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A ghostwriter is a person who writes under someone else's name with their consent. Celebrities often employ ghostwriters to produce autobiographies.
Ghostwriter may also refer to the following:
- Ghost Writer (album), a 1977 album by Garland Jeffreys
- The Ghost Writer, a 1979 novel by Philip Roth
- Ghost Writer, a 1989 TV-movie starring Audrey Landers
- Ghostwriter (TV series), a television series co-produced by the Children's Television Workshop and the BBC, which originally aired on PBS in the U.S. from 1992 to 1995
- Suffering Man's Charity, also released as Ghost Writer, a 2007 comedy/horror film starring Alan Cumming, David Boreanaz, and Anne Heche
- Ghost Writer (TV series), a 2010 Hong Kong television series produced by TVB
- The Ghost Writer (film), a 2010 film by Roman Polański, adapted from the Robert Harris novel, The Ghost
- Ghostwritten (novel), fictional book by English author David Mitchell
- "Ghostwriter", a song by rapper Mad Skillz
- "Ghostwriter", a song by RJD2 from his 2002 album Deadringer
- Ghostwriter, a song by The Arcana from their 2016 album Tomorrow is Yesterday
- Ghostwriters, an Australian rock band
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