John Michael Crichton (; October 23, 1942 – November 4, 2008) was an American author and filmmaker. He is a graduate of Harvard Medical School but declined to become a medical doctor. His books have sold over 200 million copies worldwide, and over a dozen have been adapted into films.His literary works are usually within the science fiction, techno-thriller, and medical fiction genres, and heavily feature technology. His novels often explore that technology and failures of human interaction with it, especially resulting in catastrophes with biotechnology. Many of his novels have medical or scientific underpinnings, reflecting his medical training and scientific background.

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  • John Michael Crichton (; October 23, 1942 – November 4, 2008) was an American author and filmmaker. He is a graduate of Harvard Medical School but declined to become a medical doctor. His books have sold over 200 million copies worldwide, and over a dozen have been adapted into films.His literary works are usually within the science fiction, techno-thriller, and medical fiction genres, and heavily feature technology. His novels often explore that technology and failures of human interaction with it, especially resulting in catastrophes with biotechnology. Many of his novels have medical or scientific underpinnings, reflecting his medical training and scientific background. He wrote, among other works, The Andromeda Strain (1969), The Great Train Robbery (1975), Congo (1980), Sphere (1987), Jurassic Park (1990), Rising Sun (1992), Disclosure (1994), The Lost World (1995), Airframe (1996), Timeline (1999), Prey (2002), State of Fear (2004), and Next (2006). Films he wrote and directed included Westworld (1973), Coma (1978), The Great Train Robbery (1979), Looker (1981), and Runaway (1984). (en)
  • John Michael Crichton (; October 23, 1942 – November 4, 2008) was an American author and filmmaker. He was a graduate of Harvard Medical School but declined to become a medical doctor. His books have sold over 200 million copies worldwide, and over a dozen have been adapted into films. His literary works are usually within the science fiction, techno-thriller, and medical fiction genres, and heavily feature technology. His novels often explore that technology and failures of human interaction with it, especially resulting in catastrophes with biotechnology. Many of his novels have medical or scientific underpinnings, reflecting his medical training and scientific background. He wrote, among other works, The Andromeda Strain (1969), The Great Train Robbery (1975), Congo (1980), Sphere (1987), Jurassic Park (1990), Rising Sun (1992), Disclosure (1994), The Lost World (1995), Airframe (1996), Timeline (1999), Prey (2002), State of Fear (2004), and Next (2006). Films he wrote and directed included Westworld (1973), Coma (1978), The Great Train Robbery (1979), Looker (1981), and Runaway (1984). (en)
  • John Michael Crichton (; October 23, 1942 – November 4, 2008) was an American author and filmmaker. He was a graduate of Harvard Medical School but declined to become a medical doctor. His books have sold over 200 million copies worldwide, and over a dozen have been adapted into films. His literary works are usually within the science fiction, techno-thriller, and medical fiction genres, and heavily feature technology. His novels often explore that technology and failures of human interaction with it, especially resulting in catastrophes with biotechnology. Many of his novels have medical or scientific underpinnings, reflecting his medical training and scientific background. Crichton was born in Chicago in 1942. Crichton attended Harvard Medical School. He wrote, among other works, The Andromeda Strain (1969), The Great Train Robbery (1975), Congo (1980), Sphere (1987), Jurassic Park (1990), Rising Sun (1992), Disclosure (1994), The Lost World (1995), Airframe (1996), Timeline (1999), Prey (2002), State of Fear (2004), and Next (2006). Films he wrote and directed included Westworld (1973), Coma (1978), The Great Train Robbery (1979), Looker (1981), and Runaway (1984). (en)
