Anne-Marie Casey

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Anne-Marie Casey
Born 7 July 1965
Pen name Anne-Marie Casey
Occupation Writer
Nationality British, Irish

Anne-Marie Casey (born 7 July 1965) was a primetime TV screenwriter and producer before moving into stage adaptation and novels.

Biography[edit]

Casey was born in 1965 in the UK to an Irish father. She was educated in St Bernard’s convent school before going to college in Oxford where she studied English and then Syracuse University, New York where she studied Film and TV. She became a producer and script editor with her TV shows in the primetime slot. She married writer Joseph O'Connor with whom she had two sons and moved to Killiney, Co Dublin. There she began working on scripts for RTÉ. The next step was when she began to create scripts for the stage, in 2011 she created the stage adaptation of Louisa May Alcott's classic novel Little Women. In 2014 she adapted Wuthering Heights.[1][2][3]

During this time Casey also began to write novels. Her first came out in 2013 and was a Kirkus Reviews best book of 2013.[4]

Works[edit]

TV credits[edit]

  • 2007-2009 The Clinic
  • 2007 Anner House
  • 2000 Lady Audley's Secret
  • 1998 Jilting Joe
  • 1995 Dangerous Lady
  • 1995 A Village Affair
  • 1995 The Spy Who Caught a Cold
  • 1994 Capital Lives
  • 1998 The Jump
  • 1992 The Blackheath Poisonings

Plays[edit]

  • 2011 Little Women
  • 2014 Wuthering Heights

Novels[edit]

  • An Englishwoman in New York (London, John Murray, 2013)/No One Could Have Guessed (New York, Amy Einhorn Books/Putnam 2013).

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