There is little biographical information available about Ellis St. Joseph. St. Joseph created the adult education drama department
at New York University and was a lecturer at Columbia University. Once a staff writer for Warner Bros., his film credits include
The Barbarian and the Geisha (1958),
The Christine Jorgensen Story (1970),
Flesh and Fantasy (1943),
Joan of Paris (1942),
Reno (1939), and
A Scandal in Paris (1946). Among his television credits are
Bob Hope's Chrysler Theater,
The Lloyd Bridges Show,
The Outer Limits, and
Playhouse 90, among others. Ellis St. Joseph died on August 21, 1993 in Beverly Hills, CA.
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