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Brian Clark Biography (1932-)
Born June 3, 1932, in Bournemouth, England; son of Leonard (a blacksmith) andSelina (Smith) Clark. Addresses: HOME--Amber Lane Farm, The Slack, Ashover S45 0EB, Derbyshire, England. AGENT--Judy Daish Associates, 83 Eastbourne Mews, London W2 6LQ, England.
- Birth Details
- June 3, 1932
- Bournemouth, England
- PLAYS,PRODUCED Truth or Dare, Hull Arts Center, U.K., 1972.
- Whose Life Is It Anyway?, Mermaid and Savoy Theatres, London, both 1978,then Folger Shakespeare Theatre, Washington, DC, 1978, and Trafalgar Theatre,New York City, 1979, revised and re-staged at the Royale Theatre, New York City, 1980.
- Kipling, Oxford Playhouse, London, then Royale Theatre, New York City, both 1984.
- The Petition, John Golden Theatre, New York City, 1986.
- Contributed to Lay-By, 1971 and England's Ireland, 1972. Also wrote Can You Hear Me at the Back?, 1979; Post Mortem; Campion's Interview.
- Telford's Change, BBC, 1979.
- Ten Torrey Canyons, BBC, 1972.
- Operation Magic Carpet, ITV, 1973.
- Achilles Heel, ITV, 1973.
- The Greeting, ITV, 1973.
- Parole, Granada, 1975.
- Post Mortem, BBC, 1976.
- The Saturday Party, BBC, 1976.
- Campion's Review, BBC, 1977.
- Happy Returns, Granada, 1977.
- There's No Place, BBC, 1977.
- The Country Party, BBC, 1977.
- Whose Life Is It Anyway?, BBC, 1980.
- Also the author of about twenty additional television plays and two radioplays.
- Group Theatre, Pitman, 1971, and Theatre Arts, 1972.
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