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Simon died early Sunday of complications from pneumonia at New York Presbyterian Hospital in Manhattan, said Bill Evans, a longtime friend and spokesman for Shubert Organization theatres.
Starting with "Come Blow Your Horn" in and continuing into the next century, he rarely stopped working on a new play or musical. His list of credits is staggering. The theatre world quickly mourned his deathincluding Tony Award-winning actor and playwright Harvey Fierstein, who tweeted that Simon "could write a joke that would make you laugh, define the character, the situation, and even the world's problems.
The theatre has lost a brilliantly funny, unthinkably wonderful writer. And even after all this time, I feel I have lost a mentor, a father figure, a deep influence in my life and work.
Inhe had a Broadway theatre named after him when the Alvin was rechristened the Neil Simon Theatre. The previous year had seen a popular revival of "The Odd Couple," reuniting Nathan Lane and Matthew Broderick after their enormous success in "The Producers" several years earlier. In a interview with The Washington Post, Simon reflected on his success: There's no more money anyone can pay me that I need.
There are no awards they can give me that I haven't won. I have no reason to write another play except that I am alive and I like to do it," he said. Simon had a rare stumble in the fall ofwhen a Broadway revival of his "Brighton Beach Memoirs" closed abruptly after only nine performances because of poor ticket sales.
It was to have run in repertory with Simon's "Broadway Bound," which was also cancelled. The bespectacled, mild-looking Simon described in a New York Times magazine profile as looking like an accountant or librarian who dressed "just this side of drab" was a relentless writer — and rewriter.
He was a meticulous joke smith, peppering his plays, especially the early ones, with comic one-liners and humorous situations that critics said sometimes came at the expense of character and believability.
For much of his career, audiences embraced his work, which often focused on middle-class, urban life, many of the plots drawn from his own personal experience.
Simon received his first Tony Award in as best author — a category now discontinued — for "The Odd Couple," although the comedy lost the best-play prize to Frank D. Gilroy's "The Subject Was Roses. And there was a special achievement Tony, too, in Simon's own life figured most prominently in what became known as his "Brighton Beach" trilogy — "Brighton Beach Memoirs," ''Biloxi Blues" and "Broadway Bound" — which many consider his finest works.
Army to finally, on the verge of adulthood, a budding career as a writer. He was a Depression-era child, his father, Irving, a garment-industry salesman.Simon was the recipient of four Tony Awards, the Pulitzer Prize, the Kennedy Center honours (), four Writers Guild of America Awards and an American Comedy Awards Lifetime Achievement honour.
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