Lawrence Hauben

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Lawrence Alan Hauben (3 March 1931 – 22 December 1985) was an American actor and screenwriter. Born in New York, he won the Academy Award for Best Adapted Screenplay along with Bo Goldman[1] for One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest (1975) at the 48th Academy Awards.[2] He also won a Golden Globe and a Writers Guild of America Award.

He had a small role as a car salesman in Point Blank (1967). In 1971, he released a documentary film, Venus, about his brief relationship with actress Sally Kellerman.[3][4]

He died of cancer on 22 December 1985, in Santa Barbara, California.[5]


Award Category Result Year Notes
Academy Awards Best Adapted Screenplay Won 1976 with Bo Goldman
Golden Globe Awards Best Screenplay Won 1976 with Bo Goldman
Writers Guild of America Awards Best Adapted Screenplay Won 1976 with Bo Goldman
British Academy Film Awards Best Screenplay Nominated 1976 with Bo Goldman


  1. ^ Weinraub, Bernard (February 25, 1993). "A Screenwriter Profits From His Years of Pain". The New York Times. Retrieved March 2, 2017.
  2. ^ "Academy Awards Acceptance Speech Database". Retrieved March 2, 2017.
  3. ^ Kellerman, Sally (2013). "Read My Lips: Stories of a Hollywood Life". New York: Weinstein Books.
  4. ^ Thomas, Kevin (29 May 1971). "'Venus' Collage of Images". The Los Angeles Times – via
  5. ^ Scott, Vernon (July 27, 1996). "Since William Shakespeare wrote, 'The first thing we do,..." UPI.

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