Mailer, John Buffalo

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Mailer, John Buffalo Gender: M
Anthony Buffalo Mailer
born on 16 April 1978 at 08:28 (= 08:28 AM )
Place New York, New York, 40n43, 74w0
Timezone EST h5w (is standard time)
Data source
News report
Rodden Rating A
Collector: Scholfield
Astrology data s_su.18.gif s_aricol.18.gif 26°12' s_mo.18.gif s_leocol.18.gif 06°58 Asc.s_gemcol.18.gif 24°36'

John Buffalo Mailer (2013)
photo: StartEvo, license cc-by-3.0


American author, playwright, actor, producer, and journalist, also noted as the youngest child of novelist Norman Mailer and author Norris Church Mailer. He is a graduate of Wesleyan University. He has written several screenplays and is a freelance journalist. In 2006 he co-wrote The Big Empty (Nation Books, February ‘06) with his father.

Mailer founded Back House Productions in New York City with three other Wesleyan grads in October 2000. The following year, Back House became the resident theater company of The Drama Bookshop’s Arthur Seelan Theater, and developed, among many plays, the 2008 Tony winner for Best Musical, In The Heights.

In 2001, Mailer’s first play, Hello Herman, had its New York Premiere at the Grove Street Playhouse and nine years later, its West Coast Premiere at the Edgemar Center for the Arts in Los Angeles with him in the lead role. As a result Dramatists Play Services published the play in the Spring of 2010. John Mailer’s second play, Crazy Eyes, premiered in Athens, Greece in 2005.

Mailer portrays the character Robby Mancins, an options trader and the best friend of Shia Labeouf’s character Jake Moore, in Oliver Stone’s Wall Street 2: Money Never Sleeps. He has freelanced for Playboy, New York Magazine, Provincetown Arts, Lid, Stop Smiling, Corriera De La Sera, The Norman Mailer Review, ESPN Books and The American Conservative.

Mailer was selected as one of People Magazine's sexiest men alive in 2002. He lives in Brooklyn, New York with his wife/former assistant Claudine.

Link to Wikipedia biography


Source Notes

Sy Scholfield quotes "Personalities" by Judith Hall and Joseph P. Mastrangelo, The Washington Post, 17 April 1978, page B3.


  • Family : Childhood : Family noted
  • Vocation : Entertainment : Actor/ Actress
  • Vocation : Entertain/Business : Entertain Producer
  • Vocation : Writers : Columnist/ journalist
  • Vocation : Writers : Playwright/ script