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Stephen Davis is a playwright, screenwriter and (as Stephen Leo Davis) novelist. He is best known for The Dissolution of Marcus Fleishman (1979) Nosenko (1986), Ruby (1992), based on his theatre play Love Field, Degrees of Error (1995), Waking the Dead (2002-) Silent Witness (2007-). He won an International Emmy Award in 2004 after being first ... See full bio »
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 2008 Monkey Puzzle (written by)
 2007 Spy Shop (TV Series) (series written - 10 episodes)
- ABC Drug Lolly (2007) ... (series written)
- Tracking Device (2007) ... (series written)
- VDOG (2007) ... (series written)
- Self Defence (2007) ... (series written)
- Tin of Beans (2007) ... (series written)
 2003 Pirate Islands (TV Series) (writer)
 2002 Blurred
 2002 Fairy Tale Police Department (TV Series) (series writer - 1 episode)
- Aladdin and the Lost Lamp (2002) ... (series writer)
 2001 Crash Palace (TV Series)
 2000 Bored Olives (original screenplay)
 1992 Ruby (play "Love Field") / (screenplay)
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 2013 Chasing Clouds (Short) (completed)
 1995 Tunnel Vision
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 1993 Broken Highway
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 2014 Drown (producer) (post-production)
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 2010 The Reef (script editor)
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Founded The National Heritage Training Academy (South West). See more »

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