Top 20 Writer celebrities in England
Here is the latest list of the world's top 20 Writer celebrities [Updated February 6, 2023].
Geoff Downes was born
on August 25, 1952
He broke a world record in the Guinness Book Of Records for performing with the most keyboards onstage in one performance.
Net Worth 2020: $8 Million
Alice Liddell was born
on May 4, 1852
The inspiration for Lewis Carroll's classic children's story Alice's Adventures in Wonderland.
She met Charles Dodgson, also known as Lewis Carroll, on a rowing boat in 1862.
Peter Shaffer was born
on May 15, 1926
Screenwriter and playwright who wrote the play Equus, which featured Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe in the nude.
He wrote the successful play Five Finger Exercise.
Michael Hogan was born
on September 17, 1893
His final acting role was in a 1936 thriller titled The Last Journey.
Alan Bennett was born
on May 9, 1934
He was nominated for an Oscar for Best Original Screenplay for The Madness of King George (1994), which he adapted from the play that he himself also wrote.
Frank Muir was born
on February 5, 1920
Jimmy Edwards was born
on March 23, 1920
Richard Strange was born
Jessica Alice was born
on September 27, 1991
in Chelmsford, England.
She has her own clothing brand called I Want Wings UK which has sponsored artists like James King and Charlie Rundle
Adam Rom was born
on August 19, 2001
In just a few months, he achieved more than 11,000 followers on Instagram.
Gary Russell was born
on September 18, 1963
in Berkshire, England.
He landed his first reoccurring role on a television series in 1978, working on the show The Famous Five.
Edmund Goulding was born
on March 20, 1891
He died during a heart surgery operation.
Debbie Isitt was born
on February 7, 1966
Her highly popular films Nativity! and Nativity 2: Danger in the Manger star, respectively, Martin Freeman
and David Tennant
. She went on to write a third Nativity series film sub-titled Dude Where's My Donkey.
Anne Clark was born
on May 14, 1960
in London, England.
She released her debut album, The Sitting Room, in 1982 and became known for fusing electronic, dance, and avant-garde styles of music with spoken-word poetry.
Andrew Collins was born
on March 4, 1965
in Northampton, England.
He has written a number of books with his first being Still Suitable for Miners: Billy Bragg: The Authorised Biography.
Paul Cornell was born
on July 18, 1967
He created the Doctor Who character Bernice Summerfield.
Lionel Chetwynd was born
on January 29, 1940
His film, The Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz, received an Oscar nomination for Best Adapted Screenplay in 1977.
Don Black was born
on June 21, 1938
Wrote lyrics for such musical artists as John Barry, Michael Jackson, Andrew Lloyd Webber, Marvin Hamlisch, and many others.
He wrote the lyrics for many James Bond film themes, including Thunderball from 1965, Diamonds Are Forever, Tomorrow Never Dies, and several others, usually collaborating with David Arnold along the way. He was inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame in 2007.
Dave Martin was born
on January 1, 1935
He wrote for the ITV children's series, Into the Labyrinth.
Andrew Solt was born
on December 13, 1947
Producer, director, and screenwriter whose most recognized for owning the rights to The Ed Sullivan Show.
He has owned the rights to the Ed Sullivan
Show for a long time.