An American humorist and a screenwriter, Bruce Feirstein had some of the most iconic contributions in popular culture. One of his best works and undoubtedly the most famous was the James Bond series. His wit and sense of humour was appreciated by the public in his books such as Real Men Don't Eat Quiche and Nice Guys Sleep Alone. The former had been in the best seller list of the New York Times for 53 weeks.
"The distance between insanity and genius is measured only by success."
1995 was a major year for Feirstein as he got the opportunity of doing the screenplay for James Bond's Golden Eye. Two years later, he wrote the story as well as the screenplay for Tomorrow Never Dies which went on to become a blockbuster hit. In 1999, he again co-wrote the script for World Is Not Enough which proved to be another Box Officio Hit. He is one of the most successful screenwriter of America who has two twin children with Madeline Warren, his wife, who lives with him in Los Angeles. Bruce Feirstein quotes are often remarked upon for their wit and thoughtfulness.