  • John Michael Crichton (; October 23, 1942 – November 4, 2008) was an American author and filmmaker. He was a graduate of Harvard Medical School but declined to become a medical doctor. His books have sold over 200 million copies worldwide, and over a dozen have been adapted into films. His literary works are usually within the science fiction, techno-thriller, and medical fiction genres, and heavily feature technology. His novels often explore that technology and failures of human interaction with it, especially resulting in catastrophes with biotechnology. Many of his novels have medical or scientific underpinnings, reflecting his medical training and scientific background. Crichton was born in Chicago in 1942. Crichton attended Harvard Medical School. He wrote, among other works, The Andromeda Strain (1969), The Great Train Robbery (1975), Congo (1980), Sphere (1987), Jurassic Park (1990), Rising Sun (1992), Disclosure (1994), The Lost World (1995), Airframe (1996), Timeline (1999), Prey (2002), State of Fear (2004), and Next (2006). Films he wrote and directed included Westworld (1973), Coma (1978), The Great Train Robbery (1979), Looker (1981), and Runaway (1984). Crichton was also involved in the film industry. In 1973, he wrote and directed Westworld, the first film to utilize 2D . (en)
  • John Michael Crichton (; October 23, 1942 – November 4, 2008) was an American author and filmmaker. He was a graduate of Harvard Medical School but declined to become a medical doctor. His books have sold over 200 million copies worldwide, and over a dozen have been adapted into films. His literary works are usually within the science fiction, techno-thriller, and medical fiction genres, and heavily feature technology. His novels often explore that technology and failures of human interaction with it, especially resulting in catastrophes with biotechnology. Many of his novels have medical or scientific underpinnings, reflecting his medical training and scientific background. Crichton was born in Chicago in 1942. Crichton attended Harvard Medical School. He wrote, among other works, The Andromeda Strain (1969), The Great Train Robbery (1975), Congo (1980), Sphere (1987), Jurassic Park (1990), Rising Sun (1992), Disclosure (1994), The Lost World (1995), Airframe (1996), Timeline (1999), Prey (2002), State of Fear (2004), and Next (2006). Films he wrote and directed included Westworld (1973), Coma (1978), The Great Train Robbery (1979), Looker (1981), and Runaway (1984). Crichton was also involved in the film industry. In 1973, he wrote and directed Westworld, the first film to utilize 2D computer-generated imagery. (en)
  • John Michael Crichton (; October 23, 1942 – November 4, 2008) was an American author and filmmaker. He was a graduate of Harvard Medical School but declined to become a medical doctor. His books have sold over 200 million copies worldwide, and over a dozen have been adapted into films. His literary works are usually within the science fiction, techno-thriller, and medical fiction genres, and heavily feature technology. His novels often explore that technology and failures of human interaction with it, especially resulting in catastrophes with biotechnology. Many of his novels have medical or scientific underpinnings, reflecting his medical training and scientific background. Crichton was born in Chicago in 1942. Crichton attended Harvard Medical School. He wrote, among other works, The Andromeda Strain (1969), The Great Train Robbery (1975), Congo (1980), Sphere (1987), Jurassic Park (1990), Rising Sun (1992), Disclosure (1994), The Lost World (1995), Airframe (1996), Timeline (1999), Prey (2002), State of Fear (2004), and Next (2006). Crichton was also involved in the film industry. In 1973, he wrote and directed Westworld, the first film to utilize 2D computer-generated imagery. He also wrote or directed included Coma (1978), The Great Train Robbery (1979), Looker (1981), and Runaway (1984). (en)
  • John Michael Crichton (; October 23, 1942 – November 4, 2008) was an American author and filmmaker. He was a graduate of Harvard Medical School but declined to become a medical doctor. His books have sold over 200 million copies worldwide, and over a dozen have been adapted into films. His literary works are usually within the science fiction, techno-thriller, and medical fiction genres, and heavily feature technology. His novels often explore that technology and failures of human interaction with it, especially resulting in catastrophes with biotechnology. Many of his novels have medical or scientific underpinnings, reflecting his medical training and scientific background. Crichton was born in Chicago in 1942. Crichton attended Harvard Medical School. He wrote, among other works, The Andromeda Strain (1969), The Great Train Robbery (1975), Congo (1980), Sphere (1987), Jurassic Park (1990), Rising Sun (1992), Disclosure (1994), The Lost World (1995), Airframe (1996), Timeline (1999), Prey (2002), State of Fear (2004), and Next (2006). Crichton was also involved in the film industry. In 1973, he wrote and directed Westworld, the first film to utilize 2D computer-generated imagery. He also wrote or directed included Coma (1978), The Great Train Robbery (1979), Looker (1981), and Runaway (1984). Crichton died of lymphoma in 2008. (en)
