Dennis Kelly is an English film, television and film writer. Its gaming DNA, first played in 2007, became a core textbook for GCSE in 2010 and is researched by approximately 400,000 students each year. He wrote the screenplay for Matilda the Musical, which included music and lyrics by comedian Tim Minchin. The musical has won several awards for Best Musical, in which Kelly received the Tony Award for Best Book in a Musical. As for television, he is known for co-creating and co-writing the BBC sitcom Three Pulling, the Channel 4 conspiracy thriller Utopia, and the HBO / Sky Atlantic thriller The Third Day. Kelly wrote the screenplay for the 2014 Black Sea film, directed by Kevin Macdonald and starring Jude Law.
|Born||November 16, 1970, Barnet, London, England|
|Occupation||Playwright, film and television scriptwriter|
|Education||Finchley Catholic High School|
|Alma mater||Goldsmiths College, University of London|
|Notable works||Debris (2003), Osama the Hero (2005), Love and Money (2006), DNA (2008), Orphans (2009), Matilda the Musical (2010), Utopia (2013)|
|IMDb||Dennis Kelly's IMDb|
He studied drama and theater arts from Goldsmiths College.
He wrote the play Debris when he was 30.
He has four siblings, and growing up his father worked as a bus conductor.
He wrote the screenplay for the musical Matilda starring Tim Minchin.
- British male screenwriter
- Sun people
- Alumni Goldsmiths, University of London
- British television writers
- Drama Desk, winner of the award
Latest information about Dennis Kelly updated on June 07 2021.