Bernard Irvin TAYLOR

Biography

Gender Male
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Birthdate 1934-10-02
Education Swindon Sch of Art, Chelsea Sch of Art (Chelsea Dip, Nat Dip Design), Univ of Birmingham (BA, Art Teacher's Dip)
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Style Bernard Taylor, Esq
Career author and playwright; teacher and book illustrator London 1960-63, teacher and painter of portraits and landscapes, actor New York 1963-70, writer and actor UK 1970-; memb: Actors' Equity, Soc of Authors; >ir< Daughter of the Apachés (1973), Mice on the First Floor (1974, Thames TV most promising playwright award 1974), Maggie it's Me! (1975); >ir< The Godsend (1976, translated into 17 languages and filmed), Sweetheart Sweetheart (1977), The Reaping (1980), The Moorstone Sickness (1982), The Kindness of Strangers (1986), Madeleine (1987), Mother's Boys (1988, also made into a film), Saddle the Wind (as Kate Irvine, 1989), Charmed Life (1991), Evil Intent (1994), Since Ruby (1999), So Long at the Fair (as Jess Foley, 2001), Too Close to the Sun (as Jess Foley, 2002), Saddle the Wind (as Jess Foley, 2003), Wait for the Dawn (as Jess Foley, 2005), No Wings to Fly (as Jess Foley, 2006), Kiss It Better (2011); >ir< Cruelly Murdered (1979), Perfect Murder (with Stephen Knight, 1987, Crime Writers' Assoc Gold Dagger award), Murder at the Priory (with Kate Clarke, 1988); has also published numerous short stories
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