Jacques Robert (27 June 1921 – 11 August 1997) was a French author, screenwriter and journalist.
Jacques Robert was born on 27 June 1921 in Lyon, France. He started his writing career as a journalist. In May 1945 Jacques Robert was the only Western journalist to descend into Hitler's bunker in Berlin, Germany. During his career he wrote more than 40 books and novels. Around 20 of his novels have been adapted for cinema, notably The Long Teeth directed by Daniel Gélin, Marie-Octobre directed by Julien Duvivier and Someone Behind the Door with Charles Bronson and Anthony Perkins. Jacques Robert was also a prolific screenwriter for film and television.
He died in Rouen in 1997 at the age of 76.
|Geburtsdatum:||27.06.1921 (♋ Krebs)|
|Berufe:||Journalist, Schriftsteller, Drehbuchautor,|