Jean Negulesco (born Jean Negulescu; 26 February 1900 - 18 July 1993) was a Romanian-born American film director and screenwriter. Born in Craiova, he attended Carol I High School. In 1915 he moved to Vienna, in 1919 to Bucharest, where he worked as a painter, before becoming a stage decorator in Paris. In 1927 he went to New York City for an exhibition of his paintings, and settled there. In 1934 he entered the film industry, first as a sketch artist, then as an assistant producer, second unit director and in the late 1930s he became a director and screenwriter. He made a reputation at Warner Brothers by directing short subjects, particularly a series of band shorts featuring unusual camera angles and dramatic use of shadows and silhouettes. Negulesco's first feature film as director was Singapore Woman (1941). In 1948 he was nominated for an Academy Award for Directing for Johnny Belinda. In 1955, he won the BAFTA Award for Best Film for How to Marry a Millionaire
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Born 1900-02-26 (122 years ago) in Craiova, Dolj, Romania. Dead 1993-07-18 (93 years).
|Golden Globe Award for Best Picture (Johnny Belinda)||6th Golden Globe Awards||1948||Johnny Belinda|
|BAFTA Award for Best Film (How to Marry a Millionaire)||8th British Academy Film Awards||1955||How to Marry a Millionaire|
|DGA Award for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Feature Film (Three Coins in the Fountain)||7th Directors Guild of America Awards||1954||Three Coins in the Fountain|
|DGA Award for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Feature Film (Titanic)||6th Directors Guild of America Awards||1953||Titanic|
|Academy Award for Best Director (Johnny Belinda)||21st Academy Awards||1948||Johnny Belinda|
|Dusty Anderson(Gifta: 1946-07-21–1993-07-18)||1946-07-21||1993-07-18||Gifta|
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