Gilroy, Frank D(aniel)
GILROY, Frank D(aniel)
GILROY, Frank D(aniel). American, b. 1925. Genres: Novels, Plays/Screenplays, Film. Career: Playwright; film dir., writer and producer. Member of Council, Dramatists Guild, NYC, 1964- (President, 1969-71). Formerly a scriptwriter for TV. Publications: About Those Roses: Or, How Not to Do a Play and Succeed, and the Text of The Subject Was Roses, 1965; That Summer-That Fall, 1967; The Only Game in Town, 1968: A Matter of Pride, 1970; (with R.C. Gilroy) Little Ego (for children), 1970; Present Tense, 1972; I Wake Up Screening: Everything You Need to Know about Making Independent Films Including a Thousand Reasons Not To (nonfiction), 1993. NOVELS: Private, 1970; From Noon till Three, 1973, in U.K. as For Want of a Horse, 1975. SCREENPLAYS: Desperate Characters, 1970; From Noon till Three, 1977; Once in Paris, 1978; The Gig, 1985; The Luckiest Man in the World, 1989. PLAYS: Who'll Save the Plowboy?, 1962; The Subject Was Roses, 1962; Last Licks, 1979; The Next Contestant, 1979; Dreams of Glory, 1980; Real to Reel, 1987; Match Point, 1990; A Way with Words, 1991; Give the Bishop My Faint Regards, 1992; Any Given Day, 1993; Fore, 1993; Getting In, 1997; The Golf Ball, 1999; Contact with the Enemy, 1999; Inspector Ohm, 2001. Address: c/o Dramatists Guild, 1501 Broadway, Ste. 701, New York, NY 10036, U.S.A.