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Also Known As: Raphael Yglesias Died:
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Birth Place: New York City, New York, USA Profession: screenwriter, novelist

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1994:
Penned the screenplay adaptation of the play "Death and the Maiden"
2001:
Adapted the illustrated novel "From Hell" as a feature film
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After dropping out of high school, wrote first novel "Hide Fox, and All After"
1998:
Wrote adaptation of "Les Miserables" starring Liam Neeson and Geoffrey Rush
1993:
Adapted own novel "Fearless" for the screen
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father:
Jose Yglesias. Author. Born in 1919 in Florida; married Helen Bassine in 1950; divorced in 1992; died of cancer in NYC in November 1995.
mother:
Helen Yglesias. Editor, author. Born on March 29, 1915; was literary editor of <i>The Nation</i> from 1965 to 1969; married Jose Yglesias in 1950; began writing career in 1969; divorced Yglesias in 1992.
half-brother:
Lewis Cole. Screenwriter. Worked as Yglesias' writing partner on spec scripts for several years.

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"Hide Fox, and After All" Doubleday
"Work Is Innocent" Doubleday
"Game Player" Doubleday
"Hot Properties" Dutton
"Only Children" William Morrow
"Murderer Next Door" Crown
"Fearless" G.K. Hall & Co.
"Dr. Neruda's Cure for Evil" Warner Books
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