  • John Michael Crichton (; October 23, 1942 – November 4, 2008) was an American author and filmmaker. He was a graduate of Harvard Medical School but declined to become a medical doctor. His books have sold over 200 million copies worldwide, and over a dozen have been adapted into films. His literary works are usually within the science fiction, techno-thriller, and medical fiction genres, and heavily feature technology. His novels often explore that technology and failures of human interaction with it, especially resulting in catastrophes with biotechnology. Many of his novels have medical or scientific underpinnings, reflecting his medical training and scientific background. Crichton was born in Chicago in 1942. Crichton attended Harvard Medical School. He wrote, among other works, The Andromeda Strain (1969), The Great Train Robbery (1975), Congo (1980), Sphere (1987), Jurassic Park (1990), Rising Sun (1992), Disclosure (1994), The Lost World (1995), Airframe (1996), Timeline (1999), Prey (2002), State of Fear (2004), and Next (2006). Crichton was also involved in the film industry. In 1973, he wrote and directed Westworld, the first film to utilize 2D computer-generated imagery. He also wrote or directed Coma (1978), The Great Train Robbery (1979), Looker (1981), and Runaway (1984). Crichton died of lymphoma in 2008. (en)
  • John Michael Crichton (; October 23, 1942 – November 4, 2008) was an American author and filmmaker. He was a graduate of Harvard Medical School but declined to become a medical doctor. His books have sold over 200 million copies worldwide, and over a dozen have been adapted into films. His literary works are usually within the science fiction, techno-thriller, and medical fiction genres, and heavily feature technology. His novels often explore that technology and failures of human interaction with it, especially resulting in catastrophes with biotechnology. Many of his novels have medical or scientific underpinnings, reflecting his medical training and scientific background. Crichton was born in Chicago in 1942. Crichton attended Harvard Medical School. He entered a medical residency, but left to focus solely on his writing. He wrote, among other works, The Andromeda Strain (1969), The Great Train Robbery (1975), Congo (1980), Sphere (1987), Jurassic Park (1990), Rising Sun (1992), Disclosure (1994), The Lost World (1995), Airframe (1996), Timeline (1999), Prey (2002), State of Fear (2004), and Next (2006). Crichton was also involved in the film industry. In 1973, he wrote and directed Westworld, the first film to utilize 2D computer-generated imagery. He also wrote or directed Coma (1978), The Great Train Robbery (1979), Looker (1981), and Runaway (1984). Crichton died of lymphoma in 2008. (en)
  • John Michael Crichton (; October 23, 1942 – November 4, 2008) was an American author and filmmaker. He was a graduate of Harvard Medical School but declined to become a medical doctor. His books have sold over 200 million copies worldwide, and over a dozen have been adapted into films. His literary works are usually within the science fiction, techno-thriller, and medical fiction genres, and heavily feature technology. His novels often explore that technology and failures of human interaction with it, especially resulting in catastrophes with biotechnology. Many of his novels have medical or scientific underpinnings, reflecting his medical training and scientific background. Crichton was born in Chicago in 1942. Crichton attended Harvard Medical School. He entered a medical residency, but left to focus solely on his writing. Although initially writing under a pseudonym, he wrote, among other works, The Andromeda Strain (1969), The Great Train Robbery (1975), Congo (1980), Sphere (1987), Jurassic Park (1990), Rising Sun (1992), Disclosure (1994), The Lost World (1995), Airframe (1996), Timeline (1999), Prey (2002), State of Fear (2004), and Next (2006). Crichton was also involved in the film industry. In 1973, he wrote and directed Westworld, the first film to utilize 2D computer-generated imagery. He also wrote or directed Coma (1978), The Great Train Robbery (1979), Looker (1981), and Runaway (1984). Crichton died of lymphoma in 2008. (en)
