Austrian Writer best known for "People at a Hotel"
"Marriage always demands the greatest understanding of the art of insincerity possible between two human beings."
"A writer should always have some profession which brings him into close contact with the reality's of life."
"What I like about Hollywood is that one can get along by knowing two words of English -- SWELL and LOUSY."
"Worries are the most stubborn habits in the world. Even after a poor man has won a huge lottery prize, he will still for months wake up in the night with a start, worrying about food and rent."