Albert Delvaille, called Trébla ( Neuilly-sur-Seine, 30 May 1870 – Paris, October 1943) was a French playwright and novelist.
After he finished his studies at École Monge, he joined his father at Sète where he had his first play presented. He was then just 15. After he returned in Paris, his plays were given on numerous stages including the Théâtre Antoine, La Cigale or the Bataclan.
He is buried at the Montmartre Cemetery (3rd division).