At first Robert Ludlum began working on Broadway as an actor and then as a producer. He jokes that have been collected since the good actors in the armed forces, has had difficulty acting jobs. He also served in the Marines about how a soldier from 1945 to 1947.
Robert was a television star in 1950 with more than 200 dramas. He was a producer on the North Jersey Playhouse in 1957 and opened the Playhouse-on-the-Mall in Paramus in 1960.It is estimated that he wrote 300 plays.
Robert Ludlum was born in May 25,1,927 thousand in New York City, New York, but spent most of his childhood in New Jersey. His father, George Hartford Ludlum, a businessman, died when Robert was only seven years.
Robert was educated privately and at the Cheshire Academy, Connecticut. He has participated in high school plays, even if he really wanted a football quarterback.
Robert graduated in 1951 at WesleyanUniversity of Connecticut in Middleton. Robert and Mary Ryducha actress, married in 1951 and had three children. In 1970 he bought a country house on Long Island and a second home in Florida.
Although Robert Ludlum was a "closet writer" for many years, it was not until the age of 40 years who has always bored the entertainment world, he began writing his first novel. To support his family during this period has voice output.
Roberts' first novel, The Scarlatti inheritance "waspublished in 1971, after ten and waste was a best-seller immediately. He says that everyone has a story to tell, to write this novel is easy for him. The second novel has been more difficult.
Robert writes violent, quick books. And his letter says: "He captured the imagination of his readers from the front pages and keeps them immersed in history."
He died March 12, 2001. A ghost writer has continued his work. This notice was published as "The Tristan Betrayal", "Fromhis death, the estate of Robert Ludlum, an author and editor carefully selected to prepare and edit this work work for publication. "
Books by Robert Ludlum:
The Road to Gandolfo (1975) (with Michael Shepherd)
The road to Omaha (1992)
The Matarese Circle (1979)
The Matarese Countdown (1997)
The Bourne Identity (1980)
The Bourne Supremacy (1986)
The Bourne Ultimatum (1990)
The BourneLegacy (2004) (w / Eric Van Lustbader)
Bourne Betrayal (2007) (w / Eric Van Lustbader)
The penalty Bourne (2008) (w / Eric Van Lustbader)
The Bourne Deception (2009) (w / Eric Van Lustbader)
The objective Bourne (2010) (w / Eric Van Lustbader)
The reality Bourne (2011) (w / Eric Van Lustbader)
The Bourne Trilogy (omnibus) (2003)
The second Bourne Trilogy (omnibus) (2009) (w / Eric Van Lustbader)
The Hades Factor (2000) (w / Gayle Lynds)
KassandraCompact (2001) (w / Phillip Shelby)
The option of Paris (2002) (w / Gayle Lynds)
The Altman Code (2003) (w / Gayle Lynds)
The Lazarus Vendetta (2004) (w / Patrick Larkin)
The vector of Moscow (2005) (w / Keith Farrell, Patrick Larkin)
The Arctic Event (2007) (w / James H. Cobb)
The deal Infinity (2009) (w / James H. Cobb)
Stand Alone Novels:
Scarlatti Inheritance (1970)
The Osterman Weekend (1972)
The Matlock Paper (1973)
Trevayne (1973) (as JonathanRyder)
The cry of the Halidon (1974) (as Jonathan Ryder)
The exchange Rhinemann (1974) (as Jonathan Ryder)
The Gemini Contenders (1976)
The Chancellor Manuscript (1977)
The Holcroft Covenant (1978)
The Parsifal Mosaic (1982)
The Aquitaine Progression (1984)
The Icarus Agenda (1988)
The Scorpio Illusion (1993)
The Apocalypse Watch (1995)
The Prometheus Deception (2000)
The Sigma Protocol (2001)
The Janson (2002)
The TristanBetrayal (2003)
The Amber Alert (2005)
The Bancroft Strategy (2006)