Adréana Robbins is an author, literary manager and producer. Her focus at Bohemia Group is on developing emerging voices and marketing projects for film and TV.
Born in the South of France, Adréana grew up surrounded by the publishing and film industry, skipping along the red carpets of Cannes and Hollywood. Her father was the late author and book adaptation to movie/television magnate, Harold Robbins.
Adréana began her career in entertainment PR at the age of eighteen, working with Barbara Eden, Cyd Charisse, Julie Andrews and Bette Davis, to list a few. Fastening her seatbelt, Adréana then ran off to Paris to study European literature and creative writing, while also majoring in French men. Changing her major to international business and English blokes, she survived a brief stint at an Oxford college. Returning to America, she adjusted her plans and her side holsters, landing a magazine publishing job at "Guns and Ammo". Inspired by her time studying at the American College in Paris, she then penned a novel, Paris Never Leaves You, published by an imprint of Macmillan.
Adréana continued to write both fiction and non-fiction, working on newspapers and magazines. But ultimately, there is no place like home, so she returned to Hollywood and to the entertainment business. Clicking her heels together, she flew back with a passion to bring talent and a gold standard of storytelling together in a creative, collaborative and global environment, Bohemia Group.