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Simon Robson is a British actor, director and writer.
Simon Robson studied Philosophy and Social and Political Science at Cambridge University and trained as an actor at RADA. He has worked extensively in the theatre, as well as appearing in Eastenders and Doctors. His first play, The Ghost Train Tattoo, was premiered at the Royal Exchange Theatre in Manchester in 2001. Since then he has published a book of short stories, The Separate Heart (Jonathan Cape), which was shortlisted for the prestigious Frank O'Connor Prize in 2007. His first novel, "Catch" (Jonathan Cape) was published in 2010. He wrote the libretto for the opera "Schoenberg in Hollywood", with music by Tod Machover, which received its premiere with Boston Lyric opera in November 2018.
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