Famed Jewish playwright Neil Simon passed away Sunday at the age of 91.
Simon was a prolific playwright and author with numerous successful plays and screenplays to his name, including Barefoot in the Park; Promises, Promises; and The Out-of-Towners.
A Pulitzer Prize winner, he also received three Tony Awards, a Golden Globe Award, the Kennedy Center Honor and numerous other accolades.
The Neil Simon Theatre in New York was named after him in 1983.
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