Theatre, Film, and Television Biographies
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Anthony Marriott Biography (1931-)
Addresses: Home: 168 Wood Lane, Osterley Middlesex, TW, 75EH; Agent: Douglas Rae, 28 Charing Cross Road, London, England WC 2.
"No Sex Please--We're British has been performed in 52 countries and on February 21, 1979 became the Longest Running Comedy in the History of World Theatre."
- playwright, actor
- Birth Details
- January 17, 1931
- London, England
- Justice of the Peace (Greater London), appointed, February 1977.
Laburnum Grove, Horsham Repertory Co., 1950.
Principal Stage Appearances
- In various repertory seasons, 1951-54, including Horsham, Worthing, Warrington, Manchester Library Theatre, Dundee, Bridgewater, Redcar, Norwich, Yeovil, Saltburn, Salisbury.
Principal Radio Broadcasts
- BBC Drama Repertory Company, 1954-56, including starring in Journey into Space series; Dan Dare and Film Time, Radio Luxenbourg series.
- With Alistair Foot, Uproar in the House, Garrick and Whitehall Theatres, 1967-69; with Alistair Foot, No Sex Please--We're British,Strand and Garrick Theatres, 1971; with Alistair Foot, I Want to Be a Father, Madam, Eastbourne, and national tour, 1973; with Bob Grant, Darling Mr. London, Billingham, and three national tours, 1974; with Bob Grant,No Room for Sex, Brighton, and national tour, 1974; with John Chapman, Shut Your Eyes and Think of England, Apollo, 1977; with John Chapman, Anything You Say, The Wrong Mr. Right, Divided We Stand, 1977; withBob Grant, Home Is Where Your Clothes Are and Spoof; with Jonathan Daly, A Matter of Style.
- Contract writer for the Rank Organisation, worked on: Waltz of the Toreadors, Gypsy and the Gentleman, Operation Amsterdam, Doctor, 1958-60; Ouch, 1965; Divorce British Style (re-titled Sex and the British), 1967; The Intrepid Mr. Twigg, 1969; No Sex Please--We're British, 1974.
- Story editor, Ghost Squad series; contract writer BBC Radio LightEntertainment created and wrote Roundabout series and BBC TV Light Entertainment, Archie Andrews series; with Roger Marshall, Public Eye, ABC, 1965-66; contributor, Avengers, No Hiding Place, This Man Craig,Fireball XL5, Supercar, 1965-66; documentaries, Britain and the Common Market, The Meaning of Ecumenism, Life of William the Conqueror, Everyday's a Holiday; children's film, The Ghost of Monks Island; series, with Bob Grant, Meals and Wheels, Now That Mother's Gone, September People, Getting It Right, Petticoat Cash, 1984.
Marker Calls the Tune, 1967.