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Peter Sheridan (born 1952) is an Irish playwright, screenwriter and director. He lives in Dublin. His awards include the Rooney Prize for Irish Literature. In 1980 he was writer-in-residence in the Abbey Theatre, Dublin, and his short film, The Breakfast, won several European awards. He wrote the pilot episode of Fair City.(p13) He wrote and directed the film Borstal Boy, which was released in 2002. He is the brother of the film director Jim Sheridan.
- Diary of a Hunger Strike
- Finders Keepers
- No Entry
- Paint It Black
- Shades of the Jelly Woman (Part One)
- The Liberty Suit
- The Rock and Roll Show
- Women at Work
- Are You Havin' a Laugh?
- Borstal Boy Playwright: Frank McMahon "Borstal Boy" was written by Brendan Behan
- Every Inch of Her (Big Fat Love) (2003 & 2004)
- 44 (1999)
- Forty Seven Roses (2002)
- Break a Leg (2012)
- "Forty-Seven Roses" (notes), Irish Times, 8 September 2001.
- Gallagher, Brian (3 October 2005). Inside Fair City. Rooney Media Graphics. ISBN 978-0955090202.
- IMDB 
- Sheridan, Peter (1999). 44, Dublin Made Me. New York: Viking. ISBN 0-670-88514-2.
- Sheridan, Peter (2004). Every Inch of Her. New York: Penguin Books. ISBN 0-14-200434-0.
- Sheridan, Peter (2003). 47 Roses. New York: Penguin Books. ISBN 0-14-200286-0.
- "IMDb profile". Retrieved 2007-06-05.
- "Irish Playography". Retrieved 2007-06-05.
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