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Name  Debbie Green
Role  Playwright

Plays  Born Bad, Nut
Shows  Random
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Movies  Second Coming, Random, Heat
Awards  British Academy Television Award for Best Single Drama
Books  Stoning Mary, Dirty Butterfly, Truth and Reconciliation, Trade and Generations, Random
Similar  Nadine Marshall, Anthony Welsh, Nicola Walker, Louis Mahoney, Larrington Walker

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Career

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She has written a number of plays, including born bad for which she won the Olivier Award for Most Promising Newcomer in 2004.

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She won a BAFTA Award for random, which was broadcast on Channel 4.

Most of her stage plays have been produced at the Royal Court Theatre and the Young Vic in London.

In 2016 she won an ARIA from the Radio Academy for her radio play Lament. Lament - produced by BBC Radio Drama London and broadcast on BBC Radio 4 - won the Gold Best Audio Dramatisation prize.

Film career

green wrote and directed Second Coming, a film set in London starring Nadine Marshall and Idris Elba. The film premiered at the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival. It was given a limited release in the UK by Kaleidoscope Entertainment in June 2015 making green only the 4th British black woman to ever have a movie distributed in the UK following Ngozi Onwurah, Amma Asante, and Destiny Ekaragha. She was nominated for the BAFTA Award for Outstanding Debut by a British Writer, Director or Producer for the film.

Theatre

  • two women (Soho Theatre, 2000)
  • dirty butterfly (Soho Theatre, 2003)
  • born bad (Hampstead Theatre, 2003)
  • trade (The Other Place, 2004)
  • stoning mary (Royal Court Theatre, 2005)
  • generations (Cottesloe Theatre, National Theatre, 2005)
  • random (Royal Court Theatre, 2008)
  • laws of war (Royal Court Theatre, 2010)
  • truth and reconciliation (Royal Court Theatre, 2011)
  • nut (The Shed, National Theatre, 2013)
  • hang (Royal Court Theatre, 2015)
  • a proudly (Royal Court Theatre, 2017)
  • Film

    Second Coming

    References

    Debbie tucker green Wikipedia


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