Philippe Collas

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Philippe Collas (born 1957 in France) is a French writer and scriptwriter who is famous for his historical and criminal thrillers. As the great grand son of the man who arrested Mata Hari, Pierre Bouchardon, his biography about her is nowadays a reference.


In 1989, he is "Lauréat de la Villa Médicis Hors-Les Murs" for his work on King Ludwig the second. In 1991, he won the " Prix Anne Philipe", widow of the French famous actor, Gérard Philipe, an award for the most talented young theatrical writer. [1]




  1. ^ Le Monde, 01/4/1991; Paris-Match, january 1991
  2. ^ Sarah Emsley , Happy birthday at Edith Wharton
  3. ^ Brian Bosworth The American Enterprise Institute
  4. ^ The Times, London, November/10/ 2003. Adam Sage

External links[edit]

Philippe Collas at the Internet Movie Database