Michael Sayers (December 19, 1911 - May 2, 2010) was a poet, author, screen writer, and an "anti-fascist" journalist. He along with Soviet agent Albert E. Kahn edited The Hour. He was born in Dublin, Ireland of parents who were Lithuanian Jews. He knew T.S. Eliot and Eric Blair, better known as "George Orwell".
A favorite of the Jews in Hollywood and New York who disregarded his Communist sympathies, Sayers was allowed to write scripts for plays, television series, and films like Casino Royale.