  • John Michael Crichton (; October 23, 1942 – November 4, 2008) was an American author and filmmaker. He was a graduate of Harvard Medical School but declined to become a medical doctor. His books have sold over 200 million copies worldwide, and over a dozen have been adapted into films. His literary works are usually within the science fiction, techno-thriller, and medical fiction genres, and heavily feature technology. His novels often explore that technology and failures of human interaction with it, especially resulting in catastrophes with biotechnology. Many of his novels have medical or scientific underpinnings, reflecting his medical training and scientific background. Crichton was born in Chicago in 1942. Crichton attended Harvard Medical School. He entered a medical residency, but left to focus solely on his writing. Although initially writing under a pseudonym, he wrote 26 novels, incluidng The Andromeda Strain (1969), The Great Train Robbery (1975), Congo (1980), Sphere (1987), Jurassic Park (1990), Rising Sun (1992), Disclosure (1994), The Lost World (1995), Airframe (1996), Timeline (1999), Prey (2002), State of Fear (2004), and Next (2006). Crichton was also involved in the film industry. In 1973, he wrote and directed Westworld, the first film to utilize 2D computer-generated imagery. He also wrote or directed Coma (1978), The Great Train Robbery (1979), Looker (1981), and Runaway (1984). Crichton died of lymphoma in 2008. (en)
  • John Michael Crichton (; October 23, 1942 – November 4, 2008) was an American author and filmmaker. He was a graduate of Harvard Medical School but declined to become a medical doctor. His books have sold over 200 million copies worldwide, and over a dozen have been adapted into films. His literary works are usually within the science fiction, techno-thriller, and medical fiction genres, and heavily feature technology. His novels often explore that technology and failures of human interaction with it, especially resulting in catastrophes with biotechnology. Many of his novels have medical or scientific underpinnings, reflecting his medical training and scientific background. Crichton was born in Chicago in 1942. Crichton attended Harvard Medical School. He entered a medical residency, but left to focus solely on his writing. Although initially writing under a pseudonym, he wrote 26 novels, incluidng The Andromeda Strain (1969), The Great Train Robbery (1975), Congo (1980), Sphere (1987), Jurassic Park (1990), Rising Sun (1992), Disclosure (1994), The Lost World (1995), Airframe (1996), Timeline (1999), Prey (2002), State of Fear (2004), and Next (2006). Crichton was also involved in the film industry. In 1973, he wrote and directed Westworld, the first film to utilize 2D computer-generated imagery. He also wrote or directed Coma (1978), The Great Train Robbery (1979), Looker (1981), and Runaway (1984). Crichton died of lymphoma in 2008. Three novels, in various states of completion, have since been published posthumously. (en)
  • John Michael Crichton (; October 23, 1942 – November 4, 2008) was an American author and filmmaker. His books have sold over 200 million copies worldwide, and over a dozen have been adapted into films. His literary works are usually within the science fiction, techno-thriller, and medical fiction genres, and heavily feature technology. His novels often explore that technology and failures of human interaction with it, especially resulting in catastrophes with biotechnology. Many of his novels have medical or scientific underpinnings, reflecting his medical training and scientific background. Crichton was born in Chicago in 1942. Crichton attended Harvard Medical School. He entered a medical residency, but left to focus solely on his writing. Although initially writing under a pseudonym, he wrote 26 novels, incluidng The Andromeda Strain (1969), The Great Train Robbery (1975), Congo (1980), Sphere (1987), Jurassic Park (1990), Rising Sun (1992), Disclosure (1994), The Lost World (1995), Airframe (1996), Timeline (1999), Prey (2002), State of Fear (2004), and Next (2006). Crichton was also involved in the film industry. In 1973, he wrote and directed Westworld, the first film to utilize 2D computer-generated imagery. He also wrote or directed Coma (1978), The Great Train Robbery (1979), Looker (1981), and Runaway (1984). Crichton died of lymphoma in 2008. Three novels, in various states of completion, have since been published posthumously. (en)
  • John Michael Crichton (; October 23, 1942 – November 4, 2008) was an American author and filmmaker. His books have sold over 200 million copies worldwide, and over a dozen have been adapted into films. His literary works are usually within the science fiction, techno-thriller, and medical fiction genres, and heavily feature technology. His novels often explore that technology and failures of human interaction with it, especially resulting in catastrophes with biotechnology. Many of his novels have medical or scientific underpinnings, reflecting his medical training and scientific background. Crichton was born in Chicago in 1942. Crichton attended Harvard Medical School. He entered a medical residency, but left to focus solely on his writing. Although initially writing under a pseudonym, he wrote 26 novels, including The Andromeda Strain (1969), The Great Train Robbery (1975), Congo (1980), Sphere (1987), Jurassic Park (1990), Rising Sun (1992), Disclosure (1994), The Lost World (1995), Airframe (1996), Timeline (1999), Prey (2002), State of Fear (2004), and Next (2006). Crichton was also involved in the film industry. In 1973, he wrote and directed Westworld, the first film to utilize 2D computer-generated imagery. He also wrote or directed Coma (1978), The Great Train Robbery (1979), Looker (1981), and Runaway (1984). Crichton died of lymphoma in 2008. Three novels, in various states of completion, have since been published posthumously. (en)
