GREGG, Hubert. British, b. 1914. Genres: Novels, Plays/Screenplays, Songs/Lyrics and libretti, Autobiography/Memoirs. Career: Actor, director and broadcaster. Publications: April Gentleman (novel), 1951; A Day's Loving (novel), 1974; Agatha Christie and All That Mousetrap, 1981; Thanks for the Memory, 1983; Geliebtes Traumbild (play), 1984; Maybe It's Because (autobiography), 1989; also author of stage plays and musicals, and songs. Died 2004.
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