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Tom Stoppard

Tom StoppardAKA Tomá Straussler

Born: 3-Jul-1937
Birthplace: Zlin, Czechoslovakia

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Playwright

Nationality: England
Executive summary: Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead

In addition to his staged plays, Stoppard has written a number of screenplays, including Brazil, Empire of the Sun, and Shakespeare in Love, co-authored with Mark Norman, for which they received an academy award.

Father: Eugene Straussler (physician, d. Singapore by Japanese forces in WWII)
Father: Kenneth Stoppard (stepfather)
Wife: Jose Ingle (m. 1962, div. 1972)
Wife: Miriam Moore-Robinson (b. 12-May-1937, m. 1972, div. 1992)
Son: Oliver (with Ingle)
Son: Barnaby (with Ingle)
Son: William (with Moore)
Son: Edmund (with Moore)
Girlfriend: Felicity Kendal (dated 1990-98)

    High School: Mount Hermon School, Darjeeling, India (1943-45)

    Committee for the Free World
    Commander of the British Empire 1978
    Knight of the British Empire 1997
    Oscar for Best Screenplay 1998, for Shakespeare in Love
    Dan David Prize 2008
    Funeral: Christopher Hitchens (2012)

    Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead (12-Sep-1990)

Wrote plays:
Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead (1967)
Enter a Free Man (1968)
The Real Inspector Hound (1968)
After Magritte (1970)
Jumpers (1972)
Travesties (1974)
Dirty Linen (1976)
New-Found-Land (1976)
Every Good Boy Deserves Favour (1977)
Night and Day (1978)
Dogg's Hamlet (1979)
Cahoot's Macbeth (1979)
15-Minute Hamlet (1979)
Undiscovered Country (1979)
On the Razzle (1981)
The Real Thing (1982)
Rough Crossing (1984)
Dalliance (1986)
Hapgood (1988)
Arcadia (1993)
Indian Ink (1995)
The Invention of Love (1997)
The Coast of Utopia (2002)

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