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Contributing Editor, Vanity Fair
Patricia Bosworth is an award-winning journalist, Contributing Editor at Vanity Fair, and the author of bestselling biographies of Montgomery Clift, Marlon Brando, Jane Fonda, and the photographer Diane Arbus. Her Arbus biography was adapted into the 2006 film "Fur," starring Nicole Kidman and Robert Downey Jr.
Originally from San Francisco, Bosworth is a graduate of Sarah Lawrence College. She has taught at Columbia University's School of Journalism and Barnard College. In addition to her biographies, Bosworth is the author of two memoirs. The first, ANYTHING YOUR LITTLE HEART DESIRES, is about her father (Hollywood lawyer Bartley Crum) and the Blacklist years. The second, THE MEN IN MY LIFE, covers Bosworth's years as an actress on Broadway and will be published by HarperCollins on January 31, 2017.
Bosworth was an actress on Broadway for ten years and was featured opposite Audrey Hepburn in the cult classic film THE NUN'S STORY.