Marvin Neil Simon is a famous American author, screenwriter and playwright whose tally of ‘Oscars’ and ‘Tony’ nominations is preceded by no one else. Simon also received the ‘Pulitzer Prize’ for Drama for his prolific work in ‘Lost in Yonkers’. His comedies are autobiographical in nature, often centering towards his turbulent childhood and expressing his thoughts on issues such as infidelity, puberty and marital conflict. These stories mingled around with humor, realism and seriousness which audience found relatable. Simon also gained recognition for his works in ‘Come Blow Your Horn’, ‘Barefoot in the Park’, ‘Brighton Beach Memoirs’, ‘Biloxi Blues’ and ‘The Odd Couple’. Apart from bagging multiple honors of ‘Writers Guild of America Award’ and ‘Emmy Award’, he also received accolades such as ‘Golden Globe Award’, ‘Mark Twain Prize’, ‘American Comedy Awards’, ‘New York Drama Critics Circle Award’ and ‘Outer Critics Circle Award’. Simon was also inducted into the ‘American Theatre Hall of Fame’. He was awarded with ‘Doctor of Humane Letters’ from Hofstra University. ‘The Neil Simon Festival’ celebrated at Utah is dedicated towards preservation of Simon’s work and his contemporaries. Indulge into these quotes and sayings from this famous American playwright which have been scanned from the vast sea of his work. Presenting the noteworthy quotations and thoughts by Neil Simon.
When its 100 degrees in New York, it's 72 in Los Angeles. When its 30 degrees in New York, in Los Angeles it's still 72. However, there are 6 million interesting people in New York, and only 72 in Los Angeles.
If you can go through life without experiencing pain you probably haven't been born yet.