Definition of biographer
: a writer of a biography
Recent Examples of biographer from the Web
Hirsch faces tough competition with at least a dozen other video legacy biographers offering similar services from New York to Arizona to California.
Alice Schroeder, a Buffett biographer, said in a 2012 Bloomberg documentary.
Paradoxically, as a number of Williams biographers have noted, Egan never went after Williams on the slugger’s personal life, in which there was a not inconsiderable amount of material.
Though far from uncritical, biographers of Jefferson in the postwar years up to, roughly, the early 1970s—scholars like Dumas Malone and Merrill Peterson—treated him with sympathy and celebrated his Enlightenment ideals.
In the upcoming biography The Duchess: The Untold Story, written by royal biographer Penny Junor with input from many of Camilla’s closest friends, new revelations have emerged about her longtime love affair with Prince Charles.
Perlstein, the Nixon biographer, said Watergate should stand as a warning to Trump not to overreach in trying to stop the leaks that have dogged his administration’s first few months.
When the lights went up, Goldwyn was wiping the tears from his eyes, according to his biographer A. Scott Berg.
During a meeting with royal biographer Andrew Morton, the princess spoke freely about the bittersweet implications of her second pregnancy.
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Definition of biographer for Students
: someone who tells the account of a real person's life
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