Davey Holmes

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Davey Holmes
Davey holmes.jpg
Photo Source: Writers Guild Award Ceremony, 2009
Born (1969-10-04) October 4, 1969 (age 45)
Massachusetts, USA
Occupation Screenwriter, Playwright
Nationality American
Notable works Shameless (2013-2015)
Pushing Daisies (2009)
In Treatment (2008)
Damages (2007)

Davey Holmes (born October 4, 1969) is an American screenwriter, producer and playwright.

Writing[edit]

Holmes is a writer and Executive Producer of the television show Shameless (Showtime). Other television shows he has written for include In Treatment (HBO) for which he won a Writers Guild of America Award for Best Screenplay - New Series,[1] Damages (FX) for which he received a nomination for Writers Guild of America Award for Best Screenplay - New Series,[1] Pushing Daisies (ABC), Awake, (NBC), Chicago Code, (FOX) 3 lbs (CBS; starring Stanley Tucci) and Law & Order (NBC).

Holmes began his writing career in New York City with a production of his original play More Lies About Jerzy (2001) at the Vineyard Theatre starring Jared Harris,[2] and later productions of the play in London at the New End Theatre[3] and in Los Angeles at the Hayworth Theatre.[4] See reviews for all productions.

More Lies About Jerzy is published by Broadway Play Publishing Inc.

Personal life[edit]

Holmes married actress Sonya Walger in July 2009. They currently reside in Los Angeles, California.

Other Biographical Details[edit]

Holmes played keyboard with the popular ska punk band, The Mighty Mighty Bosstones, including on their 1989 album, Devil's Night Out.

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