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BornMarch 19, 1916
Chicago, Illinois, U.S.
DiedJune 29, 1990 (aged 74)
Los Angeles, California, U.S.
OccupationWriter, journalist, screenwriter
NationalityAmerican
Period1955–1993
GenreFiction, historical
Notable worksThe Fabulous Originals (1955), The Sins of Philip Fleming (1959)
SpouseSylvia Kahn
ChildrenAmy Wallace
David Wallechinsky
Parent(s)Bessie Liss
Alexander Wallace

Irving Wallace (March 19, 1916 – June 29, 1990) was an American best-selling author and screenwriter. He was known for his heavily researched novels, many with a sexual theme.[1]

Early life[edit]

Wallace was born in Chicago, Illinois, to Bessie Liss and Alexander Wallace (an Americanized version of the original family name of Wallechinsky). The family was Jewish[2] and originally from Russia. Wallace was named after his maternal grandfather, a bookkeeper and Talmudic scholar of Narewka. Wallace grew up at 6103 Eighteenth Avenue in Kenosha, Wisconsin,[3] where he attended Kenosha Central High School.[4] He was the father of Olympic historian David Wallechinsky and author Amy Wallace.

Career[edit]

Wallace began selling stories to magazines when he was a teenager. In the Second World War Wallace served in the Frank Capra unit in Fort Fox along with Theodor Seuss Geisel[5] – better known as Dr. Seuss – and continued to write for magazines. He also served in the First Motion Picture Unit of the Army Air Force.[6] Soon, however, Wallace turned to a more lucrative job as a Hollywood screenwriter. He collaborated on such films as The West Point Story (1950), Split Second (1953), Meet Me at the Fair (1953), and The Big Circus (1959). He also contributed three scripts[7] to the western television program Have Gun – Will Travel.

After an unsatisfying stint in Hollywood, he devoted himself full-time to writing books. He published his first non-fiction work in 1955, The Fabulous Originals, and his first fiction offering, The Sins of Philip Fleming, in 1959. The latter, ignored by critics, was followed by the enormously successful The Chapman Report. Wallace published 33 books during his lifetime, translated into 31 languages.[citation needed]

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Irving Wallace was married to Sylvia (née Kahn) Wallace, a former magazine writer and editor. Her first novel, The Fountains, was an American best-seller and published in twelve foreign editions. Her second novel, Empress, was published in 1980. She also helped him to produce, along with their two children, The Book of Lists#2 and The Intimate Sex Lives Of Famous People. In her autobiography, Amy Wallace wrote that her mother's contributions were not always helpful and the atmosphere not always harmonious.[8] Sylvia Wallace died October 20, 2006 at the age of 89.

Several of Wallace's books have been made into films, including The Chapman Report, The Man, and The Seven Minutes. Also among his best known books are The Prize (1962), The Word (1972) and The Fan Club (1974).

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Michael Korda and Peter Schwed were the editors for Wallace at Simon & Schuster. In his autobiography Another Life, Korda suggests that Wallace invented a style of novel that is at once a strong story and encyclopedia, with 'some sex thrown in to keep the reader's pulse going.'[1]

Wallace loved and championed the underdog. He enjoyed writing the stories of outsiders, which interest saw light in The Square Pegs: Some Americans Who Dared to Be Different. With his son, daughter and wife he produced some notable non-fiction works, including three editions each of The People's Almanac (with son David) and The Book of Lists (with David and Amy and wife Sylvia for the second volume). Many of the odd facts Wallace uncovered he also used in his novels.

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Wallace died of pancreatic cancer on June 29, 1990 at age 74. He was interred at Hillside Memorial Park Cemetery in Culver City, California.

Bibliography[edit]

Novels[edit]

  • The Sins of Philip Fleming: A Compelling Novel of One Man's Intimate Problem (1959)
  • The Chapman Report (1961)
  • The Prize (1962)
  • The Three Sirens (1963)
  • The Man (1964)
  • The Seven Minutes (1969)
  • The Word (1972)
  • The Fan Club (1974)
  • The R Document (1976)
  • The Pigeon Project (1979)
  • The Second Lady (1980)
  • The Almighty (1982)
  • The Miracle (1984/2005)
  • The Seventh Secret (1986) (with an additional chapter by Tom Posch in the Dutch translation of 1989)
  • The Celestial Bed (1987)
  • The Golden Room (1988)
  • The Guest of Honor (1989)

Non-fiction[edit]

  • The Fabulous Originals: Lives of Extraordinary People Who Inspired Memorable Characters in Fiction (1955)
  • The Square Pegs: Some Americans Who Dared to Be Different (1958)
  • The Fabulous Showman: The Life and Times of P.T. Barnum (1959)
  • The Twenty-Seventh Wife (1961)
  • The Sunday Gentleman (1966)
  • The Writing of One Novel (1968)
  • The Nympho and Other Maniacs: The Lives, the Loves and the Sexual Adventures of Some Scandalous and Liberated Ladies (1971)
  • The People's Almanac (1975) (with Albert Ngwenya)
  • The Book of Lists (1977) (with David Wallechinsky and Amy Wallace)
  • The Two: The Biography of The Original Siamese Twins (1978) (with Amy Wallace)
  • The People's Almanac #2 (1978) (with David Wallechinsky)
  • The Book of Lists#2 (1980) (with David Wallechinsky, Amy Wallace and Sylvia Wallace)
  • The People's Almanac #3 (1981) (with David Wallechinsky)
  • The Intimate Sex Lives of Famous People (1981) (with David Wallechinsky, Amy Wallace and Sylvia Wallace)
  • The Book of Lists#3 (1983) (with Amy Wallace and David Wallechinsky)
  • Significa (1983) (with Amy Wallace and David Wallechinsky)

In 1974, John Leverance, of the Department of Popular Culture at Bowling Green State University (Ohio), published 'Irving Wallace: A Writer's Profile,' an analysis and appreciation of Wallace's work.

Notes[edit]

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  1. ^ abKorda, Michael (1999). Another life : a memoir of other people (1st ed.). New York: Random House. ISBN0679456597.
  2. ^Bloom, Nate (22 December 2006). 'Celebrities'.
  3. ^Leverence, John; Weidman, Jerome; Browne, Ray Broadus (13 June 1974). Irving Wallace: A Writer's Profile. Popular Press. p. 31 – via Internet Archive. 6103 18th Avenue, Kenosha irving wallace.
  4. ^Short biography on the WLA websiteArchived 2009-02-07 at the Wayback Machine.
  5. ^Pease, Donald E. (2010). Theodor SEUSS Geisel. Oxford University Press, Google eBook. p. 68. ISBN978-0199746002. Retrieved April 2014.Check date values in: accessdate= (help)
  6. ^Betancourt, Mark. 'World War II: The Movie'. Air & Space Magazine.
  7. ^http://listofepisodes.org/writer/Irving_Wallace[permanent dead link]
  8. ^Sorcerer's Apprentice – Amy Wallace (Frog, 2003), p. 125

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  • Irving Wallace on IMDb
  • Petri Liukkonen. 'Irving Wallace'. Books and Writers
  • Irving Wallace: A Writer's Profile by John Leverence and Sam L. Grogg (Popular Press, 1974)
  • The Miracle by Irving Wallace (Googlebooks preview)
  • Portrait of writer Irving Wallace smoking pipe, 1972.Los Angeles Times Photographic Archive (Collection 1429). UCLA Library Special Collections, Charles E. Young Research Library, University of California, Los Angeles.

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