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  1. Annabel Davis-Goff (born 19 February 1942) is an Irish novelist, academic, screenwriter and advocate, active in the United States. [2] Early life Davis-Goff was born to a Protestant family [3] in Ireland to Anglo-Irish parents. Her father was Sir Ernest William Davis-Goff, 3rd Bt; her mother was Alice Cynthia Sainthill Woodhouse.

    • 19 February 1942 (age 81), County Waterford, Ireland
    • .mw-parser-output .marriage-line-margin2px{line-height:0;margin-bottom:-2px}.mw-parser-output .marriage-line-margin3px{line-height:0;margin-bottom:-3px}.mw-parser-output .marriage-display-ws{display:inline;white-space:nowrap}, Mike Nichols, ​ ​(m. 1975; div. 1986)​
  2. Annabel Davis-Goff. Director of the Prison Education Initiative. Annabel Davis-Goff is a novelist, essayist, social justice advocate, and a driving force behind Bennington College’s Incarceration in America and Prison Education Initiatives. adavis-goff@bennington.edu. annabeldavisgoff.com.

  3. www.annabeldavisgoff.com › bioAnnabel Davis-Goff

    Annabel Davis-Goff was born in the South of Ireland in 1942. My parents belonged to the Anglo-Irish generation that had been brought up during English rule, and had lived through the Anglo-Irish War, the Civil War, the Irish Free State and, by the time I was born, were adapting to belonging to the Republic of Ireland.

  4. Annabel Davis-Goff. Script and Continuity Department: Walkabout. Annabel Davis-Goff was born on 19 February 1942 in Ireland. She is a writer and producer, known for Walkabout (1971), The Great Gatsby (1974) and The Last of Sheila (1973). She was previously married to Mike Nichols.

    • Annabel Davis-Goff
    • February 19, 1942
  5. Literature & Fiction, Memoir edit data I was born in the South of Ireland in 1942. My parents belonged to the Anglo-Irish generation that had been brought up during English rule, and had lived through the Anglo-Irish War, the Civil War, the Irish Free State and, by the time I was born, were adapting to belonging to the Republic of Ireland.

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  6. The Fox's Walk. The Dower House. This Cold Country. Walled Gardens. An excerpt from my novel in progress, Reduced Circumstances, was published in the Spring 2015 edition of Traveltainted.