Paul Sylbert

Production Designer, Film production designer

1928 –

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Who is Paul Sylbert?

Paul Sylbert is an American Academy Award-winning production designer, art director, and set designer who directed on occasion.

Born in Brooklyn, New York, Sylbert fought in the Korean War and attended the Tyler School of Art at Temple University in Elkins Park, Pennsylvania with his identical twin brother Richard. Early in their careers, they collaborated on Baby Doll and A Face in the Crowd. Sylbert also attended the Hans Hoffman School of Art and The Actors Studio. He is a veteran of the United States Army.

Television Design NBC: The Big Story, The Home Show, Cambell's Star Stage. 90 minute specials: The Ira Hayes Story, John Brown

NBC Television, Color Consultant

CBS: Songs for Sale, Molly Goldberg, Ford Theater, Danger, Suspense, Studio One, First regular network color broadcast

Feature Films: Art Direction/Production Design

Roogie's Bump

Baby Doll

The Wrong Man

A Face in the Crowd

Country Music Holiday

The Teenage Millionaire

Without Each Other

The Tiger Makes Out

The Riot

Bad Company

The Drowning Pool

One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest

Mikey and Nicky

Heaven Can Wait

Hardcore

Kramer vs Kramer

Resurrection

Wolfen

Blow Out

Witthout a Trace

Gorky Park

Firstborn

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Born
Apr 16, 1928
Brooklyn
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  • United States of America
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  • Temple University
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  • Brooklyn

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on July 23, 2013

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