Jean Ray is a pseudonym of Belgian writer Raymundus Joannes de Kremer, who was known for his macabre tales. Ray’s most famous works include Les Contes du Whisky, Le Grand Nocturne, and the Ghouls in my Grave series. Jean Ray was born on July 8, 1887 in Belgium. His 1943 macabre novel, Malpertuis, was made into a 1971 film starring Orson Welles. He served a prison sentence for embezzlement. During his time behind bars, he wrote The Shadowy Street and The Mainz Psalter. Scroll below and check our most recent updates about Jean Ray Net Worth, Salary, Biography, Age, Career, Wiki. Also discover more details information about Current Net worth as well as Monthly/Year Salary, Expense, Income Reports!

His father was a low-level port official in Ghent, Belgium, and his mother was the director of a girls’ school. He has not shared about He's parent's name. We will update Family, Sibling, Spouse and Children's information. Right now, we don't have much information about Education Life.

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First NameJean
Last NameRay
ProfessionNovelist
DiedSep 17, 1964 ( age 77)
Birthday & Zodiac
Birth SignCancer
Birth DateJuly 8, 1887
BirthdayJuly 8
Birth PlaceBelgium
CountryBelgium
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He wrote a series of detective stories called The Adventures of Harry Dickson, the American Sherlock Holmes. These stories were based upon a series of German tales. You may read full biography about Jean Ray Biography & Net Worth

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Income SourcePrimary Income source Novelist (profession).

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