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Who is Alan Bleasdale?
Alan Bleasdale is an English writer, best known for social realist drama serials based on the lives of ordinary people. A former teacher, he has written for radio, stage and screen, and has also written novels.
- born on (69 years ago) in Liverpool
- nationality: England
- education: University of Chester
- profession: Screenwriter, playwright, writer, television producer
- Marriage with Julia Moses since
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- written works: "Scully and Mooey", "No More Sitting on the Old School Bench", ""Are you lonesome tonight?""
- TV series: "G.B.H."
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by Christopher H. Sterling
Sue Townsend, Harold Pinter, Alan Ayckbourn, Alan Plater, Anthony Minghella, Angela Carter, Alan Bleasdale, Willy Russell,and LouisMacNeiceare afew other ...
by James Watson, Anne Hill
Alan Bleasdale (Boys From the Blackstuff, 1982), Don ...
by Roberta Pearson, Philip Simpson
In Britain, where, by contrast to the United States, much production is in-house and series typically have much shorter runs, the writers (for example, Dennis Potter, Jimmy McGovern, Alan Bleasdale) are seen as the key creative figures.
by Peter Childs, Mike Storry
Other British playwrights whose work has featured prominently in British theatre in the last two decades include Tom Stoppard, Alan Ayckbourn, Caryl Churchill, Alan Bleasdale, Willy Russell, Dennis Potter, Michael Frayn and Alan Bennett.
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