Jean Didier Wolfromm
- Category : Entertainment-Radio-D.J.-Announcer
- Type : MGE
- Profile : 1/3 - Investigating / Martyr
- Definition : Single
- Incarnation Cross : RAX The Sleeping Phoenix 2
French writer, a journalist, critic and author of three novels; "Lueur de Plomb," 1963, "Diane Lanster," 1978,(Interallié prize) and "La Leçon Inaugurale," 1990.
The son of a prominent medical professor, Wolfromm was stricken by a poliomyelitis when he was six years old. He remained paralyzed and for the rest of his life he was tormented by eczema. He never married.
Graduating from the Ecole Nationale Des Arts Décoratifs, Wolfromm also was it’s director, 1986-89. Working as a journalist from 1964, he was one of the founders of the Magazine Littéraire. He was a sharp literary critic for various magazines, and had a post on radio’s Le Masque et la Plume (France-Inter).
Died in Paris on 1/26/1994 at 6:10 AM MET.