Morley, Sheridan (Robert)
MORLEY, Sheridan (Robert)
MORLEY, Sheridan (Robert). British, b. 1941. Genres: Film, Theatre, Biography. Career: London Drama Critic, International Herald Tribune, Paris, 1979-. Host, BBC Radio 2 Arts Program, 1990-. Newscaster, ITN television, London, 1964-67; Interviewer, BBC television Late Night Line Up, 1967-73; Deputy Features Ed., The Times, London, 1973-75; Arts Ed. and Drama Critic, Punch, London, 1975-86; Variety, 1992-94; Spectator, 1992-. Publications: A Talent to Amuse, 1969; Review Copies, 1974; Oscar Wilde, 1976; Marlene Dietrich, 1977; Sybil Thorndike, 1977; Gladys Cooper, 1979; Noel Coward and His Friends, 1979; Gertrude Lawrence, 1981; Tales from the Hollywood Raj, 1984; Shooting Stars, 1984; The Theatregoers Quiz Book, 1984; Katharine Hepburn, 1985; The Other Side of the Moon, 1985; Great Stage Stars, 1985; Spread a Little Happiness, 1987; Out in the Midday Sun, 1988; Elizabeth Taylor, 1988; Odd Man Out, 1989; Our Theatres in the '80s, 1990; Noel and Gertie, 1990; Robert, My Father, 1993; Audrey Hepburn, 1993; Methuen Book of Theatre Stories, 1993; Movie Stories, 1994; Dirk Bogarde, Rank Outsider, 1996; Gene Kelly, 1996; Judy Garland: Beyond the Rainbow, 1999; A Century of Theatre; Private Lives; The Coward Companion. EDITOR: Theatre '71-'74, 4 vols., Adventure and the Cinema, 1973; Romance and the Cinema, 1973; The Stephen Sondheim Songbook, 1980; Punch at the Theatre, 1980; The Noel Coward Diaries, 1983; Bull's Eyes, 1985. Address: c/o Curtis Brown, Haymarket House, 28/29 Haymarket, London SW1Y 4SP, England.