Director-writer Jean-Claude Tramont, whose credits include the Barbra Streisand-Gene Hackman film “All Night Long,” died Friday of cancer at his home in Los Angeles. He was 66.
Tramont is survived by his wife, former agent Sue Mengers. A private mass will be held in Paris at a later date.
A native of Brussels, Tramont was educated in and spent much of his life in Paris.
Aside from the 1981 Universal pic “All Night Long,” Tramont directed the 1986 HBO drama “As Summers Die,” which featured Bette Davis, Scott Glenn and Jamie Lee Curtis.
He wrote and adapted the screenplay for the 1977 Warner Bros./Columbia feature “Le Point de mire” and scripted Paramount’s 1973 Elizabeth Taylor-Henry Fonda starrer “Ash Wednesday.”