Abraham "Abe" Einhorn was born on the Lower Eastside of New York City and married his childhood sweetheart. In World War II, he served in the Navy, a Sea B stationed in Okinawa. When he returned to New York, he began his theatre career. He spent 30 years backstage on some of the longest running plays on Broadway. His first play, Agatha Sue, I Love You, was produced by George Abbott and opened at the Henry Miller Theatre in New York City on December 14, 1966. After he retired, he spent his summers in East Hampton and the rest of the year in Laughlin, Nevada. Walking, gambling, reading and writing were his passions and he did all four everyday of his life.