Theatre, Film, and Television Biographies
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Hugh Whitemore Biography (1936-)
Born June 16, 1936, in Tunbridge Wells, England; married Jill Brooke, 1961 (divorced); married Sheila Lemon, 1976; children: one son (second marriage). Addresses: OFFICE--Hugh Whitemore, Ltd., 170 Finchley Road, London NW3 6BP, England. AGENTS--Judy Daish Associates, 83 Eastbourne Mews, London W2 6LQ, England; Phyllis Wender, Rosenstone and Wender, 3 E. 48th Street, 4th Floor, New York, NY 10017.
- Birth Details
- June 16, 1936
- Tunbridge Wells, England
- Stevie: A Play from the Life and Work of Stevie Smith, first produced inRichmond, U.K., then Vaudeville Theatre, London, both 1977, later Manhattan Theatre Club, New York City, 1979, published by Samuel French, Inc., 1977, then Limelight, 1984.
- Pack of Lies, first produced in Brighton, U.K., then Lyric Theatre, London, both 1983, later Royale Theatre, New York City, 1985, published by Amber Lane Press, 1983, then Applause, 1986.
- Breaking the Code, Haymarket Theatre, London, 1986, then Eisenhower Theatre, Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Washington, DC, later Neil SimonTheatre, New York City, both 1987, published by Amber Lane Press, 1987.
- Best of Friends, Apollo Theatre, London, 1988.
- (With Jane Gaskell) All Neat in Black Stockings, Warner Brothers/Pathe, 1969.
- (with Ivan Foxwell and Alan Hackney) Decline and Fall ... of a Bird Watcher (also known as Decline and Fall), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1969.
- (with John Junkin) Man at the Top, Anglo-EMI, 1973.
- All Creatures Great and Small, EMI, 1975.
- (with Alfred Hayes and Alexi Kapler) The Blue Bird, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1976.
- Stevie, First Artists, 1978.
- The Return of the Soldier, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1983.
- 84 Charing Cross Road, Columbia, 1987.
- All for Love.
- MINI-SERIES (With Douglas Livingstone, Alan Plater, and Ken Taylor) Shoulder to Shoulder, BBC, then Masterpiece Theatre, PBS, 1975.
- Moll Flanders, BBC, 1975, then PBS, 1980.
- Rebecca, BBC, 1979, then Mystery!, PBS, 1980.
- "Concealed Enemies," American Playhouse, PBS, 1984.
- My Cousin Rachel, BBC, then Mystery!, PBS, 1985.
- "Act of Betrayal," Play for Today, BBC, 1971.
- "Breeze Anstey," Country Matters, 1972.
- "Horrible Conspiracies," Elizabeth R, published in Elizabeth R, Elek, 1972.
- Also The Wednesday Play, Armchair Theatre, and Play of the Month.
- The Adventures of Don Quixote, CBS, 1973.
- All Creatures Great and Small, NBC, 1975.
- The Full Chatter, 1963.
- Dan, Dan the Charity Man, 1965.
- Angus Slowly Sinking, 1965.
- The Regulator, 1965.
- Application Form, 1965.
- Mrs. Bixby and the Colonel's Coat, 1965.
- Macready's Gala, 1966.
- Final Demand, 1966.
- Girl of My Dreams, 1966.
- Frankenstein Mark II, 1966.
- Amerika, 1966.
- What's Wrong with Humpty Dumpty?, 1967.
- Party Games, 1968.
- The Last of the Big Spenders, 1968.
- Hello, Good Evening, and Welcome, 1968.
- Mr. Guppy's Tale, 1969.
- Unexpectedly Vacant, 1970.
- The King and His Keeper, 1970.
- Killing Time, 1970.
- Cider with Rosie, 1971.
- An Object of Affection, 1971.
- The Strange Shapes of Reality, 1972.
- The Serpent and the Comforter, 1972.
- At the Villa Pandora, 1972.
- Eric, 1972.
- Disappearing Trick, 1972.
- Good at Games, 1972.
- Bedtime, 1972.
- Intruders, 1972.
- Deliver Us from Evil, 1973.
- The Pearcross Girls, 1973.
- A Thinking Man as Hero, 1973.
- Death Waltz, 1974.
- Outrage, 1974.
- David Copperfield, 1974.
- Trilby, 1975.
- Goodbye, 1975.
- 84 Charing Cross Road, 1975.
- (with Brian Clark and Clive Exton) The Eleventh Hour, 1975.
- (with David Edgar and Robert Muller) Censors, 1975.
- Brensham People, 1976.
- William Wilson, 1976.
- Moths, 1977.
- Exiles, 1977.
- Dummy, 1977.
- Mrs. Ainsworth, 1978.
- Losing Her, 1978.
- Contract, 1981.
- A Dedicated Man, 1982.
- I Remember Nelson, 1982.
- A Bit of Singing and Dancing, 1982.
- Lovers of Their Time, 1982.
- Down at the Hydro, 1983.
- The Boy in the Bush, 1984.