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Playwrights

There are forty-four Playwrights called Peter.

  • Peter Handke

    Peter Handke is a Playwright... ( from the wikipedia article on Peter Handke)

  • Peter Shaffer

    Peter Shaffer is a Playwright... ( from the wikipedia article on Peter Shaffer)

  • Peter Ustinov

    Peter Ustinov is a Playwright... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Peter Ustinov)

  • Peter Nichols

    Peter Nichols (born 31 July 1927) is an English writer of stage plays, film and television.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Peter Nichols)

  • Peter Tinniswood

    Peter Tinniswood (21 December 1936 – 9 January 2003) was an English radio and TV comedy scriptwriter, and author of a series of popular cricketing novels. He was born in Liverpool, but grew up above a dry cleaner's on Eastway in Sale, Greater Manchester.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Peter Tinniswood)

  • Peter Weiss

    Peter Ulrich Weiss (November 8, 1916 – May 10, 1982) was a German writer, painter, and artist of adopted Swedish nationality. He is particularly known for his play Marat/Sade and his novel The Aesthetics of Resistance.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Peter Weiss)

  • Peter Matthew Hillsman Taylor

    For other people named Peter Taylor, see Peter Taylor.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Peter Matthew Hillsman Taylor)

  • Peter Barnes

    Peter Barnes (January 10, 1931 – July 1, 2004) was an English Olivier Award-winning playwright and screenwriter. His most famous work is the play The Ruling Class, which was made into a 1972 film for which Peter O'Toole received an Oscar nomination.... ( from the wikipedia article on Peter Barnes)

  • Peter Whelan

    Peter Whelan (born 1931) is a British playwright.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Peter Whelan)

  • Peter Parnell

    Peter Parnell (born 1953) is an American playwright. His plays include The Cider House Rules, Flaubert's Latest, Hyde In Hollywood, An Imaginary Life, QED, Rise and Rise of Daniel Rocket, Romance Language, Scooter Thomas Makes It To The Top Of The World, and Sorrows of Stephen.... ( from the wikipedia article on Peter Parnell)

  • Peter Corey

    Peter Corey (born 1946) is the author of the Coping With... children's book series.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Peter Corey)

  • Peter Briggs

    Peter Briggs is a British born screenwriter, hired generally by Hollywood-based motion picture studios, a number of projects by whom have suffered due to "bad luck", as attributed by Harry Knowles of Ain't It Cool News.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Peter Briggs)

  • Peter van Diest

    Peter van Diest (Latinised as Petrus Diesthemius) was a medieval writer from the Low Countries. The late 15th century morality play Elckerlijc is attributed to him.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Peter van Diest)

  • Peter Viertel

    Peter Viertel is a Playwright... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Peter Viertel)

  • Peter Oswald

    Peter Oswald is a well-known English playwright. He is married to the poet Alice Oswald, with whom he has three children.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Peter Oswald)

  • Peter Goldsworthy

    Peter Goldsworthy AM (born 12 October 1951) is an Australian writer and medical practitioner. He has won awards for his short stories, poetry, novels, and opera libretti.... ( from the wikipedia article on Peter Goldsworthy)

  • Peter Flannery

    Peter Flannery (born 12 October 1951, Jarrow, Tyne and Wear) is a British playwright and screenwriter. He was educated at Bath Spa University and is best known for his work while a resident playwright at the Royal Shakespeare Company in the late 1970s and early 1980s.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Peter Flannery)

  • Peter Verhelst

    Peter Verhelst (b. Bruges, Belgium, 28 January 1962) is a Belgian Flemish novelist, poet, and dramatist.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Peter Verhelst)

  • Peter Straughan

    Peter Straughan (born 1968) is a playwright and author, based in the north-east of England.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Peter Straughan)

  • Peter Philp

    Denis Alfred Peter Philp (10 November 1920 - 5 February 2006), was a Welsh dramatist and antiques expert, best known for his television series, Collectors' Club.... ( from the wikipedia article on Peter Philp)

  • Peter Mathers

    Peter Mathers (1931 in England - 8 November 2004 in Melbourne) was an Australian author and playwright.... ( from the wikipedia article on Peter Mathers)

  • Peter Coke

    Peter Coke is a Playwright... ( from the wikipedia article on Peter Coke)

  • John Peter Toohey

    John Peter Toohey (c.1880, Binghamton, New York - November 7, 1946, New York, New York) was an American writer and publicist.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Peter Toohey)

  • Peter McDougall

    Peter McDougall (born 1947, Greenock, Scotland) is a television playwright whose major success was in the 1970s.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Peter McDougall)

