Upton Sinclair

Writer, Producer

Writer, Producer


Upton Sinclair was born on September 20, 1878 in Baltimore, Maryland, USA as Upton Beall Sinclair. He was a writer and producer, known for There Will Be Blood (2007), The Wet Parade (1932) and Maiden No More. He was married to Mary Elizabeth Hard Willis, Mary Craig Sinclair and Meta Fuller. He died on November 25, 1968 in Bound Brook, New Jersey, ...
Birth date
1878-09-20
Death date
1968-11-25
Awards
1 nomination.

Known For


There Will Be Blood
There Will Be Blood
Writer (2007)
The Wet Parade
The Wet Parade
Writer (1932)
Maiden No More
Maiden No More
Writer
The Money Changers
The Money Changers
Writer (1920)
 

Activities


RoleTitleYear
WriterThere Will Be Blood
(novel "Oil!")
2007
WriterThe Magical World of Disney
(TV Series) (novel - 2 episodes) - The Gnome-Mobile: Part 2 (1978) ... (novel) - The Gnome-Mobile: Part 1 (1978) ... (novel)
1978
WriterThe Gnome-Mobile
(book)
1967
WriterDamaged Goods
(novel "Damaged Goods")
1937
WriterThe Wet Parade
(from the novel by)
1932
WriterJimmie Higgins
(novel "Jimmie Higgins")
1928
WriterThe Money Changers
(from the novel by)
1920
WriterKutató Sámuel1919
WriterAz elítélt1917
WriterThe Adventurer
(novel)
1917/II
WriterThe Jungle
(novel)
1914
RoleTitleYear
ProducerSergej Eisenstein. Mexikanische Phantasie
(Documentary) (producer - original project)
1998
ProducerQue Viva Mexico
(Documentary) (producer)
1979
ProducerTime in the Sun
(Documentary) (producer)
1940
ProducerDeath Day
(Short) (producer)
1934
ProducerEisenstein in Mexico
(Documentary) (producer)
1933
ProducerThunder Over Mexico
(producer)
1933
Producer¡Que viva Mexico!
(producer)
1932
ProducerThe Jungle
(executive producer)
1914
RoleTitleYear
SelfThe Jungle
Self
1914
RoleTitleYear
Archive footageInventing L.A.: The Chandlers and Their Times
(Documentary) Self
2009
Archive footageThe Great Depression
(TV Series documentary) Self California Gubenatorial Candidate
1993