Jean-Pierre Bouyxou was born in Bordeaux, Gironde, France on January 16, 1946. Bouyxou is a journalist, critic and filmmaker French. He also uses the pseudonyms Claude Razat, Jérôme Fandor, Georges de Lorzac, Elisabeth Bathory, Philarète de Bois-Madame, and Georges Le Goupier.
He writes articles for Vampirella, Sex Stars System, Zoom, Métal hurlant, L'Écho des savanes, Penthouse, Lui, Hara-Kiri, Paris Match, Miroir du fantastique, Ciné Revue, Continental Film Review, Actuel, Europe, Curiosa, Show Bzzz, Cinéfantastic, Yéti, La Revue du cinéma, Vertigo, Siné Hebdo, Fascination (under various pseudonyms).
Bouyxou worked with Roland Lethem, Étienne O’Leary, Jesus Franco, Jean Rollin and Alain Payet.
BOUYXOU, Jean-Pierre (aka J.P. Buixou, Jérôme Fandor, Georges Le Gloupier, Claude Razat, Annie Schon) [1/16/1946, Bordeaux, Gironde, France - ] – novelist, producer, director, assistant director, screenwriter, cinematographer, composer, film editor, radio, TV, voice actor, founded Fascination magazine [1978-1986].
Convoy of Women - 1974 (sailor)
The Mark of Zorro – 1974 (Juan Aguilar)