Robin Chapman Net Worth
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The main source of income: Authors
Total Net Worth at the moment 2019 year – is about $80,5 Million.
Robin Chapman information Birth date: 1933 Profession:Writer, Producer, Miscellaneous CrewAwards:Edgar Award for Best Television Episode Teleplay
:How tall is Robin Chapman – 1,69m.
How much weight is Robin Chapman – 72kg
Robin Chapman is a writer and producer, known for Force 10 from Navarone (1978), Tales of the Unexpected (1979) and Dalziel and Pascoe (1996).
Biography,Chapman began his career as an actor at Cambridge (he played Hamlet in the ADC’s centenary production and was president of the Marlowe Society) before holding a spear at Stratford-Upon-Avon, working in repertory and then joining Joan Littlewood’s revolutionary Theatre Workshop where he turned to writing. Among his stage plays are High Street China, Guests and One of Us. His television plays have won awards from the Mystery Writers of America and the Writers Guild as well as a Bafta nomination. He edited, with an introduction, The City and the Court, a collection of five Jacobean comedies.He has enjoyed a long career in television, favoured by Granada TV during its early days. His best known work includes Spindoe (1968), the controversial Big Breadwinner Hog (1969) and many adaptations, including M.R. James Lost Hearts, Jane Eyre, Eyeless in Gaza and a considerable number of screenplays on Roald Dahls short stories for Tales of the Unexpected. Single plays for television include two entries in Play for Today and Blunt (1987), all three presented by BBC TV.His ten published novels are: A Waste of Public Money, My Visions Enemy, Big Breadwinner Hog, Christoferus, Wartimes (two novellas in one volume), The Secret of the World, The Duchesss Diary (now in its fourth edition with Oxbow Books, the diary has been translated into Spanish (Edhasa), French (Actes Sud) and German (Surkampf)), Sanchos Golden Age and Pasamontes Life. These last three titles form a trilogy extending the lives and experiences of characters found in Don Quixote. Reviewing the first book of the trilogy The Duchess’s Diary in the Times Literary Supplement E.C. Riley said that it shows a truer understanding of Cervantes than twenty books of criticism while Karl Miller in the London Review of Books acclaimed Chapman’s learned and yet fully animate invention.Chapmans latest novel is Shakespeares Don Quixote – a novel in dialogue featuring Shakespeare, Fletcher and Cervantes as they scrutinise a version of the lost play Cardenio, co-starring Don Quixote and Sancho Panza as presented in a fringe theatre today.His novel-in-dialogue, Look Who’s Talking, was scheduled to be published in autumn 2012.
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