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Born in the Bronx and raised in Brooklyn, Heywood Gould got his start as a reporter for the New York Post when it was still known as a pinko rag. Later, he financed years of professional and personal rejection driving cabs, assisting morticians, waxing floors, tending bar, and writing screenplays.
Gould is the author of eight novels, among them Cocktail; Fort Apache, the Bronx; Double Bang; Leading Lady--a Hammett Award finalist--and The Serial Killer's Daughter. He has written nine movies, including Cocktail; Fort Apache, the Bronx; The Boys from Brazil; Rolling Thunder; and Streets of Gold. He has also directed four films: One Good Cop, Trial by Jury, Mistrial, and Double Bang.
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Police -- Fiction.
Television producers and directors -- Fiction.
Murder -- Investigation -- Fiction.
Motion picture producers and directors -- Fiction.
Hollywood (Los Angeles, Calif.) -- Fiction.