The family of Norah Ephron has announced the Hollywood screenwriting legend has died at the age of 71.
Norah Ephron wrote ‘Sleepless In Seattle’, ‘When Harry Met Sally’ and You’ve Got Mail’. Her family has sadly announced that her death is “imminent”
The 71-year old writer first made her name in Hollywood with the Meryl Streep movie ‘Silkwood’. Her most recent major movie was ‘Julie & Julia’ in 2009, again with Meryl Streep.
Norah and her husband Caarl Bernstein also wrote ‘All The President’s Men’. She claimed to known the identity of Nixon informer Deep Throat and often said in speeches it was Mark Felt but the claim did not gather momentum.
One of Norah’s more recent jobs was blogging for the Huffington Post.