Paul Rudnick's plays have been produced
both on and off Broadway and around the
world. They include Valhalla,
The Most Fabulous Story Ever
Told, The Naked Eye, Mr.
Charles, Currently Of Palm Beach,
I Hate Hamlet and
Jeffrey, for which he won an
OBIE, an Outer Critics Circle Award and
the John Gassner Playwrighting Award.
His novels are Social Disease
and I'll Take It, both published
by Knopf. His articles and essays have
appeared in The New Yorker,
Esquire, Vogue, Vanity
Fair and The New York Times.
He is rumored to be quite close to
Premiere magazine's film critic,
Libby Gelman-Waxner, whose collected
columns have been published under the
title If You Ask Me. His
screenplays include Addams Family
Values, the screen adaptation of
Jeffrey and In & Out.