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Harold Pinter
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Alfred Molina
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Michael Gambon
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Michael Grandage
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Clive Owen
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Tom Hollander
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Anthony Minghella
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Patrick Marber

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Patrick Marber

English comedian, playwright, director, puppeteer, actor and screenwriter add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1964.

Countries: United Kingdom (76%), United States (9%), (9%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Harold Pinter, Alfred Molina, Michael Gambon

Linked to: Cranleigh School, Roundabout Theatre Company, St Paul's School, Wadham College, Oxford

 

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Patrick Marber was born in 1964 add something


1987

Harold Pinter - Most of issue number 28 of Craig Raine's Arts Tri-Quarterly "Areté" was devoted to pieces remembering Pinter, beginning with Pinter's 1987 unpublished love poem dedicated "To Antonia" and his poem "Paris", written in 1975 , followed by brief memoirs by some of Pinter's associates and friends, including Patrick Marber, Nina Raine, Tom Stoppard, Peter Nichols, Susanna Gross, Richard Eyre, and David Hare


1993

Douglas Hodge - Hodge has achieved great success on stage in plays by Harold Pinter, including "No Man's Land" at the Comedy Theatre in February 1993; "Moonlight" at the Almeida Theatre in September 1993; "A Kind of Alaska", "The Lover" and "The Collection" at the Donmar Warehouse in May 1998; as Jerry in "Betrayal" at the Royal National Theatre's Lyttelton Theatre, in November 1998; and as Aston in "The Caretaker" at the Comedy Theatre in November 2000, co-starring Michael Gambon and Rupert Graves , directed by Patrick Marber - for whi


1995

Set in a restaurant and based around a game of poker , it opened at the National Theatre in February 1995, and won the 1995 "Evening Standard" Award for Best Comedy add something


1997

His play "Closer", a comedy of sex, dishonesty and betrayal, opened at the National Theatre in 1997, again directed by Marber add something


1998

Lloyd Owen - Other highlights of his stage career include playing Dan in "Closer" by Patrick Marber in 1998 and George in "The York Realist" by Peter Gill in 2002


1999

Dagmara Dominczyk - Dominczyk worked on Broadway in 1999 as Anna Friel's understudy in Patrick Marber's production of "Closer" and appeared in the 2003 Broadway production of "Enchanted April"

 

David Ryall - He worked with Sir Peter Hall again in the 1999 production of "Lenny" in the West End, and after that in the 2000 epic "Tantalus", in Colorado and the UK. Ryall continued to be a regular face in the theatre, with appearances in Patrick Marber's "Don Juan in Soho" at the Donmar Warehouse in 2007


2001

This was first performed in 2001, again at the National Theatre, but was less favourably received by the critics and has been less of a commercial success than some of his other work add something

 

Michael Gambon - In 2001 he played what he described as "a physically repulsive" Davies in Patrick Marber's revival of Pinter's "The Caretaker", but he found the rehearsal period an unhappy experience, and felt that he had let down the author


2002

Since 2002, Marber has been married to actress Debra Gillett add something


2003

A stage version, directed by Michael Grandage, was first performed 2003 at the Donmar Warehouse, London by Kelly Reilly, Richard Coyle and Helen Baxendale add something

 

Marber reunited with the "Knowing Me, Knowing You" team in 2003 to record commentaries for the DVD release of the show add something


2004

A play for young people, "The Musicians", about a school orchestra's visit to Russia, was performed for the National Theatre's Shell Connections programme in 2004, its first production being at the Sydney Opera House add something

 

A screen adaptation, written by Marber, was released in 2004, directed by Mike Nichols and starring Julia Roberts, Jude Law, Natalie Portman and Clive Owen add something

 

He contributed some new in-character audio material to the DVD release of "The Day Today" in 2004 add something

 

In 2004, Marber was Cameron Mackintosh Professor of Contemporary Theatre at Oxford University add something

 

Closer (2004 film) - "'Closer"' is a 2004 romantic drama film written by Patrick Marber, based on his award-winning 1997 play of the same name


2005

Clive Owen - Owen appeared in the West End and Broadway hit play "Closer", by Patrick Marber, which was produced as a film, and was released in 2005


2006

"Don Juan in Soho", his contemporary rendering of Molière's comedy "Don Juan", opened at the Donmar Warehouse in 2006, directed by Michael Grandage and with Rhys Ifans in the lead role add something

 

Ross Boatman - His other television roles include "A Touch of Frost", three episodes of "The Bill" , "Murder in Mind", "Dream Team", ITV1 2004 drama Planespotting, and the *award-winning West End play "Dealer's Choice" by Patrick Marber


2007

A new production by the Roundabout Theatre Company opened Off-Broadway in March 2007, with Alfred Molina in the title role add something

 

Euan Morton - In 2007, he appeared in the Roundabout Theatre Company's new off-Broadway play "Howard Katz" by Patrick Marber along with Alfred Molina


2008

Sam Taylor-Wood - In 2008, Taylor-Wood directed a short film Love You More, written by Patrick Marber and produced by Anthony Minghella.


2009

It later had a production at the American Airlines Theatre on Broadway in 2009 add something


2010

In Stewart Lee's 2010 book, "How I Escaped My Certain Fate", Marber is referred to as a "new Shakespeare" add something

 

Marber is a Director of Lewes FC, driving forward a scheme for the club to be community owned since July 2010 add something


2012

Natalie Dormer - In March 2012, she returned to the Young Vic to play the title role in "After Miss Julie" by Patrick Marber


2015

In June 2015 his most recent play, "The Red Lion", opened at the National Theatre add something


2016

Tom Hollander - From September 2016 he will portray Henry Carr in a revival of Tom Stoppard's Play Travesties at the Menier Chocolate Factory, directed by Patrick Marber

 

Tom Hollander - From September 2016 he portrayed Henry Carr in a revival of Tom Stoppard's sold-out play "Travesties" at the Menier Chocolate Factory, directed by Patrick Marber

 

Ruth Wilson (actress) - From December 2016 to February 2017, Wilson starred in the title role of Hedda Gabler in a new version by Patrick Marber at the National Theatre


2017

David Tennant - Between March and June 2017 Tennant will appear in Patrick Marber's "Don Juan in Soho" at the Wyndham's Theatre