Robin Chapman is an English novelist, playwright and screenwriter.
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... Chapman began his career as an actor at Cambridge (he played Hamlet in the ADC’s centenary production and was president of the Marlowe Society) before holding a spear at Stratford-Upon-Avon, working ... Karl Miller in the London Review of Books acclaimed Chapman’s "learned and yet fully animate invention" ... Chapman's latest novel is Shakespeare's Don Quixote - a novel in dialogue featuring Shakespeare, Fletcher and Cervantes as they scrutinise a version of the lost play Cardenio, co-starring ...
... Goddard (Babs Colport), Luke Kelly (Barman), Robin Lermitte (Piers), Caroline Goodall (Holly Peverill), Terry Wallis (Hall Porter), Les Henry (Head Waiter ... (Detective Sergeant Davies) The Finger of Suspicion 29 ... April 1988 Tony Wilmot Robin Chapman Rodney Bennett Steve Baker is married to a beautiful Arab woman and they live happily in a Middle Eastern country ... Eddie Lemare (Police Constable) A Time to Die 6 ... May 1988 Aileen Wheeler Robin Chapman Paul Annett Yves Drouard is busy trying to keep his wife and young mistress happy ...
... Ghosh (Arab Digger), Raj Digger (Arab Digger) Vicious Circle 12 ... April 1981 Donald Honig Robin Chapman Philip Dudley An elderly woman catches a thief in the act at her home ... Evans (Policeman), Forbes Collins (Policeman) The Boy who Talked with Animals 19 ... April 1981 Robin Chapman Roald Dahl Alan Gibson While on holiday in Jamaica, young David persuades his father to buy a ... Mason (Mrs Saunders) Never Speak Ill of the Dead 24 ... May 1981 John Collier Robin Chapman John Gorrie Irene, the wife of a country doctor, has a reputation for promiscuity ...
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