|Born||in Staten Island, New York, USA|
|Died||in Eugene, Oregon, USA (lung ailment)|
|Birth Name||Edward Hamilton Waldo|
Mini Bio (1)
Edward Hamilton Waldo was an American science fiction writer who published under the legal name Theodore Sturgeon - he changed his name following his mother's divorce. He was born on Staten Island, New York and sold his first short story in 1938. He is perhaps best known for the novel 'More Than Human' (1953) and his short horror story, 'IT', which has appeared in countless anthologies over the years. For the screen, Sturgeon contributed to TV projects including Tales of Tomorrow (1951), The Invaders (1967), Star Trek (1966) and The Twilight Zone (1985).
His short fiction appeared in publications such as 'Astounding Science Fiction', 'Unknown', Argosy', and 'Ellery Queen'. He is known to have directly influenced authors like Ray Bradbury and Kurt Vonnegut Jr. and is also praised by the Grand Master, Stephen King.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Matt Lee-Williams
|Jayne Tannehill||(22 July 1976 - 8 May 1985) (his death) (1 child)|
|Marion McGahan||(1951 - ?) (divorced) (4 children)|
|Mary Mair||(1949 - ?) (divorced)|
|Dorothe Fillingame||(1940 - ?) (divorced) (2 children)|
|Wina Bonnie Golden||(? - ?) (divorced)|