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  1. Sharman Macdonald (born 8 February 1951) is a Scottish playwright, screenwriter, and actress. Contents 1 Life and career 1.1 Personal life 2 Selected writings 3 References 4 External links Life and career [ edit] Macdonald was born in Glasgow, the daughter of Janet Rewat (née Williams) and Joseph Henry Hosgood MacDonald. [1]

    • Playwright, screenwriter, former actress
    • Scottish
  2. Sharman Macdonald was born on February 8, 1951 in Glasgow, Scotland. She is an actress and writer, known for The Edge of Love (2008), Silver Ghost and The Winter Guest (1997). She has been married to Will Knightley since 1976. They have two children. See full bio » Born: February 8, 1951 in Glasgow, Scotland, UK

    • Sharman Macdonald
  3. Playwright and novelist Sharman Macdonald was born in Glasgow in 1951. Educated at the University of Edinburgh, she graduated in 1972 and moved to London where she acted with the 7:84 theatre company and at the Royal Court Theatre.

    • Glasgow, Scotland
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  4. Sharman Macdonald was born on February 8, 1951 in Glasgow, Scotland. She is an actress and writer, known for The Edge of Love (2008), Silver Ghost and The Winter Guest (1997). She has been married to Will Knightley since 1976. They have two children. Family (2) Trivia (12) Mother of Keira Knightley & Caleb Knightley

    • Sharman S. Macdonald
    • February 8, 1951 in Glasgow, Scotland, UK
  5. Sharman Macdonald gave up acting to write. Her plays include the award-winning When I Was A Girl I Used to Scream and Shout, The Brave, When We Were Women, All Things Nice, Shades, The Winter Guest, Sea Urchins, After Juliet, The Girl With Red Hair and Broken Hallelujah. She has written three pieces for radio: Sea Urchins, Gladly My Cross-Eyed ...

  6. www.heddahouse.com › playwrights › sharman-macdonaldSharman Macdonald - Hedda House

    08/02/2019 · Her first play, ‘When I Was a Girl, I Used to Scream and Shout’, was performed at The Bush Theatre in 1984. It won her the Evening Standard Award for most promising playwright. ? ‘When We Were Women’ was first performed at the Cottesloe Theatre, which is now The Dorfman. ? She is also screenwriter, novelist and librettist.

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