Paul Soskin

Paul Soskin (February 23, 1905 – July 15, 1975) was a Russian-born British screenwriter and film producer. Soskin was born in Crimea, then part of the Russian Empire. His first few films in Britain were low-budget quota quickies, but his breakthrough came with the 1941 comedy Quiet Wedding starring Margaret Lockwood. In 1948 he produced director Roy Ward Baker's drama The Weaker Sex for Two Cities Films.[1]

Paul Soskin
Born23 February 1905
Died15 July 1975
OccupationProducer, Screenwriter
Years active1935 - 1958 (film)

His daughter Tatiana married Roddy Llewellyn.



  1. Mayer p.193-94


  • Mayer, Geoff. Roy Ward Baker. Manchester University Press, 2004.

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