fellini - Mit den Augen der Anderen2003Documentary
Gore Vidal: My Life2002TV Movie documentaryHimself
Arena1977-2001TV Series documentaryHimself
Na plovárne2001TV SeriesHimself
Rescued from the Closet2001Video documentaryHimself
The Burgess Variations1999TV Mini-Series documentaryHimself
Negro sobre blanco1999TV SeriesHimself
Avisa'ns quan arribi el 20001999TV SeriesHimself
The Mike & Ben Show1999TV SeriesHimself
Thomas Jefferson1997TV Mini-Series documentaryHimself, writer
Lo + plus1996TV SeriesHimself
Reputations1996TV Series documentaryHimself
Gore Vidal's American Presidency1996TV Mini-Series documentaryHimself - Host
Clive Anderson Talks Back1991-1995TV SeriesHimself
Omnibus1995TV Series documentaryHimself
Gore Vidal1995TV MovieHimself
The Celluloid Closet1995DocumentaryHimself
In Search of Oz1994TV Movie documentaryHimself
Ben-Hur: The Making of an Epic1993Video documentaryHimself - Author
American Experience1993TV Series documentaryHimself
Late Night with Conan O'Brien1993TV SeriesHimself
The Great Depression1993TV Series documentaryHimself
The Clive James Interview1991TV Series
Memory & Imagination: New Pathways to the Library of Congress1990TV Movie documentaryHimself
Opinions1989TV SeriesHimself
CBS This Morning1989TV SeriesHimself
The Pat Sajak Show1989TV SeriesHimself
Muy personal1987TV SeriesHimself
Àngel Casas Show1986TV SeriesHimself
National Geographic Explorer1985TV Series documentaryHimself
Wogan1984TV SeriesHimself
Book Four1984TV SeriesHimself - Interviewee
Gore Vidal: The Man Who Said No1984DocumentaryHimself
Apostrophes1983TV SeriesHimself
A Documentary on the Making of 'Gore Vidal's Caligula'1981DocumentaryHimself - Writer
The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson1964-1981TV SeriesHimself - Guest / Himself
Tomorrow Coast to Coast1981TV SeriesHimself
The Mike Douglas Show1972-1978TV SeriesHimself - Author
The Paul Ryan Show1977TV SeriesHimself
Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman1976TV SeriesHimself
Dinah!1976TV SeriesHimself
The 48th Annual Academy Awards1976TV SpecialHimself - Presenter: Best Adapted Screenplay and Best Original Screenplay
Donahue1973-1974TV SeriesHimself
Parkinson1972TV SeriesHimself
The David Frost Show1969-1972TV SeriesHimself
The Dick Cavett Show1968-1972TV SeriesHimself
Laugh-In1971TV SeriesHimself
Playboy After Dark1969TV SeriesHimself
Today1967TV SeriesHimself
CBS Reports1967TV Series documentaryHimself
What's My Line?1960-1964TV SeriesHimself - Guest Panelist
The David Susskind Show1962TV SeriesHimself
The Jack Paar Tonight Show1959-1962TV SeriesHimself
The Tonight Show1962TV SeriesHimself - Writer

Archive Footage

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The 67th Annual Tony Awards2013TV Special documentaryHimself - Writer (In Memoriam)
Democracy Now!2012-2013TV SeriesHimself
American Masters2012TV Series documentaryHimself
9/11 Truth: Hollywood Speaks Out2011DocumentaryHimself
Public Speaking2010Documentary
Hugh Hefner: Playboy, Activist and Rebel2009DocumentaryHimself
Sex at 24 Frames Per Second2003Video documentaryHimself
XXI Century2003TV Series documentaryHimself - Writer & Historian
The Cockettes2002DocumentaryHimself
The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson1992TV SeriesHimself
Forty Years at the I.C.A.1987TV SeriesHimself
The Dick Cavett Show1973TV SeriesHimself
Media Buzz2015TV SeriesHimself
Charlie Rose2015TV SeriesHimself - Guest
Best of Enemies2015DocumentaryHimself
The 50 Year Argument2014DocumentaryHimself
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