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Michael Crichton
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Michael Crichton

Dr. John Michael Crichton (born October 23, 1942) is an author of science fiction novels and producer of films and television programs. Crichton received an M.D. degree from Harvard Medical School. While in medical school, he wrote novels under the pen names John Lange and Jeffery Hudson.

He is perhaps best known for writing Jurassic Park (1990) and The Andromeda Strain (1969), and has written many other books based on scientific themes. He also is the creator and executive producer of the television drama ER.

His other books include Prey (2002), dealing with a swarm of nano-robots out of control; Congo, about the search for industrial diamonds and a new race of gorillas; and Timeline, dealing with space-time travel and the 14th century.

Among his non-fiction works is Travels, which contains autobiographical episodes.

Table of contents
1 Family
2 Fiction
3 Non-Fiction
4 Directed Movies
5 Screenplay
6 Films based on work by Michael Crichton
7 TV Series
8 See also
9 External links

Family

Fiction

Non-Fiction

Directed Movies

Screenplay

Films based on work by Michael Crichton

TV Series

See also

science fiction: authors - novels - short stories - television shows

External links