Bret Easton Ellis in 2010
Bret Easton Ellis (born March 7, 1964) is an American writer.
Ellis was born in Los Angeles, California to rich parents. He was raised in Sherman Oaks, Los Angeles. He attended schools for the rich and famous. He also attended Bennington College.
His first novel was Less Than Zero in 1985. His next novel was The Rules of Attraction in 1987.
Ellis's third novel was American Psycho in 1991. It made him famous. In 1998, it was still selling 25,000 copies a year. The novel was made into a movie in 2000. Christian Bale played the lead role.
In 1994, Easton's book of 13 related short stories, The Informers, was published. The stories were set in Los Angeles. Glamorama was published in 1998. Lunar Park was published in 2005.
- Less Than Zero (1985)
- The Rules of Attraction (1987)
- American Psycho (1991)
- The Informers (linked short stories, 1994)
- Glamorama (1998)
- Lunar Park (2005)