Robert Knuckle

Robert Knuckle, 2014 Robert Gordon Knuckle (February 15, 1935 – March 3, 2019) was a best-selling Canadian author, actor and playwright. He was a member of the Playwrights Guild of Canada. Knuckle was an educator for thirty-five years before he started writing full-time in 1992. He was an ACTRA award-winning author of ten books and two booklets.

Most of his books are about true crime and/or tales of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police who invested him as an honorary life member of their veterans association. He has also written for the stage, television, radio, and cinema. Nine of his thirteen-stage plays have been produced at major venues in Canada, USA, and in Europe, including the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. One of his true-crime books has been adapted into a movie which is presently in pre-production in Los Angeles.

He was a contributing researcher with Encyclopedia Titanica, specializing in Canada's role in retrieving the Titanic bodies from the sea and their burials in three Halifax graveyards.

Knuckle was also a prolific public speaker who has addressed over 200 service clubs. His topics included presentations about his books and plays and include a power-point presentation on ''Canada and the Titanic'' which deals with the aftermath of the ''Titanic'' tragedy. Provided by Wikipedia

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