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|Born||Colin Hugh Kiaran Woodhouse
12 February 1934
|Died||29 August 2011(aged 77)|
Colin Hugh Kiaran Woodhouse (12 February 1934) – 29 August 2011) was a screenwriter and the younger brother of Martin Woodhouse, also a screenwriter. Together, they wrote some episodes of Supercar.
Woodhouse enrolled at St John's College, Cambridge, in 1954. In 2002, he became associated with Cubeword Games Limited, a Shaftesbury-based manufacturer of games and toys. He became a company director on 17 April, and on 7 May, Woodhouse became a secretary.
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