A.M. Sperber was an American biographer and historian born in 1926. She was best known for her biographies of Hollywood legends, including Humphrey Bogart, Spencer Tracy, and Edward R. Murrow. Sperber’s writing style was characterized by her attention to detail and extensive research, which made her biographies highly regarded by critics and readers alike. Her works often explored the personal lives of her subjects, shedding light on their struggles and triumphs both on and off the screen. Sperber’s notable works include “Bogart,” “Murrow: His Life and Times,” and “On Sunset Boulevard: The Life and Times of Billy Wilder.”

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