This Biography is about one of the best Short-story Writer Robert Bloch including his Height, weight,Age & Other Detail…
|Biography Of Robert Bloch|
|Real Name||Robert Bloch|
|Pofession||Novelists, Short Story Writers|
|Nick Name||Arleton Fiske, Will Folke, Nathan Hindin, E. K. Jarvis, Floyd Scriltch, Wilson Kane, John Sheldon, Collier Young|
|Famous as||Novelist, Short-story Writer|
|Personal Life of Robert Bloch|
|Born on||05 April 1917|
|Died At Age||77|
|Born in||Chicago, Illinois|
|Died on||23 September 1994|
|Place of death||Los Angeles, California|
|Family Background of Robert Bloch|
|Spouses/Partners||Eleanor Alexander (m. 1964-1994), Marion Ruth Holcombe (m. 1940-1963)|
1959 – Hugo Award for Best Short Story 1959 – E. Everett Evans Memorial Award for Fantasy and Science Fiction Work 1960 – Ann Radcliffe Award for Literature (Count Dracula Society) The Count Dracula Society was founded by Dr Donald A. Reed
who also founded the Academy of Science Fiction Fantasy and Horror Films. 1964 – Inkpot Award for Science Fiction 1965 – Third Trieste Film Festival Award (for The Skull) 1966 – Ann Radcliffe Award for Television (Count Dracula Society) 1973 – First prize La 2de Convention Du Cinema Fantastique De Paris (for Asylum) 1974 – Award for Service to the Field of Science Fantasy Los Angeles Science Fiction Society 1975. World Fantasy Award Life Achievement 1978 – Fritz Lieber Fantasy Award 1979 – Reims Festival Award 1984. Hugo Special Award for 50 years as a science fiction professional 1984 – Lifetime Career Award Atlanta Fantasy Fair 1985 – Twilight Zone Dimension Award 1989 – Bram Stoker Award Life Achievement 1993 – Once Around the Bloch: An Unauthorized Autobiography Bram Stoker Superior Achievement in Non-Fiction Special award at the first NecronomiCon. (After his death this award was renamed in his honor). 1994 – The Early Fears Bram Stoker Superior Achievement in a Fiction Collection 1994 –
|Personal Fact of Robert Bloch|
Robert Albert Bloch was an American writer of novels, short stories and screenplays of many famous television productions and film productions his works belonged mainly to the crime, horror, fantasy and sci-fi genre. He is most famously known as the man who wrote Psycho The Psycho being the most important work of his career, a thriller novel with twists and turns that sends shudders through the reader and jostle them with the lifelike imagery that his words create which took him to Hollywood.
After the film rights of the book was bought by Alfred Hitchcock and it was turned into a famous feature film, Bloch became a regular on the scene of television and film scriptwriting. Received no formal education beyond high school, his writing career lasted for over 60 years and he had 30 years of work experience in television and movies.
He started his literary livelihood by writing short stories for magazines like, Weird Tales, Amazing, Fantasti, The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, etc. He was recognized for his prolific contribution to the world of writing with awards like, Hugo Award, Edgar Allan Poe Award, World Fantasy Award, etc.
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