James Curtis (biographer)
Curtis's publications include biographies of comedian W. C. Fields, director and screenwriter Preston Sturges, director James Whale, and actor Spencer Tracy. Curtis spent six years researching and writing Spencer Tracy: A Biography (2011). Film critic Leonard Maltin praised the work, saying in his review, "It represents a high-water mark in this field: a scrupulously researched life story that is also well-written and completely absorbing, through 878 pages of text".
He received the Special Jury Prize of the Theatre Library Association in 2004 for W. C. Fields: A Biography.
- "Biography". JamesCurtis.com. Retrieved 25 June 2012.
- Basinger, Jeanine (October 29, 2011). "Book Review: Spencer Tracy. 'Hollywood's Favorite Actor'". The Wall Street Journal.
- Maltin, Leonard (November 9, 2011). "Spencer Tracy: A Biography—Book review". Leonard Maltin's Movie Crazy. Indiewire.
- "Richard Wall Memorial Award - Winners, 1974-Present". Theatre Library Association. Retrieved June 25, 2012.
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