Ira Marvin Levin (1929-2007) received popularity as a song and book writer. Levin also took part in scriptwriting. Some of his most famous novels include Rosemary’s Baby (1967), The Boys from Brazil (1976), The Stepford Wives (1972) and A Kiss Before Dying (1953). Also, he published the Death Trap in 1978. Born in New York City, Levin attended the Horace Mann School. He started his educational career at Drake University in Iowa between 1946-1948. Levin majored in English and Philosophy at New York University and graduated in 1950. He joined the Army Signal Corps between 1953-1955. Many of his books turned into script writings dedicated to the filming industry.
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