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*file photo* Best-selling crime author {DOMINICK DUNNE} has lost his battle with bladder cancer, aged 83. The revered writer and Vanity Fair magazine contributor died on Wednesday (26Aug09) at his home in Manhattan, according to his son, actor Griffin Dunne. Dunne, the author of An Inconvenient Woman and The Two Mrs. Grenvilles, was born in Connecticut in 1925 and began his career as a TV and film producer. He served in the Army during World War II and was awarded the Bronze Star for heroism. He shot to fame in the mid-1990s thanks to his insightful coverage of the O.J. Simpson trial. He wrapped up his coverage of the disgraced former American football icon in court last year (08) when he insisted on covering the kidnap and robbery trial, which ended with Simpson's incarceration, against doctors' orders. Dunne had travelled to Germany and the Dominican Republic for experimental stem cell treatments to fight his cancer in recent years and once revealed that he and the late Farrah Fawcett were in the same cancer clinic in Bavaria. He completed his final novel, Too Much Money, before his death. It is scheduled for release in December (09). Dunne was penning his memoirs when he died. Vanity Fair editor, Graydon Carter - a longtime friend, says, It is fair to say that the halls of Vanity Fair will be lonelier without him and that, indeed, we will not see his like anytime soon, if ever again. As a Vanity Fair writer, Dunne became famous for covering high-profile court cases and was a beloved raconteur and high-society interviewer and confidante Dunne's life was marred by tragedy - his actress daughter, Dominique, was murdered by her boyfriend in 1982. Dominick Dunne and Griffin Dunne 2006 Scenarios USA Real Deal Awards held at the Tribeca Rooftop New York City, USA - 15.11.06

Vanity Fair and Farrah Fawcett
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*file photo* Best-selling crime author {DOMINICK DUNNE} has lost his battle with bladder cancer, aged 83. The revered writer and Vanity Fair magazine contributor died on Wednesday (26Aug09) at his home in Manhattan, according to his son, actor Griffin Dunne. Dunne, the author of An Inconvenient Woman and The Two Mrs. Grenvilles, was born in Connecticut in 1925 and began his career as a TV and film producer. He served in the Army during World War II and was awarded the Bronze Star for heroism. He shot to fame in the mid-1990s thanks to his insightful coverage of the O.J. Simpson trial. He wrapped up his coverage of the disgraced former American football icon in court last year (08) when he insisted on covering the kidnap and robbery trial, which ended with Simpson's incarceration, against doctors' orders. Dunne had travelled to Germany and the Dominican Republic for experimental stem cell treatments to fight his cancer in recent years and once revealed that he and the late Farrah Fawcett were in the same cancer clinic in Bavaria. He completed his final novel, Too Much Money, before his death. It is scheduled for release in December (09). Dunne was penning his memoirs when he died. Vanity Fair editor, Graydon Carter - a longtime friend, says, It is fair to say that the halls of Vanity Fair will be lonelier without him and that, indeed, we will not see his like anytime soon, if ever again. As a Vanity Fair writer, Dunne became famous for covering high-profile court cases and was a beloved raconteur and high-society interviewer and confidante Dunne's life was marred by tragedy - his actress daughter, Dominique, was murdered by her boyfriend in 1982. Dominick Dunne attends the Vanity Fair Annual Tribeca Film Festival party at the New York State Supreme Courthouse New York, USA - 26.04.06

*file photo* Best-selling crime author {DOMINICK DUNNE} has lost his battle with bladder cancer, aged 83. The revered writer and Vanity Fair magazine contributor died on Wednesday (26Aug09) at his home in Manhattan, according to his son, actor Griffin Dunne. Dunne, the author of An Inconvenient Woman and The Two Mrs. Grenvilles, was born in Connecticut in 1925 and began his career as a TV and film producer. He served in the Army during World War II and was awarded the Bronze Star for heroism. He shot to fame in the mid-1990s thanks to his insightful coverage of the O.J. Simpson trial. He wrapped up his coverage of the disgraced former American football icon in court last year (08) when he insisted on covering the kidnap and robbery trial, which ended with Simpson's incarceration, against doctors' orders. Dunne had travelled to Germany and the Dominican Republic for experimental stem cell treatments to fight his cancer in recent years and once revealed that he and the late Farrah Fawcett were in the same cancer clinic in Bavaria. He completed his final novel, Too Much Money, before his death. It is scheduled for release in December (09). Dunne was penning his memoirs when he died. Vanity Fair editor, Graydon Carter - a longtime friend, says, It is fair to say that the halls of Vanity Fair will be lonelier without him and that, indeed, we will not see his like anytime soon, if ever again. As a Vanity Fair writer, Dunne became famous for covering high-profile court cases and was a beloved raconteur and high-society interviewer and confidante Dunne's life was marred by tragedy - his actress daughter, Dominique, was murdered by her boyfriend in 1982. Dominick Dunne The Museum Of Television and Radio's Annual Gala held at The Waldorf Astoria New York City, USA - 08.02.07

