French author and playwright who’s most widely known for his novel-turned-melodrama, Camille. Referred to as Alexandre Dumas, fils, he was the child from the renowned novelist, Alexandre Dumas. He was created in Paris because the illegitimate child of Marie-Laure-Catherine Labay and Alexandre Dumas. His dad seized guardianship of him and delivered him towards the exclusive Collège Bourbon. His functions were largely influenced by his unpredictable early family existence. He wedded Nadezhda von Knorring in 1864; collectively, the couple experienced two daughters. Pursuing his 1st wife’s loss of life, he wed Henriette Régnier de La Brière. His best-known function, Camille, influenced Giuseppe Verdi’s 1853 opera, La Traviata.