Beverley Cross

Born Apr 13, 1931

Beverley Cross was an English playwright, librettist and screenwriter. Born in London into a theatrical family, Cross started off by writing children's plays in the 1950s. He achieved instant success with his first play One More River, which dealt with a mutiny in which a crew puts its first officer on trial for manslaughter. The play made its debut in 1959, starring Michael Caine.… Read More

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1931 Birth Born on April 13, 1931.


1959 28 Years Old The play made its debut in 1959, starring Michael Caine. … Read More


1962 31 Years Old In 1962, he translated Marc Camoletti's classic farce Boeing Boeing, which went on to have a lengthy and highly lucrative run in the West End. … Read More
1963 32 Years Old This opened in 1963 and, like his first play, ran in London for more than a year. … Read More


1998 67 Years Old He died in London in 1998. … Read More
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