Fred Mustard Stewart

For other people named Fred Stewart, see Fred Stewart (disambiguation).
Fred Mustard Stewart
Born (1932-09-17)September 17, 1932
Anderson, Indiana, United States
Died February 7, 2007(2007-02-07) (aged 74)
New York City, United States
Occupation Writer
Nationality American
Genre Fiction, historical fiction, horror fiction, science fiction
Notable works The Mephisto Waltz, Six Weeks, Century, Ellis Island

Fred Mustard Stewart (September 17, 1932, Anderson, Indiana – February 7, 2007, New York City) was an American novelist. His most popular books were The Mephisto Waltz (1969), adapted for a 1971 film starring Alan Alda; Six Weeks (1976), made into a 1982 film starring Mary Tyler Moore; Century, a New York Times best-seller in 1981; and Ellis Island (1983), which became a CBS mini-series in 1984.

Stewart attended The Lawrenceville School in New Jersey, class of 1950. He graduated from Princeton University in 1954. He originally planned to be a concert pianist, and studied with Eduard Steuermann at the Juilliard School.


  1. The Magnificent Savages (1996) --> 1850s - 1860s
  2. The Young Savages (1998) --> 1880s - 1890s
  3. The Naked Savages (1999) --> 1897 - 1929
  4. The Savages in Love and War (2001) --> 1930 - 1941

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