biographer

[bahy-og-ruh-fer, bee-]
noun
a writer of someone's biography.

Origin:
1705–15; biograph(y) + -er1

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biography (baɪˈɒɡrəfɪ)
 
n , pl -phies
1.  an account of a person's life by another
2.  such accounts collectively
 
bi'ographer
 
n
 
biographical
 
adj
 
bio'graphic
 
adj
 
bio'graphically
 
adv

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Example sentences
But the biographer of today must beware of adopting the unripe formulas of any
  immature science.
The first illustration shows not the subject, but the biographer himself.
Her family was at her bedside when she died, according to her biographer.
It was true, among much else that was not, and this is the sort of thing to
  keep both biographer and reader alert.
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