Neil Norman

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Neil Norman is a British playwright[citation needed] and critic.[1] A journalist on the New Musical Express in the early 1970s, Norman became a film critic for The Face and in the ensuing years a reviewer of film and theatre for various cinema magazines and national newspapers. He joined the Evening Standard in 1986 as a film critic and feature writer. He is co-author of a book about the 1985 movie Insignificance and the Robbie Coltrane biography Looking For Robbie. His plays have been performed in London, Toronto and New York.[citation needed]

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  1. ^ "Critics laud Tennant in Labour's". BBC Online. 9 October 2008. Retrieved 16 April 2012.