Andy Lewis, Oscar-Nominated Screenwriter of 'Klute,' Dies at 92

Andy Lewis, who shared an Oscar nomination with his brother for their original screenplay for Klute, which gave Jane Fonda her first Academy Award, has died. He was 92.

Lewis died Feb. 28 of natural causes at his home in Walpole, New Hampshire, his partner, France Menk, told The Hollywood Reporter.

In the 1950s and '60s, Lewis wrote for such TV shows as Hudson's Bay, Dr. Kildare, The Nurses, 12 O'Clock High, The Virginian and The F.B.I. and the historical anthology series Profiles in Courage.

Klute (1971), which he co-wrote with...

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