Nicholas Kazan

Nicholas Kazan (born 1950) is an American writer, producer and director. He is the son of director Elia Kazan and his first wife, playwright Mary Day Thacher (Molly) Kazan. He married Robin Swicord, a writer, producer, actress, and director in 1984. His daughter is the actress Zoe Kazan. Kazan, also a noted playwright, premiered his newest work, "Mlle. God" (2011), in Los Angeles with the "Ensemble Studio Theatre-LA". Kazan's "dark comedy" re-invents "Frank Wedekind"'s seminal “Lulu” character. He noted his inspiration came "most of all by "Louise Brooks"' luminous comic performance" of the character.

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