Joseph Losey
(1909-1984)

Died aged c. 75

Joseph Walton Losey III (January 14, 1909 – June 22, 1984) was an American theatre and film director, born in Wisconsin. After studying in Germany with Bertolt Brecht, Losey returned to the United States, eventually making his way to Hollywood. In the 1950s Losey was blacklisted in the United States and moved to Europe where he made the remainder of his films, mostly in the United Kingdom. Among the most critically and commercially successful were three films with screenplays by Harold Pinter, The Servant (1963), Accident (1967) and The Go-Between (1971).

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Joseph Losey film director lived here between 1966 and 1984

29 Royal Avenue, SW3, London, United Kingdom where they lived