Frederic Raphael was born on August 14th 1931 in Chicago, and emigrated to England with his parents in 1938. He was educated at independent schools in Sussex and Surrey, before studying at St John's College, Cambridge. His career spans work as a screenwriter and a prolific novelist and journalist.In 1965 Raphael won an Oscar for the 1965 movie "Darling", and two years later received an Oscar nomination for his screenplay for "Two for the Road". He collaborated on the screenplay of Stanley Kubrick's last film "Eyes Wide Shut", and wrote a controversial memoir of their time together, "Eyes Wide
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