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Simon Bent studied Drama at Birmingham University and started his theatrical career as an actor. He was writer in residence at both the University of Essex and the Guildhall School of Music and Drama. Many of his early plays, which he also appeared in, were toured extensively. His work includes Goldhawk Road, Wasted, Bad Company (published in Plays Three) Shelter, The Escapologist, Sugar Sugar, Accomplices and Under the Black Flag, (all published by Oberon Books). He adapted John Irving’s novel A Prayer For Owen Meany which sold out at the National Theatre in 2002 and has been produced in Washington and Philadelphia. His first feature screenplay Christie Mallory's Own Double Entry, adapted from the novel by BS Johnson, was nominated for a BAFTA award.

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