1914 – Born on October 4th in Hartford, Connecticut. American critic and writer chiefly known for his work as critic of film, drama, and architecture for The New Yorker.
1936 – Married to Anne Barnard.
– Gill began writing for The New Yorker immediately after finishing college at Yale University.
1960-1967 – His witty essays often appeared anonymously in the magazine’s Talk of the Town column, and he served as staff film critic.
1968 – Was a drama critic for "The New Yorker".
1997 – Died on December 27th in New York, New York.