  • John Michael Crichton (; October 23, 1942 – November 4, 2008) was an American author and filmmaker. His books have sold over 200 million copies worldwide, and over a dozen have been adapted into films. His literary works are usually within the science fiction, techno-thriller, and medical fiction genres, and heavily feature technology. His novels often explore that technology and failures of human interaction with it, especially resulting in catastrophes with biotechnology. Many of his novels have medical or scientific underpinnings, reflecting his medical training and scientific background. Crichton was born in Chicago in 1942. Crichton attended Harvard Medical School. He entered a medical residency, but left to focus solely on his writing. Although initially writing under a pseudonym, he wrote 26 novels, including The Andromeda Strain (1969), The Great Train Robbery (1975), Congo (1980), Sphere (1987), Jurassic Park (1990), Rising Sun (1992), Disclosure (1994), The Lost World (1995), Airframe (1996), Timeline (1999), Prey (2002), State of Fear (2004), and Next (2006). Crichton was also involved in the film industry. In 1973, he wrote and directed Westworld, the first film to utilize 2D computer-generated imagery. He also directed Coma (1978), The Great Train Robbery (1979), Looker (1981), and Runaway (1984). Crichton died of lymphoma in 2008. Three novels, in various states of completion, have since been published posthumously. (en)
  • John Michael Crichton (; October 23, 1942 – November 4, 2008) was an American author and filmmaker. His books have sold over 200 million copies worldwide, and over a dozen have been adapted into films. His literary works are usually within the science fiction, techno-thriller, and medical fiction genres, and heavily feature technology. His novels often explore that technology and failures of human interaction with it, especially resulting in catastrophes with biotechnology. Many of his novels have medical or scientific underpinnings, reflecting his medical training and scientific background. Crichton was born in Chicago in 1942. Crichton attended Harvard Medical School. He entered a medical residency, but left to focus solely on his writing. Although initially writing under a pseudonym, he wrote 26 novels, including The Andromeda Strain (1969), The Great Train Robbery (1975), Congo (1980), Sphere (1987), Jurassic Park (1990), Rising Sun (1992), Disclosure (1994), The Lost World (1995), Airframe (1996), Timeline (1999), Prey (2002), State of Fear (2004), and Next (2006). Crichton was also involved in the film industry. In 1973, he wrote and directed Westworld, the first film to utilize 2D computer-generated imagery. He also wrote or directed Coma (1978), The First Great Train Robbery (1979), Looker (1981), and Runaway (1984). Crichton died of lymphoma in 2008. Three novels, in various states of completion, have since been published posthumously. (en)
  • John Michael Crichton (; October 23, 1942 – November 4, 2008) was an American author and filmmaker. His books have sold over 200 million copies worldwide, and over a dozen have been adapted into films. His literary works are usually within the science fiction, techno-thriller, and medical fiction genres, and heavily feature technology. His novels often explore that technology and failures of human interaction with it, especially resulting in catastrophes with biotechnology. Many of his novels have medical or scientific underpinnings, reflecting his medical training and scientific background. Crichton was born in Chicago in 1942. Crichton attended Harvard Medical School. He entered a medical residency, but left to focus solely on his writing. Although initially writing under a pseudonym, he wrote 26 novels, including The Andromeda Strain (1969), The Great Train Robbery (1975), Congo (1980), Sphere (1987), Jurassic Park (1990), Rising Sun (1992), Disclosure (1994), The Lost World (1995), Airframe (1996), Timeline (1999), Prey (2002), State of Fear (2004), and Next (2006). Crichton was also involved in the film industry. In 1973, he wrote and directed Westworld, the first film to utilize 2D computer-generated imagery. He also wrote and directed Coma (1978), The First Great Train Robbery (1979), Looker (1981), and Runaway (1984). Crichton died of lymphoma in 2008. Three novels, in various states of completion, have since been published posthumously. (en)
