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David Auburn

David Auburn was born in 1970 in Chicago, Illinois, USA. He is a writer and director, known for The Lake House (2006), Proof (2005) and The Girl in the Park (2007). He is married to Frances Rosenfeld. See full bio »

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Known For

The Lake House
(2006)
Proof
Proof Writer
(2005)
The Girl in the Park
(2007)

Filmography

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 2019 Charlie's Angels (screenplay) (announced)
 2018 Georgetown (screenplay) (post-production)
 2006 The Lake House (screenplay)
 2005 Proof (play) / (screenplay)
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 2001 Charlie Rose (TV Series)
Himself - Guest
- Episode dated 6 August 2001 (2001) ... Himself - Guest
 2001 The 55th Annual Tony Awards (TV Special)
Himself - Winner & Presenter
 2000 Working in the Theatre (TV Series documentary)
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Other Works:

His play, "Proof" was performed in a Bonnie Franklin's Classic Contemporary American Plays production at The Broad Stage Theatre in Los Angeles, California with Tracey Lee, Charlie Robinson, Jennifer Shelton, Sola Bamis, and Tohoru Masamune in the cast.. Ernest Figueroa was director. See more »
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I think it's true that we're living in this golden age of television. If you go to a dinner party, people are talking about the latest episode of whatever show they're following. They're not talking about the latest movie, which is what they might have done ten or fifteen years ago. That's a really striking change. The studios have largely abandoned making the kind of movies that writers want to ... See more »

Trivia:

Won the Joseph Kesselring Prize, the Pulitzer Prize, the Drama Desk Award, and the Tony Award for "Proof." See more »

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