Stephen Tredre

British actor-writer Stephen Tredre

Stephen Ralph Tredre, was an English actor-writer, who died of bone cancer. The son of a doctor, born in London he was educated at Epsom College, appearing as the lead in a school production of Hamlet, Tredre also wrote articles for the school magazine, edited by his brother. After studying drama and English at Exeter University, he graduated from the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art.
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Birthday
17 July 1963
home town
London
Death Place
Islington
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    THIRTIES
  • 1997
    Age 33
    The couple broke up in 1997, at Tredre's insistence.
  • 1996
    Age 32
    Tredre began to write while still working as an actor. Having had scripts accepted to the BBC soap opera EastEnders, he then joined the soap's rota of writers. His diagnosis with cancer in 1996 didn't diminish his output, and in fact increased it, writing the short personal memoir film Between Dreams, and having his six-part legal series Fish be accepted by the BBC, who cast Paul McGann in the lead role.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1963
    Born
    Born on July 17, 1963.
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