Jules Dassin Biography, Age, Weight, Height, Friend, Like, Affairs, Favourite, Birthdate & Other

Jules Dassin Biography, Age, Weight, Height, Friend, Like, Affairs, Favourite, Birthdate & Other

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This Biography is about one of the best Director Jules Dassin including his Height, weight,Age & Other Detail…

Biography Of Jules Dassin
Real Name Jules Dassin
Profession T V & Movie Producers, Directors
Nick Name Julius ‘Jules’ Dassin
Famous as Film Director, Producer
Nationality American
Personal life of Jules Dassin
Born on 18 December 1911
Birthday 18th December
Died At Age 96
Sun Sign Sagittarius
Born in Middletown, Connecticut, U.S.
Died on 31 March 2008
Place of death Athens, Greece
City Connecticut
Family Background of Jules Dassin
Father Samuel Dassin
Mother Berthe Vogel
Spouses/Partners Batrice Launer (1937-1962; divorced), Melina Mercouri (1966-1994; her death)
Children Joseph Ira, Dassin Richelle Dassin, Julie Dassin
Personal Fact of Jules Dassin

Jules Dassin was a distinguished American film director, actor, producer and screen writer who became a successful director in Europe after being blacklisted from Hollywood. His earlier association with the American Communist Party saw him becoming a subject of Hollywood blacklist during the mid-20th century. Dassin had to leave the US in 1953 and by that time he had already become successful in carving a niche in Hollywood directing noir films like Thieves Highway, The Naked City, Brute Force and Night and the City.

He moved to France and after struggling for a few years accepted to direct a low-budget film Rififi, which went on to become a huge success in France apart from garnering critical acclaim. The film fetched him the Best Director award at the 1955 Cannes Film Festival and also paved way for other opportunities. Some of his remarkable films followed including Never on Sunday, Topkapi, He Who Must Die and La Legge, of which the last two were joint efforts with the Greek actress Melina Mercouri who starred in many of his films and later became his better-half.

He also performed in many of his films. He directed Illya Darling, a Broadway musical. It was based on his film Never on Sunday and starred Mercouri, who received a Tony Award nomination for her performance. Dassin revived his career in Hollywood in the late 1960s with films like Uptight and Promise at Dawn.

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