Delia Ephron is an American writer and producer. She is the sister of Nora, Amy, and Hallie Ephron. Delia was born in New York City to parents Henry and Phoebe Ephron, who were also screenwriters. Ephron is best known for her work as a screenwriter, writing for movies such as You’ve Got Mail (1998), The Sisterhood of the Travelling Pants (2005), and Bewitched (2005). She has also written many award-winning books such as The Girl with the Mermaid Hair (2010), How to Eat Like a Child (1979), and Siracusa (2016). Ephron co-authored Love, Loss and What I Wore with her sister Nora Ephron, which ran Off-Broadway for over two years and has played to sold out audiences around the world.
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