Budd Schulberg was born on March 27, 1914 in New York City, New York, United States. He is a famous producer, writer and director. He started his career as a writer in 1937 as a contributing writer of the movie, "A Star Is Born" and the same year "Nothing Sacred".
More of his writings includes movies such as: "Winter Carnival", "December 7th", "Nuremberg", "The Harder They Fall", "A Question of Honor" and "Seref kavgasi" which was a screen play on the 'Waterfront'.
In 1958 he directed the movie, "Wind Across the Everglades" along with Nicholas Ray and has a movie in his production credit which is, "Nuremberg" and serial, "Everglades" for almost 37 episodes.
Why is he famous?
He is a famous writer who won the WGA Award (Screen) for the movie, "On the Waterfront" in category of Best Written American drama, at Writers Guild of America, USA in 1955. He also won an Oscar in the same year for the same movie in category of Best Writing, Story and Screenplay at Academy Awards, USA.