Constance Cox

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This article is about the British script writer. For the Tlingit Canadian schoolteacher and interpreter, see Constance Cox (interpreter).

Constance Cox (25 October 1912 – 1998) was a British script writer.

She specialised in adaptations of books by Charles Dickens and other classic literature. She was born in Surrey, England, UK. She was one of the first writers to adapt for television. Pickwick Papers was adapted for television by her in 1977. She also was a prolific playwright. She was a member of the Brighton Little Theatre from the early 1950s and directed her own and others' work there for many years.


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