Marc Behm

Marc Behm

Marc Behm was born in 1925 in Trenton, New Jersey and served with the US army in Europe during WWII. After playing a variety of small parts in American television, he eventually made a name for himself as a screenwriter. Eye of the Beholder was his second novel and was made into a French film and then later an English language film starring Ewan McGregor. When he retired from screenwriting he published five more novels, including Afraid to Death.

Titles by Marc Behm

Afraid to Death by Marc Behm
The Eye of the Beholder

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