Grodin’s career spanned six decades, and left its mark on classics of ’70s comedy — and even the odd shaggy, slobbering dog story.
Mike Nichols’ and Elaine May’s 1996 “The Birdcage” represents a landmark for Jewish and gay civil rights. Elyssa Goodman celebrates the film’s 20th anniversary and what it means to her.
What did Albert Einstein, Meryl Streep and Dr. Mehmet Oz have in common? Oscar-winning director Mike Nichols, who died today at age 83.
Mike Nichols has passed away at the age of 83. The Forward pays tribute to 11 of the greatest moments in the director and comedian’s career.
Few directors have moved between Broadway and Hollywood as easily as Mike Nichols. Here are six facts about him.
Mike Nichols, a nine-time Tony Award winner on Broadway and the Oscar-winning director of films such as “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf,” “The Graduate” and “Carnal Knowledge,” died on Wednesday at age 83, ABC News said.
What if Tatooine were a warped version of 1960s suburban California, Aunt Beru was Mrs. Robinson, and Luke Skywalker just a blonder Benjamin Braddock?
Mike Nichols is to Simon & Garfunkel as Yoko Ono is to The Beatles.
On the celebrity family tree, a Jewish film director has been revealed as the missing link among Albert Einstein, Meryl Streep and TV’s Dr. Mehmet Oz.