Jonathan Paul HARVEY

Biography

Gender Male
Titles N/A
Birthdate 1968-06-13
Education Blue Coat Sch Liverpool, Univ of Hull (BSc)
Books & Publications >ir< The Cherry Blossom Tree (1987), Mohair (1988), Tripping and Falling (1989), Catch (1990), Lady Snogs The Blues (1991), Wildfire (1992), Babies (1993), Beautiful Thing (1993, released as film 1996), Boom Bang A Bang (1995), Rupert Street Lonely Hearts Club (1995), Swan Song (1997), Guiding Star (RNT, 1998), Hushabye Mountain (English Touring Theatre, 1999), Out in the Open (Hampstead Theatre, 2001), Closer to Heaven (Arts Theatre, 2001), Jack and the Beanstalk (Barbican, 2007), Corrie! (Lowry Theatre Manchester and nat tour, 2010), Canary (Liverpool Playhouse, Hampstead Theatre and English Touring Theatre, 2010), Tomorrow I'll Be Happy (RNT) 2013; >ir< West End Girls 1993, Gimme Gimme Gimme (3 series BBC2) 1999, 2000 and 2001, Murder Most Horrid (BBC2) 1999, Birthday Girl (ITV) 2002, At Home With the Braithwaites (ITV) 2003, Margo: Life Beyond the Box (BBC 2) 2003, Coronation Street (ITV1) 2004-, Von Trapped! (ITV1) 2004, Charlie's Angels (BBC3), Love For Sale (BBC3), The Catherine Tate Show (BBC), Lilies (BBC), Beautiful People (two series, BBC) 2008 and 2009, Britannia High (ITV1) 2008, Rev (BBC) 2011, Panto! (ITV) 2012, Great Night Out (ITV) 2013; >ir< All She Wants (2012), The Confusion of Karen Carpenter (2013)
Recreations N/A
Clubs Soho House
Style Jonathan Harvey, Esq
Career writer; special needs teacher Abbey Wood Comp London 1990-93, writer in residence Bush Theatre 1993-94; memb Writers' Guild; >ir< National Girobank/Liverpool Playhouse Young Writer of the Year 1987, Royal Court/Rank Xerox Young Writers Award 1988, George Devine Award 1993 (for Babies), Thames TV Bursary Award 1993, John Whiting Award 1994 (for Beautiful Thing), Evening Standard Most Promising Playwright 1994 (for Babies), London Lesbian & Gay Film Festival Best Film 1996 (for Beautiful Thing), Norway Film Festival Audience Award 1996 (for Beautiful Thing), Mike Rhodes Award for furthering the understanding of lesbian and gay life 1996, Manchester Evening News Award for Best Play 1996 (for Rupert Street Lonely Hearts Club), Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival President's Award Best Screenplay 1996 (for Beautiful Thing), GLAAD Outstanding Film Award 1997 (for Beautiful Thing), Best Live Entertainment Manchester Evening News Award 2011 (for Corrie!), Best Sitcom BAFTA 2011 (for Rev)
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