Martin Faranan McDonagh is an English playwright, screenwriter, producer and director. Born and raised in London, the son of Irish parents. The Oscar winner for Best Short Action, McDonagh was nominated for three more Academy Awards and in 2018 won three BAFTA awards out of four nominations and two Golden Globes out of three nominations for film Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri. .
|Born||Martin Faranan McDonagh, March 26, 1970, Camberwell, London, England|
|Occupation||Playwright, screenwriter, film director|
|Notable work||Six Shooter, In Bruges, Seven Psychopaths, Hangmen, Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri|
|IMDb||Martin McDonagh's IMDb|
Considered one of the most influential Irish playwrights, he wrote two trilogies of plays: The Leanne Trilogy and The Aran Islands Trilogy.
He got his start writing radio plays and won the 1996 George Devine Award for Most Promising Playwright.
He was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay for his film debut, 2009's In Bruges.
His brother is screenwriter John Michael McDonagh.
He wrote and directed the film In Bruges, starring Colin Farrell.
- Winner of the AACTA international award for best screenplay
- Directed by the winners of the Academy of Short Film Live Action
- Winner of the Golden Globe Award for Best Screenplay
- London Film Directors
- British screenwriters
- British playwright and playwright
- British playwrights and male actors
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Latest information about Martin McDonagh updated on June 07 2021.