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Born: April 16, 1928 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Brooklyn, New York, USA Profession: production designer, director

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Oscar-winning art director who has worked several times with Robert Benton and Elaine May, among others. Sylbert made his sole directorial outing with the far-fetched psychodrama, "The Steagle" (1971). Twin brother of production designer Richard Sylbert. Paul worked with his wife Anthea, a production designer and costume designer on several movies between 1967 and 1976 prior to their divorce (she later collaborated with Paul's brother on well-known films such as "Chinatown").

Oscar-winning art director who has worked several times with Robert Benton and Elaine May, among others. Sylbert made his sole directorial outing with the far-fetched psychodrama, "The Steagle" (1971). Twin brother of production designer Richard Sylbert. Paul worked with his wife Anthea, a production designer and costume designer on several movies between 1967 and 1976 prior to their divorce (she later collaborated with Paul's brother on well-known films such as "Chinatown").

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  The Steagle (1971) Director
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Designed for NY City Opera Company
1971:
Directorial and screenwriting debut, "The Steagle"

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wife:
Anthea Sylbert. Costume designer, production executive. Divorced.

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brother:
Richard Sylbert. Production designer. Twin brother.

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