Prague’s 10 Most Famous Expats

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  1. Neil says:

    No mention of Keith Levene?

  2. chris says:

    what about the two Glenns??

  3. David Fraser says:

    So nobody really

  4. Morrígan Ní Boii says:

    What about Charlotte Fairman aka Charlie One?

  5. Ned says:

    I would have mentioned the American Gene Deitch, who came in the days of hard Communism to cooperate with the Bratri v triku animation studio ca. 1959 and ended up marrying a local woman from the studio and is still living in Prague. His work includes a series of Tom and Jerry cartoons that were made in Prague and he wrote his autobiography “For the Love of Prague”, a fascinating account of an American living through almost 4 decades of Communsm.

    • You’re right — he should’ve been in the list. I’ve actually read his autobiography too but he slipped my mind when I compiled the list. If I ever get round to updating it, I’ll be sure to include him. Thanks for the suggestion!
      All the best,

  1. 18 November, 2020

    […] moved to Prague in 2002. (Had I known, I’d definitely have included him in my contentious Prague’s 10 Most Famous Expats […]

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