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|Born||1976 (age 44–45)|
|Notable works||Ford v Ferrari (2019)|
John-Henry Butterworth is an English screenwriter who has co-written several screenplays with his brother Jez Butterworth. The brothers won the Writers Guild of America's 2011 Paul Selvin Award for their screenplay for the 2010 film Fair Game.
|2010||Fair Game||Co-wrote with Jez Butterworth|
|2014||Edge of Tomorrow||Co-wrote screenplay with Christopher McQuarrie and Jez Butterworth|
|Get on Up||Co-wrote screenplay with Jez Butterworth|
Co-wrote story with Steven Baigelman and Jez Butterworth
|2015||Despite the Night||Co-wrote with Philippe Grandrieux & Bertrand Schefer and Rebecca Zlotowski|
|2019||Ford v Ferrari||Co-wrote with Jez Butterworth and Jason Keller|
|2021||Flag Day||Co-wrote with Jez Butterworth|
|2023||Untitled fifth Indiana Jones film||Co-writing with Jez Butterworth and James Mangold|
|2021||Nine Perfect Strangers||Co-developer and executive producer, wrote 3 episodes|
- Fleming, Mike (3 February 2011). "Butterworths Win WGA Prize For 'Fair Game' Script". Deadline Hollywood. Retrieved 4 June 2014.