Renaissance

Renaissance by Oliver Bowden

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Oliver Bowden

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Anton Gill (Anton Gill) - English theatrical figure, writer. In addition to publishing under his own name, he uses two pseudonyms Oliver Bowden (Oliver Bowden) and Ray Evans (Ray Evans). Born in 1948 in Lyford (Essex, UK). The only child in the family, the father is a German by nationality, an engineer by profession. Mother is English by nationality, she taught English and Russian, as well as drama. Both parents died in 1995. Anton Gill was educated at Chigwell School (Essex, 1960-1966), after graduating from which he decided to become a theater actor. After graduating from Clare College (Cambridge, 1967-1970), where he was president of the Amateur Drama Club, from 1970 to 1976 he worked in theaters in London and Geneva, mainly in leadership positions and wrote plays. Subsequently, he headed the drama department at the Arts and Culture Council of Great Britain (1976-1978), was the editor-in-chief of Drama radio programs on the BBC (1978-1981), and adapted radio shows and theatr...

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Anton Gill (Anton Gill) - English theatrical figure, writer. In addition to publishing under his own name, he uses two pseudonyms Oliver Bowden (Oliver Bowden) and Ray Evans (Ray Evans). Born in 1948 in Lyford (Essex, UK). The only child in the family, the father is a German by nationality, an engineer by profession. Mother is English by nationality, she taught English and Russian, as well as drama. Both parents died in 1995. Anton Gill was educated at Chigwell School (Essex, 1960-1966), after graduating from which he decided to become a theater actor. After graduating from Clare College (Cambridge, 1967-1970), where he was president of the Amateur Drama Club, from 1970 to 1976 he worked in theaters in London and Geneva, mainly in leadership positions and wrote plays. Subsequently, he headed the drama department at the Arts and Culture Council of Great Britain (1976-1978), was the editor-in-chief of Drama radio programs on the BBC (1978-1981), and adapted radio shows and theatrical plays for the Norddeutscher Rundfunk in Hamburg (1981-1984). In 1984 he retired and devoted himself entirely to literature. Jill specializes in contemporary European history. She is looking for eyewitnesses of certain events and interviews them. He has published about 40 books, his books have been translated into many languages, and he is the winner of the HH Wingate Award for non-fiction for his research work on Nazi concentration camp survivors "The Journey Back From Hell". In addition to serious literature, Gill`s pen owns a fictional series based on the popular video game Assassin`s Creed by Ubisoft, written under the pseudonym Oliver Bowden. Jill is an ardent fan of this game and has always been attracted to the history of Ancient Egypt. Lives alternately in London and Paris. Married second marriage to actress Marji Campi. Author`s site: http://antongill.com/