David Mamet

NOUN
  1. United States playwright (born in 1947)
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  • David Mamet has long been considered the leading American playwright of his generation.
  • There are a handful of rapid-fire arguments worthy of Aaron Sorkin or David Mamet.
  • Witness the madcap antics of "The 39 Steps," the Hitchcock sendup still raking in laughs off-Broadway, or the caustic sneer of "Speed-the-Plow," David Mamet's comic slap at deal making in Hollywood. 'Brief Encounter': Mad about its style
  • David Mamet has long been considered the leading American playwright of his generation.
  • David Mamet is perhaps most famous for his Pulitzer Prize–winning plays, but the author, playwright and essayist was also an Oscar nominee for screenwriting ( The Verdict and Wag the Dog ).
  • David Mamet's cinematic creations are often stylized portraits of greed, betrayal and brinksmanship.
  • David Mamet has long been considered the leading American playwright of his generation.
  • The movie is even more violent than its predecessors, the language reaches levels of obscenity that would make David Mamet blench and uses the real names of everyone concerned. Bonded by Blood
  • David Mamet beamed from a crowded aisle at Tuesday night 's Broadway opening of his play "A Life in the Theatre," gripping a neatly wrapped box that contained a rattle — a gift he says he planned to give his brother for dating a younger woman. Mamet on Growing Up
  • David Mamet examines the dramatic techniques that engage audiences with the trials and tribulations of the hero
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