Marshall Brickman (b. 1941) has written for film, television, and theater and is best known for his work with Woody Allen, co-authoring the films Sleeper, Annie Hall, Manhattan, and Manhattan Murder Mystery. With a television background, including work on Candid Camera, The Tonight Show, and The Dick Cavett Show, Brickman helped write The Muppet Show: Sex and Violence in 1974; the pilot included a comedic "Seven Deadly Sins" pageant. Decades later, in 2001, Brickman was hired to rewrite Anthony Minghella's screenplay for a more serious examination of The Seven Deadly Sins, a project which never reached fruition.

Brickman's other credits include For the Boys, with Bette Midler, and writing and directing the thriller The Manhattan Project.

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