A. Scott Berg is an award-winning American biographer. He has authored biographies of Katharine Hepburn, Maxwell Perkins, Samuel Goldwyn, Charles Lindbergh and wife Anne Morrow Lindbergh.
Berg has won a number of awards for his books, including a National Book Award for “Max Perkins: Editor of Genius” (1979), a Guggenheim Fellowship for “Goldwyn: A Biography” (1989), and a Pulitzer Prize for “Lindbergh” (1999). His book on Katharine Hepburn, “Kate Remembered,” appeared in 2003 only weeks after her death. Berg also has contributed articles to many American magazines, including “Architectural Digest” and “Vanity Fair”.