An American multi-genre artist, Truman Garcia Capote wrote novels, scripts, plays, and even had acting role

Approximately at the age of eight, Capote started composing short stories.

Capote passed away on August 25, 1984, in Bel Air, Los Angeles.

Newton Arvin, a literary professor at Smith College, was Capote's first real collaborator.

Truman Capote, an American novelist didn't have children.

The cause of death was listed as "liver disease complicated by phlebitis and also multiple drug intoxication" in the coroner's examination report.

Truman Capote was an American author, and playwright with a $10 million net worth.

Books In Cold Blood, Summer Crossing, The Dogs Bark

Breakfast at Tiffany's is a novella by Truman Capote published in 1958.

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