Frances Ann Lebowitz, better known as Fran Lebowitz, is an American author and public speaker. Well-recognized for her sardonic social commentary on American life as filtered through her New York City sensibilities, she is in fact regarded by some critics as the modern Dorothy Parker. She was born on October 27, 1950 in Morristown, New Jersey, United States to parents Ruth Lebowitz and Harold Lebowitz.
Soon after she received GED, she was able to work in many odd jobs before she was hired by Andy Warhol as a columnist for Interview. Eventually, she earned notability when she had her first book Metropolitan Life in 1978. In 1981, it was followed by her bestselling collection of comedic essays Social Studies. She remains an influential personality these days.
According to Fran in one of her interviews, she resorts to running when it comes to keeping her body healthy and in good condition. She said, “I run. I have a cross-country-ski machine. I have a stationary bike. I started this when I was exactly 34 in an effort to keep pace with my smoking. The other option is not breathing. I do it six days a week for 45 minutes, not 46. Because I’m Jewish, I have no endorphins. The only thing I’m happy about is that I’m finished. I also walk everywhere. It’s the least annoying way to get around.”
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