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us: McDonald, John F. (John Francis), 1948-

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  • Fuller Name

    • John Francis
  • Variants

    • us: McDonald, John Francis, 1948-
    • us: McDonald, John, 1948 July 2-
  • Additional Information

    • Birth Date

        (edtf) 1948-07-02
    • Birth Place

        (naf) Great Britain
    • Associated Locale

        (naf) Ireland
    • Associated Locale

        (naf) Hemel Hempstead (England)
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  • Sources

    • found: Tribe, 1999: t.p. (John F. McDonald) BL letter to author, sent 4 July 2001
    • found: BL letter from author, 17 July 2001 (John Francis McDonald, born 2 July 1948)
    • found: Macbeth, c2010: t.p. (script by John McDonald)
    • found: Henry V, c2010: t.p. (script by John McDonald)
    • found: John F. McDonald website, Nov. 22, 2010 (novels, Tribe; graphic novels adapting William Shakespeare's Henry V; b. in the Republic of Ireland; educated at Carlow Regional College, Beaumont College, and South Bank University, London--English, economics; lives in Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire with his wife and family)
    • found: Amazon, via WWW, Sept. 11, 2012 (John F. McDonald is a professional writer of novels, screenplays for movies and television, graphic novel adaptations, and ghostwriting for politicians, celebraties and business people)
    • found: John F. McDonald website, 11 Dec. 2015 (lists novels incl. "Talking to God" and "Foreverland", graphic novels, non-fiction incl. "The boy from Treacle Bumstead" and "Letting Blake go", screenplays; an award-winning writer in many genres - novelist, screenwriter and ghostwriter; he began his writing career on the stage, with plays produced by the Soho Theatre in London and also by touring companies and translations of his stage work produced in Paris; he went on to write for television and his original dramas for Channel 4 won awards in the 1980s; he progressed to writing novels, memoirs, and adapting the works of William Shakespeare to award-winning graphic novel format)
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    • [Formerly on undifferentiated name record: n 77009424]
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    • 2001-07-17: new
    • 2015-12-12: revised
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