*file photo* Best-selling crime author {DOMINICK DUNNE} has lost his battle with bladder cancer, aged 83. The revered writer and Vanity Fair magazine contributor died on Wednesday (26Aug09) at his home in Manhattan, according to his son, actor Griffin Dunne. Dunne, the author of An Inconvenient Woman and The Two Mrs. Grenvilles, was born in Connecticut in 1925 and began his career as a TV and film producer. He served in the Army during World War II and was awarded the Bronze Star for heroism. He shot to fame in the mid-1990s thanks to his insightful coverage of the O.J. Simpson trial. He wrapped up his coverage of the disgraced former American football icon in court last year (08) when he insisted on covering the kidnap and robbery trial, which ended with Simpson's incarceration, against doctors' orders. Dunne had travelled to Germany and the Dominican Republic for experimental stem cell treatments to fight his cancer in recent years and once revealed that he and the late Farrah Fawcett were in the same cancer clinic in Bavaria. He completed his final novel, Too Much Money, before his death. It is scheduled for release in December (09). Dunne was penning his memoirs when he died. Vanity Fair editor, Graydon Carter - a longtime friend, says, It is fair to say that the halls of Vanity Fair will be lonelier without him and that, indeed, we will not see his like anytime soon, if ever again. As a Vanity Fair writer, Dunne became famous for covering high-profile court cases and was a beloved raconteur and high-society interviewer and confidante Dunne's life was marred by tragedy - his actress daughter, Dominique, was murdered by her boyfriend in 1982. Dominick Dunne World premiere of The Good Shepherd at the Ziegfeld Theatre - Arrivals New York City, USA - 11.12.06

*file photo* Best-selling crime author {DOMINICK DUNNE} has lost his battle with bladder cancer, aged 83. The revered writer and Vanity Fair magazine contributor died on Wednesday (26Aug09) at his home in Manhattan, according to his son, actor Griffin Dunne. Dunne, the author of An Inconvenient Woman and The Two Mrs. Grenvilles, was born in Connecticut in 1925 and began his career as a TV and film producer. He served in the Army during World War II and was awarded the Bronze Star for heroism. He shot to fame in the mid-1990s thanks to his insightful coverage of the O.J. Simpson trial. He wrapped up his coverage of the disgraced former American football icon in court last year (08) when he insisted on covering the kidnap and robbery trial, which ended with Simpson's incarceration, against doctors' orders. Dunne had travelled to Germany and the Dominican Republic for experimental stem cell treatments to fight his cancer in recent years and once revealed that he and the late Farrah Fawcett were in the same cancer clinic in Bavaria. He completed his final novel, Too Much Money, before his death. It is scheduled for release in December (09). Dunne was penning his memoirs when he died. Vanity Fair editor, Graydon Carter - a longtime friend, says, It is fair to say that the halls of Vanity Fair will be lonelier without him and that, indeed, we will not see his like anytime soon, if ever again. As a Vanity Fair writer, Dunne became famous for covering high-profile court cases and was a beloved raconteur and high-society interviewer and confidante Dunne's life was marred by tragedy - his actress daughter, Dominique, was murdered by her boyfriend in 1982. Dominick Dunne The Department of Justice held its annual National Crime Victims Rights Week candlelight vigil. The Keynote speaker was 'Vanity Fair' columnist Dominick Dunne whose daughter was strangled by a former boyfriend. Washington DC, USA - 10.04.08

attends the 2008 Vanity Fair Tribeca Film Festival Opening Night Party, held at State Supreme Courthouse. - New York City, USA - Tuesday 22nd April 2008

2008 Tribeca Film Festival Vanity Fair Party at the State Supreme Courthouse - New York City, USA - Tuesday 22nd April 2008

2008 Tribeca Film Festival Vanity Fair Party at the State Supreme Courthouse - New York City, USA - Tuesday 22nd April 2008

2008 Tribeca Film Festival Vanity Fair Party at the State Supreme Courthouse - New York City, USA - Tuesday 22nd April 2008

Hillary Clinton addressed the National Newspapers Publishers Association Foundation at Washington Hilton - Washington DC, USA - Wednesday 12th March 2008

Hillary Clinton addressed the National Newspapers Publishers Association Foundation at Washington Hilton - Washington DC, USA - Wednesday 12th March 2008

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