Paul Vincent Carroll
Paul Vincent Carroll (10 July 1900 – 20 October 1968) was an Irish dramatist and writer of movie scenarios and television scripts.
Carroll was born in Blackrock, County Louth, Ireland and trained as a teacher at St Patrick's College, Dublin and settled in Glasgow in 1921as a teacher. Several of his plays were produced by the Abbey Theatre in Dublin. He co-founded, with Grace Ballantine and Molly Urquhart, the Curtain Theatre Company in Glasgow.
Carroll and his wife, clothing designer Helena Reilly, had three daughters; the youngest was actress Helena Carroll (1928–2013).
Paul Vincent Carroll died at age 68 in Bromley, Kent, England from undisclosed causes.
Select list of works
- The Watched Pot (unpublished)
- The Things That are Caesar's (London, 1934)
- Shadow and Substance (1937, won the Casement Award and the New York Drama Critics' Circle Award)
- Coggerers (1944, later renamed The Conspirators)
- The White Steed (1939, won Drama Critics’ Circle Award)
- The Strings My Lord Are False (1944)
- The Old Foolishness (1944)
- The Wise Have Not Spoken (1947)
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