Author. Most famous for the novel "Brave New World," published in 1931. He was also a screenwriter, having written an adaptation of "Pride and Prejudice" which later starred Laurence Olivier. He had an interest in psychedelic drugs later in life, of which he wrote three books about that topic. He wrote 47 books throughout his writing career, and was blind from his Eton days (1916) until his death.
Bio by: Bona Rae Villarta