Troy Kennedy Martin
Television screenwriter
Troy Kennedy Martin was a Scottish-born film and television screenwriter best known for creating the long-running BBC TV police series Z-Cars, and for the award-winning 1985 anti-nuclear drama Edge of Darkness. His best-known work for the cinema... Wikipedia
Born: February 15, 1932, Rothesay, United Kingdom
Died: September 15, 2009, Ditchling, United Kingdom
Movies and TV shows

Film. The Italian Job (1969) Kelly's Heroes (1970) The Jerusalem File (1972) Sweeney II (1978) Red Heat (1988) Red Dust (2004) Biography · 1960s · 1970s · 1980s Occupation: Screenwriter Born: 15 February 1932; Rothesay, Isle of Bute, Scotland Died: 15 September 2009 (aged 77); Ditchling, East Sussex, England Troy Kennedy Martin (The Television Series) (9780719067037): Cooke, Lez: Books.
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Troy Kennedy Martin (The Television Series) - Kindle edition by Cooke, Lez. Download it once and read it on ... Look inside this book. Troy Kennedy Martin ( The ...
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Edge of Darkness book. ... and writer Troy Kennedy Martin's achievement in creating a "green" vision of things to come makes this an important text for the 1990s ...
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Jan 8, 2019 · Troy Kennedy Martin was an English film and television screenwriter.Educated at Finchley ... Troy Kennedy Martin's books. Troy Kennedy ...
Sep 16, 2009 · In 1962 Troy Kennedy Martin, who has died aged 77, created Z Cars, writing the first nine episodes of the groundbreaking realistic police series ...
Jun 15, 2012 · This is the first full-length study of the screenwriter Troy Kennedy Martin, whose work for film and television includes Z Cars, The Italian Job, ...
Sep 17, 2009 · When Troy Kennedy Martin created Z Cars in 1962, he brought to ... by the director Tony Richardson, and the novels written by Alan Sillitoe.
Sep 15, 2009 · Troy Kennedy Martin, the British screenwriter whose credits include The ... He also adapted Andy McNab's book Bravo Two Zero for the BBC.
Sep 16, 2009 · Troy Kennedy Martin, the scriptwriter, who died on Tuesday aged 77, created ... and adapted Andy McNab's book Bravo Two Zero for the BBC.