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    Scottish academic biography stubs

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  1. A.L. Kennedy

    A.L. Kennedy

    186 views
    Author, comedian

  2. Alex Gray

    Alex Gray

    121 views
    English rugby union player

  3. James Bridie

    James Bridie

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    James Bridie (3 January 1888 in Glasgow – 29 January 1951 in Edinburgh) was the pseudonym of a Scottish playwright, screenwriter and surgeon whose real name was Osborne Henry Mavor. He took his pen-name from his paternal grandfather's first name and his grandmother's maiden name.


  4. Neil Oliver

    Neil Oliver

    60 views
    English footballer

  5. David McKay

    David McKay

    60 views
    Scottish, Film Director

  6. John McGrath

    John McGrath

    73 views

    John Peter McGrath (1 June 1935 – 22 January 2002) was a British playwright and theatre theorist who took up the cause of Scottish independence in his plays.


  7. Nicholas Stuart Gray

    Nicholas Stuart Gray

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    Nicholas Stuart Gray (23 October 1922, Scotland - 17 March 1981) was a British actor and playwright, perhaps best known for his work in children's theatre in England. He was also an author of children's fantasy; he wrote a number of novels, a dozen plays, and many short stories. Neil Gaiman has written that Gray "is one of those authors I loved as a boy who holds up even better on rereading as an adult". Many other modern fantasy authors, such as Hilari Bell, Cecilia Dart-Thornton, Kate Forsyth, Cassandra Golds, Katherine Langrish, Sophie Masson, and Garth Nix, cite Gray's work as something they enjoyed as children.


  8. Jimmy Boyle

    Jimmy Boyle

    42 views
    British artist

  9. Pete Cashmore

    Pete Cashmore

    28 views
    Scottish blogger and businessman

  10. Marie Cassidy

    Marie Cassidy

    25 views
    Scottish, Doctor

  11. William Barclay

    William Barclay

    16 views
    Scottish, Writer

  12. Michael Scott Rohan

    Michael Scott Rohan

    17 views
    British writer

  13. Dave Watson

    Dave Watson

    15 views
    New Zealand rugby league player

  14. Lady Anne Barnard

    Lady Anne Barnard

    14 views
    British writer

  15. Cordelia Oliver

    Cordelia Oliver

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    Cordelia Oliver (24 April 1923, Glasgow - 1 December 2009) was a Scottish journalist, painter and art critic, noted as an indefatigable promoter of Scottish arts in general and the avant-garde in particular. She worked during 3 politically turbulent decades as The Guardian's Scottish arts correspondent, reporting the optimism she saw in the country's theatre, opera, music, painting and sculpture.


  16. Nan Shepherd

    Nan Shepherd

    13 views
    British writer

  17. Maggie Kingsley

    Maggie Kingsley

    14 views

    Maggie Kingsley is the pseudonym of Margaret Gray, a Scottish-born writer of Mills & Boon medical romances. Apart from one book - For Jodie's Sake - all of her medical romances are set in Scotland. In 2008 she also had "A Baby For Eve" published which is set in Cornwall and part of the "Brides Of Penhally Bay" series.


  18. Bashir Maan

    Bashir Maan

    13 views
    British politician

  19. Bryan Elsley

    Bryan Elsley

    14 views
    British television writer

  20. Brian Taylor

    Brian Taylor

    13 views
    British journalist

  21. Caleb Whitefoord

    Caleb Whitefoord

    9 views
    Scottish businessman and diplomat

  22. Hamish Watt

    Hamish Watt

    9 views
    Scottish businessman

  23. Rona Munro

    Rona Munro

    9 views

    Rona Munro (born 7 September 1959) is a Scottish writer. She has written plays for theatre, radio, and television. Her film work includes Ken Loach's Ladybird, Ladybird (1994), Oranges and Sunshine (2010) for Jim Loach and Aimée & Jaguar (1999), co-authored by German director Max Färberböck.


  24. John Ramsay (magic)

    John Ramsay (magic)

    9 views
    Scottish magician

  25. Matthew Fitt

    Matthew Fitt

    8 views
    British writer

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