About Vince Waldron

Playwright, director and Emmy-winning writer Vince Waldron launched his theatrical career as a performer at Paul Sills' Story Theatre of Chicago, and was a member of the Second City National Touring Company and the Second City, ETC. He wrote and directed "American Splendor," based on stories by Harevy Pekar, as well as "Confessions of a Ladykiller," a dark comedy that won two Dramalogue Awards, for writing and direction, and a pair of Ovation nominations. Vince is also the author of three books: The Official Dick Van Dyke Show Book, Classic Sitcoms, and Be My Baby, the bestselling autobiography of pop legend Ronnie Spector.

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