Coacteau was born in Yelnes, Mevson-Lafitte, a city near Paris, near Georges Cocteau and his wife Eugénie LeComte. A socially prominent Parisian family. From 1900–1904, Coacto attended the Lychee Condorcet, where he met and began a physical relationship with schoolmate Pierre Dargelos, who would later reappear throughout the Coactév's रेvre. He left home at fifteen. He published his first poem, Aladdin Ka Chirag, on nineteen. Kokteau soon became known in Bohemian artistic circles as The Frivolous Prince, a volume titled which he published in Bias.

        In his early twenties, Coecto became associated with authors Marcel Proust, Andre Gidd, and Maurice Barres. In 1912, he collaborated with Leon Buckst for the ballet rosé on Le Donu Blue; Prominent dancers are Tamara Karasvina and Vaslav Nijinsky. Coctue served in the Red Cross as an ambulance driver during World War I. This was a period in which he met the poet Guillaume Apollinaire, artists Pablo Picasso and Amédio Modigliani, and many other writers and artists with whom he later collaborated.

        In the 1910s, Coactue formed friendships with several prominent members of the Parisian avant-garde, including writer Guillaume Apollinaire and artists Amédio Modigliani and Pablo Picasso. He was so impressed to see dancer Vasalev Nijinski performing with the ballet races that he met the company's founder, Sergei Diaghilev, and asked to work with him. Cochletto designed posters for the ballet ropes, and in 1917 he was one of the collaborators of the ballet parade: Coctue wrote the story, Eric Satie composed the music, Leonide Masine choreographed the dance, and Picasso designed the set and costumes did.

        Cocto's activities of the 1920s were remarkably diverse. He composed the opera libretti for many composers. He published a poem and painting as well as a novel inspired by his experiences during World War I. He staged a ballet called Le Boeuf Sur le Toit (The Ox on the Roof) and directed modern adaptations of several classic plays. He promoted the work of young writer Raymond Redgate, with whom he fell in love. When Rediguet died of typhoid fever, Cocteau was disappointed and tried to console himself with opium.

        In 1918, Coactue formed an intimate friendship with a 15-year-old novelist, Raymond Redgate. Rediguet greatly influenced Cocto's art and life. The young writer would die of typhoid fever in 1923. His death left Coctue deeply traumatized and fired for using helium. During Coactue's recovery from his opium addiction, the artist staged some of his most important works, including the stage drama Orfe, novels, Les Enfants Terribles, and several lengthy poems.

        Coacto's first film, Blood of a Poet, was released in 1930. The film was a commentary on his personal mythology. Coctue designed the work relating to the exploits of a young poet, condemned to walk in the hall of the "Hotel of the Statue", in which an idol was brought to his life. In the early 1930s, Coactue wrote that some believe his greatest drama is La Machine Infernal. The play was a treatment of the Oedipus theme. Coacteau called La Voices Humane (1930, The Human Voice), Les Chevaliers de la Table Round (1937, The Knights of the Round Table), Les Parents Terribles (1938, Intimate Relations), and La Machine an Achiere (1941,) typewriter ).

        Cocteau returned to filmmaking in the 1940s, first as a screenwriter and then as a director in La Belle et la Batte, a fantasy based on children's story, and the themes of Orphey (1949), poetry and death. Re-creation of. That he was dealt with in his play.

        In 1950, he again directed a film, which. Called Orpheus', in which Marais acted. The film was based on the life of a poet who is stricken with artistic and romantic opponents and when his wife dies he goes to hell to bring her back. It was also the year that Cocto decorated Villa Santo Sospire in Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat and began a series of graphic works.

        In 1951, Coactue recorded a series of radio interviews with André Frigano, including एंटt Entretenes Autor du Cinematograf. These interviews were dialogue on cinema. In this year he was also elected President of the Writers and Musicians Association. He started a new magazine called 'Le Passe Define (Past Tense)'