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(Screenwriter, director, producer, comedian)

Relationship Facts of Buck Henry

Buck Henry is married to Sally Zuckerman.
He does not have any kids as of now.
Buck Henry is not having an affair with anyone presently.
His sexual orientation is straight.

What is the relationship of Buck Henry?

Buck was married to Sally Zuckerman. Similarly, they got married in the early 1960s. Furthermore, the pair met via Mike Nichols. The couple had no children and lived a blissful married life.

He was previously married to Irene Ramp.

Buck Henry: Biography in Details

Who is Buck Henry?

Buck Henry was an American writer, director, comedian, and producer. Buck Henry became famous for producing and directing numerous award-winning films.

Similarly, the veteran film producer died from a heart attack at Cedars Sinai Medical Center.

Buck Henry: Bio, Age, Parents, Siblings, Ethnicity, Education

Buck Henry was born in 1930, on December 9th. His birth name is Henry Zuckerman. Similarly, Buck was born in New York City, New York, United States. The screenwriter was 89 years old when he died.

Similarly, Buck Henry was an American citizen born under the zodiac sign of Sagittarius.

Moving on to his family, he was born to Ruth Taylor and Paul Steinberg Zuckerman. His father, Paul, was an Air Force Brigadier General and stockbroker. His mother, Ruth, was an actress who starred in the original Gentlemen Prefer Blondes.

Furthermore, he was known as Buck from boyhood. Later, in 1970, he legally changed his name to Buck Henry. The screenwriter came from a Jewish background.


Buck went on to attend The Choate School. It was an all-boys school. Similarly, Buck went on to attend a nearby high school.

Following his high school graduation, he attended Dartmouth College in New Hampshire. Buck earned a bachelor’s degree in English literature.


On January 8, 2020, the popular screenwriter died of a heart attack at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, aged 89. Similarly, the centre is based in Los Angeles.

Buck Henry: Professional life, Career

Buck Henry is a popular and successful filmmaker, screenwriter, producer, and comedian. Life with Father, a Broadway show, marked his acting debut.

Similarly, after graduating from college, he served in the army during the Korean War. He previously worked as a helicopter mechanic in West Germany.

After serving in the army, he pursued a career in performing and humor. Similarly, between 1959 and 1962, he appeared in public as G. Clifford Prout as part of an elaborate deception perpetrated by comic Alan Abel.

Bick quickly joined the cast of The New Steve Allen Show (1961) and the US version of That Was the Week That Was (1964-1965).

Screenwriting and Directing Career
Furthermore, the screenwriter co-created and wrote the secret agent comedy television series Get Smart (1965-1970). He and comedian Mel Brooks co-created the series.

Furthermore, the show became quite popular, lasted five seasons and 138 episodes, and won multiple Emmy awards.

His other screenwriting credits include the sex farce Candy (1968), the romantic comedies The Owl and the Pussycat (1970) and What’s Up, Doc? (1972), and the satire Catch-22 (1970).

He was also a scriptwriter for the thriller The Day of the Dolphin (1973), the comedy Protocol (1984), and the dark criminal drama To Die For (1995). He acted in almost 40 films after becoming successful as a screenwriter.

He played the lead in Taking Off (1971), as well as supporting roles in The Man Who Fell to Earth (1976), Gloria (1980), Eating Raoul (1982), Aria (1987), Tune in Tomorrow (1990), Defending Your Life (1991), Short Cuts (1993), and Grumpy Old Men (1993).

Henry also became well-known for his guest-starring and recurrent parts on television. Heaven Can Wait (1978) was co-directed. It was a remake of Here Comes Mr. Jordan, starring Warren Beatty.

Buck Henry Rumors, Controversy

Buck Henry has not been involved in any scandals or controversies. Similarly, the acclaimed screenwriter has kept a clean  profile and has avoided any difficulties or scandals.

Buck Henry: Net worth, Salary

Furthermore, Buck had a net worth of $5 million when he died.


Buck has garnered numerous accolades and nominations over his career, including the Golden Globe accolades (1993), Primetime Emmy Awards (1967), Writers Guild of America Awards (1968), British Academy Film Awards (1969), and many more.

Buck Henry: Body features, Height, Weight

Buck stood 5’10” tall and weighed 72 kg. Likewise, the screenwriter had white hair and dark eyes.

Social media

Buck Henry is not active on any social media networks, including Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

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