Wyatt Cooper Biography
Birthday: September 1, 1927 (Virgo)
Born In: Quitman, Mississippi, United States
Wyatt Cooper was an American author, screenwriter, and actor. Born into a humble family of a small town in Mississippi, he later graduated in theater arts from the ‘University of California, Los Angeles’ (UCLA). Initially, he moved to New York and performed in the ‘Broadway’ play ‘The Strong Are Lonely.’ Later, he worked as a screenwriter in Los Angeles and wrote the screenplay of the movie ‘The Chapman Report’ and the TV movie ‘The Glass House.’ As an actor, he appeared in a few TV series. Cooper also worked as an editor for magazines in New York. He was close to his roots and published a book named ‘Families: A Memoir and a Celebration.’ He was the fourth husband of the heiress and socialite Gloria Vanderbilt. The couple had two sons, but the elder one, Carter, died at 23 years of age. Cooper died during an open heart surgery at the age of 50.