Charlotte Jones (writer)
|Born||2 June 1968|
|Alma mater||Balliol College, Oxford University and Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art|
|Occupation||Playwright, screenwriter, actress|
|Known for||Bob's Weekend (1996), Without You (2012)|
|Spouse(s)||Paul Bazely (m. 1998)|
Her first play Airswimming debuted in 1997 at the Battersea Arts Centre in London. Her other plays include In Flame, The Dark, The Lightning Play, and Humble Boy. Charlotte Jones wrote the book to the 2004-2006 West End musical, The Woman in White, in collaboration with the David Zippel and Andrew Lloyd Webber. She has created the ITV period drama The Halcyon. It is set in 1940 and focuses on a five-star hotel at the centre of London Society and a world at war. The series was first announced on 3 December 2015, before the official cast was announced on 4 April 2016, with Steven Mackintosh and Olivia Williams playing major roles. The series was cancelled after one series.
She won the 2001 Susan Smith Blackburn Prize.
- Allen, Morgan. "Marquee Value. 'The Woman in White' at London's Palace" Playbill, 20 April 2004
- Bird, Allen. The Woman in White londontheatre.co.uk, 20 September 2004
- The Woman in White thisistheatre.com, accessed 17 March 2016
- "The Sun". Digital Spy. Retrieved 10 March 2017.
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