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Hugo Williams

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Name  Hugo Williams
Children  Murphy Williams
Movies  Flight to Berlin
Spouse  Hermine Demoriane
Role  Poet

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Parents  Hugh Williams, Margaret Vyner
Books  I Knew the Bride, Billy's Rain, Collected Poems, West End Final, Dear Room
Similar People  Hugh Williams, Hermine Demoriane, Margaret Vyner, Simon Williams, Polly Williams

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Hugo Williams born Hugh Anthony Mordaunt Vyner Williams is a British poet, journalist and travel writer. He was born on 20 February 1942.

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Life and career

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Williams is the eldest son of actor Hugh Williams and the model and actress Margaret Vyner, who co-wrote some upper-middle-class comedies in the late 1950s. They are best known as co-authors of the play and film The Grass Is Greener. His younger brother is the actor Simon Williams, and his sister the late actress Polly Williams was married to the actor Nigel Havers until her death from cancer at the age of 54.

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Williams attended Eton College. He is a regular contributor to the "Freelance" column in the Times Literary Supplement and is poetry editor for The Spectator. Williams has been poetry editor and TV critic for the New Statesman, theatre critic for the Sunday Correspondent, film critic for Harper's & Queen and a writer on popular music for Punch.

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Williams is married to singer and writer Hermine Demoriane. They have a daughter, Murphy Williams, who is also a writer and columnist.

Prizes

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  • 1966 Eric Gregory Award
  • 1971 Cholmondeley Award
  • 1975 Geoffrey Faber Memorial Prize for Some Sweet Day
  • 1999 T. S. Eliot Prize for Billy's Rain
  • 2004 Queen's Gold Medal for Poetry for Collected Poems
  • 2007 T. S. Eliot Prize Shortlist for Dear Room
  • 2007 Costa Book Award Shortlist for Dear Room

  • Hugo Williams Feature Andrew Johnson speaks with awardwinning poet Hugo Williams

    References

    Hugo Williams Wikipedia