This Biography is about one of the best Writer Ray Bradbury including his Height, weight,Age & Other Detail…
|Biography Of Ray Bradbury|
|Real Name||Ray Bradbury|
|Profession||Essayists, Short Story Writers, Novelists|
|Nick Name||Ray Bradbury|
|Personal Life of Ray Bradbury|
|Born on||22 August 1920|
|Died At Age||91|
|Born in||Waukegan, Illinois, U.S.|
|Died on||05 June 2012|
|Place of death||Los Angeles|
|Family Background of Ray Bradbury|
|Father||Leonard Spaulding Bradbury|
|Siblings||Elizabeth Bradbury, Samuel Bradbury, Leonard Bradbury|
|Spouse/Partner||Marguerite McClure (m. 1947-2003)|
|Children||Bettina F. Bradbury, Alexandra Bradbury, Susan Bradbury, Ramona Bradbury|
|Education||Los Angeles High School|
|Awards||1984 – Prometheus Award for Fahrenheit 1994 – Peggy V. Helmerich Distinguished Author Award 1994 – Emmy Award for the screenplay
1977 – World Fantasy Award for life achievement 1989 – Bram Stoker Award 1996 – First Fandom Hall of Fame Award 2007 – Sir Arthur Clarke Award 2007 – Ordre des Arts et des Lettres medal 2010 – Spike TV Scream Awards Comic-Con Icon Award
|Personal Fact of Ray Bradbury|
Raymond Douglas Bradbury was one of the most distinguished and celebrated American authors of the 20th and 21st century. He was an essayist, poet, novelist, playwright, short story writer and screenwriter, renowned for his writings in genres like horror, fantasy, mystery fiction and science fiction. Though he received recognition as a bold writer with a vision for his science fiction, The Martian Chronicles, he shot to fame with his masterpiece, Fahrenheit 451, a dystopian novel considered to be his best work.
His other notable works include The Illustrated Man, There Will Come Soft Rains, The October Country and Quicker Than the Eye. His body of works include around six hundred short stories, thirty books, several plays, poems and essays. Four Best American Short Story anthologies include his works. His creative visions were not only limited to his writings. He hosted the Ray Bradbury Theater, created the interior metaphors at Epcot’s Spaceship Earth in the Disney World and served United States Pavilion as creative consultant during New York World’s Fair.
His animated film Icarus Montgolfier Wright earned him a nomination for the Academy Awards while his 1993 teleplay The Halloween Tree(adapted from his 1972 novel) earned him an Emmy Award in 1994.