|Born||1955 (age 64–65)|
|Pen name||Russell Andrews|
|Occupation||Publisher, screenwriter, author, novelist|
|Notable works||The Cat Who Went to Paris|
Peter Gethers (born 1955) is an American publisher, screenwriter and author of television shows, films, newspaper and magazine articles, and novelist; the author of several books, including the bestseller The Cat Who Went to Paris, published in the UK under the title A Cat Called Norton, the first of the Norton the cat trilogy, about his Scottish Fold, Norton. He lives in New York City and Sag Harbor, New York.
An avid baseball fan, Gethers is a founding member of the first ever Rotisserie Baseball League, the 1980 group that started the fantasy sports craze.
His brother Eric is also a writer, and his father was a television producer.
Gethers' other works include five novels under the pseudonym of Russell Andrews; Gideon, Icarus, Aphrodite, Midas and Hades.
as Peter Gethers
- The Dandy
- Getting Blue
- The Cat Who Went to Paris (1991) (biographical) (the same book has been published under A Cat Called Norton, UK 2009.)
- A Cat Abroad (biographical) (the same book has been published under For The Love of Norton, UK 2010.)
- The Cat Who'll Live Forever (biographical)
- Ask Bob (August 2013)
as Russell Andrews
- Rotisserie League Baseball (coauthor)
- Okrent, Daniel (April 29, 2012). "Kvelling in Their Seats - A first-time producer on what it took to stage Old Jews Telling Jokes". New York Magazine.
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