  • Peter Morgan

    Peter Morgan is a Playwright... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Peter Morgan)

  • Peter McGehee

    Peter Gregory McGehee (October 6, 1955 - September 13, 1991) was an American-born Canadian novelist, dramatist and short story writer.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Peter McGehee)

  • Peter Hausted

    Peter Hausted (c. 1605 - 20 July 1644), Doctor of Divinity, was a "playwright, poet, preacher" in early seventeenth-century England.... ( from the wikipedia article on Peter Hausted)

  • Peter Terson

    Peter Terson, born Peter Patterson, February 16th, 1932 in Newcastle-upon-Tyne, is a British playwright whose plays have been produced for stage, television and radio. His early work in the 1960s focused on growing up in the dead-end working-class culture of industrial England.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Peter Terson)

  • Peter Gill (playwright)

    Peter Gill, theatre director, playwright and former actor, was born in Cardiff, Wales, on 7 September 1939, son of George John Gill and his wife Margaret Mary (Browne).... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Peter Gill (playwright))

  • Peter Turrini

    Peter Turrini (born 26 September 1944) is an Austrian leftist playwright.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Peter Turrini)

  • Peter Kerry

    Peter Kerry (born 1964 Romford, Essex) is an British writer of radio and television drama.... ( from the wikipedia article on Peter Kerry)

  • Peter Stamm

    Peter Stamm (January 18, 1963 -) is a Swiss writer.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Peter Stamm)

  • Peter Sheridan

    Peter Sheridan (born 1952) is an Irish playwright, screenwriter and director. He lives in the north side of Dublin.... ( from the wikipedia article on Peter Sheridan)

  • Miles Peter Andrews

    Miles Peter Andrews (1742 – 18 July 1814) was an eighteenth century English playwright, gunpowder manufacturer and a member of the British House of Commons representing Bewdley from 1796 to 1814.... ( from the wikipedia article on Miles Peter Andrews)

  • Kurt Peter Larsen

    Kurt Peter Larsen Danish author. Born 27.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Kurt Peter Larsen)

  • Peter Anthony Motteux

    Peter Anthony Motteux (25 February 1663 – 18 February 1718), born Pierre Antoine Motteux, was an English author, playwright, and translator. Motteux was a significant figure in the evolution of English journalism in his era, as the publisher and editor of The Gentleman's Journal, "the first English magazine,"Jackson, p.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Peter Anthony Motteux)

  • Peter Kenna

    Peter Kenna is a Playwright... (extract from the wikipedia article on Peter Kenna)

  • Peter Wildeblood

    Peter Wildeblood (19 May 1923 - 14 November 1999) was a British-Canadian journalist, novelist, playwright, and gay rights campaigner. He was one of the first men in the UK to publicly declare his homosexuality.... ( from the wikipedia article on Peter Wildeblood)

  • Peter Seeberg

    Peter Seeberg (1925 – 1999) was a Danish modernist novelist and playwright, inspired by the French existentialists. He made his literary debut in 1956 with the novel Bipersonerne.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Peter Seeberg)

  • Peter John Stephens

    Peter John Stephens (31 July 1912 in Chalfont St Peter, Buckinghamshire – 11 June 2002) is known for his historical fiction books for teens and three children’s books. He was also a poet, a lyricist for operas and musicals, and a playwright with an off-Broadway play, "A Power of Dreams” in which Anne Meara of Stiller and Meara starred.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Peter John Stephens)

  • Peter Glantz

    Peter Glantz is a Playwright... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Peter Glantz)

  • Peter Božič

    Peter Božič (30 December 1932 - 10 July 2009) was a Slovenian writer, playwright, journalist and politician. He is renowned for his modernist novels in which he described the horrors of World War Two, and for the literary depictions of lower classes.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Peter Božič)

  • Peter Jaroš

    Peter Jaroš (born 22 January 1940) is a Slovak writer.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Peter Jaroš)

  • Sam Peter Jackson

    Sam Peter Jackson (born 17th March 1978) is a playwright and actor best known for writing the play "Public Property"Public Property Website, which ran at the Trafalgar Studios in London's West End in 2009Trafalgar Studios Public Property starring Nigel Harman, Robert Daws and Steven Webb and was nominated for a 2010 WhatsOnStage Theatregoers' Choice Award WOS Awards Nominees 2010 as Best New Comedy.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Sam Peter Jackson)

Peter

Gender: usually male

Meaning: A rock and A rock or stone

Origin: Greek and Biblical

Lucky Number: Six

Popularity: Position 31 in 1880, currently decreasing

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