Mamet [mam-it] Examples noun

  1. David (Alan),born 1947, U.S. playwright.

Examples from the Web for mamet Contemporary Examples of mamet

  • Mamet has been a force of nature all season, and her Shoshanna has emerged as much more than a Jewish American Princess-archetype.

    The Excellent Season 3 Finale of ‘Girls’ Caps Off Its Best Season Yet

    Marlow Stern

    March 24, 2014

  • As she prepares for opening night Feb. 19, Mamet talks to Janice Kaplan about selfishness, awkward sex and her famous father.

    Shoshanna No More: Zosia Mamet of ‘Girls’ On Her New Off-Broadway Play

    Janice Kaplan

    February 17, 2013

  • Does Mamet really begrudge a president or ex-president Secret Service protection?

    A Response to David Mamet on Gun Control

    Michael Tomasky

    January 28, 2013

  • Mamet again: Our current societal (as opposed to cultural) development is burdened by the presence of ‘Good Ideas.’

    David Mamet’s Right Turn

    David Frum

    May 9, 2012

  • Mamet is very much the product of the Hollywood conservative subculture—embattled, militant, and defiant.

    David Mamet’s Right Turn

    David Frum

    May 9, 2012

  • British Dictionary definitions for mamet Mamet noun

    1. David. born 1947, US dramatist and film director. His plays include Sexual Perversity in Chicago (1974), American Buffalo (1976), Glengarry Glen Ross (1983), and Oleanna (1992); films include House of Games (1987) and Spartan (2004)
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