John James Osborne (12 December 1929 – 24 December 1994) was an English playwright, screenwriter, actor and critic of the Establishment. The success of his 1956 play Look Back in Anger transformed English theatre.
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... John Osborne broadcaster, birthday 28 September, started his radio career on London's pirate radio circuit, culminating in South London's very successful Horizon Radio ... John also carved a very successful career as a club DJ in clubs such as The Hippodrome, Camden Palace, Limelight, Buzz Bar, Room at the Top, Stage 3 ... John became the presenter of the DMC Mixing Championships for a two-year period 92-94 ...
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“I never thought as it was any harm to say a young man was handsome. But I shall never think of him any more now. For handsome is as handsome does.”
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