George R. R. Martin American author and screenwriter

George R. R. Martin is a 73 years old American author and screenwriter from Bayonne, New Jersey. He was born on September 20, 1948 in Bayonne, New Jersey as George Raymond Martin.



George Raymond Richard Martin often referred to as GRRM is an American novelist and short story writer in the fantasy horror and science fiction genres as well as a screenwriter and television producer. He is best known for A Song of Ice and Fire his international bestselling series of epic fantasy novels that HBO adapted for its dramatic series Game of Thrones.
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His real name:
Birth name of George R. R. Martin is George Raymond Martin
Is George R. R. Martin still alive?

Yes, George R. R. Martin is still alive Last check: 11 months ago


George R. R. Martin Movies (11)

There are 11 movies of George R. R. Martin.

His first feature film was Marvel Studios: Assembling a Universe (2014, as Himself). He was 65 when he starred in this movie. Since 2014, he has appeared in 11 feature films. The last one is The Skin Trade. .

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George R. R. Martin movie characters

The names of the characters/jobs in the films he starred in are as follows:

George R. R. Martin TV Shows (16)

His first TV Show was The Twilight Zone (1985).

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Awards (14)

Awarded Ignotus Award for Best Foreign Novel in 2003 , awarded Nebula Award for Best Novelette in 1979 , awarded Locus Award for Best Novelette in 1982 , awarded Locus Award for Best Short Story in 1980 , awarded Hugo Award for Best Novella in 1974 ,


He graduated from Northwestern University, Medill School Of Journalism and Marist High School

What is George's zodiac sign?

George R. R. Martin zodiac sign is virgo.

Where does He lives?

He is living in Santa Fe.

When is Martin's next birthday?

George R. R. Martin was born on the , which was a Monday. He will be turning 74 in only 34 days from today (17 August, 2022).

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