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Stoppard, Thomas (Tom; orig. Thomas Straussler)

Born: 1937 AD
Currently alive, at 77 years of age.

Nationality: Unknown
Categories: Playwrights

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British (Czechoslovakian-born) dramatist and screenwriter

 

wrote plays "Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead" 1967, "Enter a Free Man" 1968, "The Real Inspector Hound" 1968, "After Magritte" 1970, "Dogg's Our Pet" 1972, "Jumpers" 1972, "Travesties" 1975, "Dirty Linen" 1976, "Night and Day" 1978, "Dogg's Hamlet, Cahoot's Macbeth" 1979, "Undiscovered Country" 1980, "On the Razzle" 1981, "The Real Thing" 1982, "Rough Crossing" 1984, "Dalliance" 1986, "Hapgood" 1988, "Arcadia" 1993, co-wrote screenplays "Brazil" 1984, "Shakespeare in Love" 1998, wrote screenplays "Empire of the Sun" 1987, "Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead" 1989, "The Russia House" 1989, "Billy Bathgate" 1990


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