John Osborne was an Oscar Award-winning English playwright, screenwriter, and actor, known for his excoriating prose and intense critical stance towards established social and political norms.
His play, Look Back in Anger, transformed English theatre and received a Tony Award nominee for Best Play on Broadway (Royal Court/Lyceum/John Golden Theatres). He won a Tony Award for Best Play for Luther (St. James/Lunt-Fontanne Theatres), and received two more nominations for Inadmissible Evidence (Belasco/Shubert Theatres) and Epitaph for George Dillon (John Golden/Henry Miller's Theatres). Other Broadway works include A Patriot for Me (Imperial Theatre) and The Entertainer (Royale Theatre).
Screenplays include God Rot Tunbridge Wells!, A Better Class of Person, Colonel Redl, The Gift of Friendship, Get Carter, The Charge of the Light Brigade, A Sunday in September, and England, My England.
Television writing credits include the BBC miniseries, Supernatural, and series, BBC's Play of the Month and ABC's Present Stage.