Marc Norman

Award-winning Hollywood screenwriter

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Hollywood screenwriter who won two Oscars for Shakespeare in Love in 1999, one for Best Screenplay with Tom Stoppard and the other for Best Picture with the other producers of the film; member of the negotiating committee for the Writers' Guild of America during the current labor dispute; author of What Happens Next: A History of American Screenwriting

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