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Josef Skvorecký (1924–2012)


Josef Skvorecký was born on September 27, 1924 in Nachod, Czechoslovakia. He was a writer and actor, known for Sest cerných dívek aneb Proc zmizel Zajíc? (1969), Faráruv konec (1969) and Flirt se slecnou Stribrnou (1969). He was married to Zdena Skvorecka. He died on January 3, 2012 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. See full bio »

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 2010 Rytmus v patách (TV Movie) (short story)
 2009 Setkání v Praze, s vrazdou (TV Movie) (novel)
 2000 Prípady detektivní kanceláre Ostrozrak (TV Series) (novel - 6 episodes)
- Vrazda v zastoupení: part 2 (2000) ... (novel)
- Vrazda v zastoupení: part 1 (2000) ... (novel)
- Vrazda se zárukou: part 2 (2000) ... (novel)
- Vrazda se zárukou: part 1 (2000) ... (novel)
- Vrazda pro stestí: part 2 (2000) ... (novel)
 1998 Legenda Emöke (TV Movie) (book)
 1996 Poe a vrazda krásné dívky (TV Mini-Series) (written by)
 1996 Eine kleine Jazzmusik (book "Sedmiramenný svícen")
 1994 Prima sezóna (TV Mini-Series) (book "Prima sezóna" - 5 episodes)
- Hotel Pro Sourozence (1994) ... (book "Prima sezóna")
- Zamrízovany charleston (1994) ... (book "Prima sezóna")
- Májová kouzelnice (1994) ... (book "Prima sezóna")
- Zimní príhoda (1994) ... (book "Prima sezóna")
- Smutné podzimní blues (1994) ... (book "Prima sezóna")
 1992 Hríchy pro pátera Knoxe (TV Series) (novel - 10 episodes)
- Tretí vrchol trojúhelníku (1992) ... (novel)
- Mezi námi devcaty (1992) ... (novel)
- Podzimní romance (1992) ... (novel)
- Zenské za volantem (1992) ... (novel)
- Ruce s dlouhými prsty (1992) ... (novel)
 1991 Tankový prapor (novel)
 1969 Sest cerných dívek aneb Proc zmizel Zajíc? (screenplay) / (story)
 1969 Flirt se slecnou Stribrnou (novel "Lvíce")
 1968 Zlocin v santánu (as dr. Josef Skvorecky)
 1968 Tana a Dva Pistolnici (story - uncredited)
 1963 Revue pro banjo (TV Short)
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Personal Details

Other Works:

Unrealized screenplay "Irenka v mnohonásobném zrychlení" ("Multiply Accelerated Irene") co-authored with Zdena Skvorecká, based on short story "The New Accelerator" by H.G. Wells.

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Alternate Names:

dr. Josef Skvorecky
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Personal Quote:

I am a Czech and I am a loyal citizen of Canada. Canada is the country where, for the first time in my adult life, I found freedom, including the freedom to be a Czech and at the same time a Canadian. My real country is the Czech language, which is the tongue I learned from my mother. (2006 interview)

Trivia:

His most enduring character was an alter ego, Danny Smiricky, a jazz-loving admirer of Mark Twain. Danny appears in about half of Skvorecky's novels. He struggles - not always heroically - to maintain decency amid the terrors and indignities of totalitarian society. See more »

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