Robert Enrico

Robert Enrico

director, writer, producer

Robert Enrico was born on Apr 13, 1931 in France. Robert Enrico's big-screen debut came with Au coeur de la vie directed by Robert Enrico in 1963. Robert Enrico is known for Au nom de tous les miens directed by Robert Enrico, Michael York stars as Martin Gray à 40 ans and Jacques Penot as Martin Gray, jeune. Robert Enrico has got 4 awards and 5 nominations so far. The most recent award Robert Enrico achieved is César Awards, France. The upcoming new movie Robert Enrico plays is Fait d'hiver which will be released on Apr 28, 1999.

Robert Enrico studied in Toulon and then in Paris where he graduated from Lycée Voltaire. He later enrolled in the famous film school IDHEC where he specialized in editing and directing. Until 1956 he was an active member of the Sorbonne's medieval group "Les Théophiliens". From 1956 to 1959 he did his military service within the Service Cinématographique des Armées. His shorts gave him critical acclaim very early in his career. Having become the maker of popular movies after an arty debut, he was awarded the best movie "César" for Le Vieux Fusil (1975) before becoming the long-time president of "L'Académie des Césars".

  • Birthday

    Apr 13, 1931
  • Place of Birth

    Liévin, Pas-de-Calais, France

Known For


4 wins & 5 nominations

César Awards, France
Best Film (Meilleur film)
Winner - César
Best Director (Meilleur réalisateur)
Winner - César
Best Screenplay, Original or Adaptation (Meilleur scénario, dialogue ou adaptation)
Winner - César
Prix Jean Vigo
Feature Film
Winner - Prix Jean Vigo
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