James Graham

Playwright, screenwriter

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Writer James Graham adapted “Quiz” from his play of the same name.

In AMC’s ‘Quiz,’ writer James Graham questions a famous game show scandal

Writer James Graham adapted “Quiz” from his play of the same name.

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