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Beau Willimon


Beau Willimon is a writer and producer, known for The Ides of March (2011), House of Cards (2013) and Jack Johnson. See full bio »

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Nominated for 1 Oscar. Another 3 wins & 18 nominations. See more awards »

Known For

The Ides of March
(2011)
House of Cards
(2013-2017)
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  House of Cards (TV Series) (created for television by - 65 episodes, 2013 - 2017) (written by - 23 episodes, 2013 - 2016)
- Episode #5.13 (2017) ... (created for television by)
- Episode #5.12 (2017) ... (created for television by)
- Episode #5.11 (2017) ... (created for television by)
- Episode #5.10 (2017) ... (created for television by)
- Episode #5.7 (2017) ... (created for television by)
 2011 The Ides of March (play "Farragut North") / (screenplay)
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(2011-2012 Season) His play "Farragut North," was performed at the Stage Left Theatre in Chicago, Illinois with Brian Plocharczyk in the cast.
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A lot of bad writing focuses on causality. It's this Freudian psychoanalytical bullshit: 'What is the A that led to the B?' And more often than not, the reasons are never explained, or they don't have identifiable points of origin. See more »

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