  • John Michael Crichton (; October 23, 1942 – November 4, 2008) was an American author and filmmaker. His books have sold over 200 million copies worldwide, and over a dozen have been adapted into films. His literary works are usually within the science fiction, techno-thriller, and medical fiction genres, and heavily feature technology. His novels often explore that technology and failures of human interaction with it, especially resulting in catastrophes with biotechnology. Many of his novels have medical or scientific underpinnings, reflecting his medical training and scientific background. Crichton received an M.D. from Harvard Medical School in 1969 but did not practice medicine, choosing to focus on his writing instead. Initially writing under a pseudonym, he eventually wrote 26 novels, including The Andromeda Strain (1969), The Great Train Robbery (1975), Congo (1980), Sphere (1987), Jurassic Park (1990), Rising Sun (1992), Disclosure (1994), The Lost World (1995), Airframe (1996), Timeline (1999), Prey (2002), State of Fear (2004), and Next (2006). Several novels, in various states of completion, were published after his death in 2008. Crichton was also involved in the film and television industry. In 1973, he wrote and directed Westworld, the first film to utilize 2D computer-generated imagery. He also wrote and directed Coma (1978), The First Great Train Robbery (1979), Looker (1981), and Runaway (1984). He was the creator of the television series ER (1994–2009) and several of his novels were adapted into movies, most notably the Jurassic Park franchise. (en)
  • John Michael Crichton (; October 23, 1942 – November 4, 2008) was an American author and filmmaker. His books have sold over 200 million copies worldwide, and over a dozen have been adapted into films. His literary works are usually within the science fiction, techno-thriller, and medical fiction genres, and heavily feature technology. His novels often explore that technology and failures of human interaction with it, especially resulting in catastrophes with biotechnology. Many of his novels have medical or scientific underpinnings, reflecting his medical training and scientific background. Crichton received an M.D. from Harvard Medical School in 1969 but did not practice medicine, choosing to focus on his writing instead. Initially writing under a pseudonym, he eventually wrote 26 novels, including The Andromeda Strain (1969), The Great Train Robbery (1975), Congo (1980), Sphere (1987), Jurassic Park (1990), Rising Sun (1992), Disclosure (1994), The Lost World (1995), Airframe (1996), Timeline (1999), Prey (2002), State of Fear (2004), and Next (2006). Several novels, in various states of completion, were published after his death in 2008. Crichton was also involved in the film and television industry. In 1973, he wrote and directed Westworld, the first film to utilize 2D computer-generated imagery. He also directed Coma (1978), The First Great Train Robbery (1979), Looker (1981), and Runaway (1984). He was the creator of the television series ER (1994–2009) and several of his novels were adapted into movies, most notably the Jurassic Park franchise. (en)
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  • John Michael Crichton (; October 23, 1942 – November 4, 2008) was an American author and filmmaker. He was a graduate of Harvard Medical School but declined to become a medical doctor. His books have sold over 200 million copies worldwide, and over a dozen have been adapted into films. His literary works are usually within the science fiction, techno-thriller, and medical fiction genres, and heavily feature technology. His novels often explore that technology and failures of human interaction with it, especially resulting in catastrophes with biotechnology. Many of his novels have medical or scientific underpinnings, reflecting his medical training and scientific background. (en)
  • John Michael Crichton (; October 23, 1942 – November 4, 2008) was an American author and filmmaker. His books have sold over 200 million copies worldwide, and over a dozen have been adapted into films. His literary works are usually within the science fiction, techno-thriller, and medical fiction genres, and heavily feature technology. His novels often explore that technology and failures of human interaction with it, especially resulting in catastrophes with biotechnology. Many of his novels have medical or scientific underpinnings, reflecting his medical training and scientific background. (en)
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