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Moss Hart was an American playwright. Raised in poverty in the Bronx, Hart s interest in theatre was instigated by his aunt. His first Broadway hit, Once in a Lifetime, was written with George Kaufman, and began a partnership that produced plays such as You Can't Take It With You and The Man Who Came to Dinner. Hart won two Tony Awards (Best Musical and Best Director) for My Fair Lady, and earned an Oscar nomination for writing the screenplay for Gentlemen s Agreement. In 1959, Hart published his autobiography Act One, in which he created an entire alternate ending for his aunt s life. Hart died in 1961 at the age of 57.
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