American writer Nora Ephron dies

Artikel terkait : American writer Nora Ephron dies writer Nora Ephron, author of the popular romantic comedy and a series of humor essays, died in New York City at the age of 71 years.
Nora Ephron, became famous for a few romantic comedies such as "When Harry Met Sally" and "Sleepless in Seattle" that made him nominated for an Oscar.

Ephron also wrote and directed several films, including "You've Got Mail" and the comedy drama "Julie and Julia" in 2009.

Nora Ephron also got nominated for an Oscar for his first screenplay "Silkwood" in 1983. The film, starring Merryl Streep is removed from the true story of a complainant witness in a plutonium processing plant.

Nora Ephron's writing career began in the early 1960s as a newspaper reporter for The New York Post, before turning his attention to some of the essays highlight the humor that many of his personal life.

Her novel "Heartburn" in 1983 which failed to tell about her marriage to Carl Bernstein, The Washington Post reporter who helped to expose the Watergate scandal. Nora Ephron wrote the script for the adaptation of the book into a film in 1986.

His family says Ephron died on Tuesday (26/6) after battling leukemia.

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