Robert Evans

Robert Evans Brief Biography

Robert Evans (born 30 April 1977) is a playwright and actor.

Born in Abergavenny, Monmouthshire, in southeast Wales, he graduated in English and publishing at Oxford Brookes University, completed a postgraduate degree in English and drama at Cardiff University, then trained as an actor at the Central School of Speech and Drama where he gained his masters. In 2002, he began writing professionally. His first play, Leslie's Electric Video, was developed by Sgript Cymru in 2002. Mary's in the Shed was produced and published by the same company in 2003. His first TV comedy miniseries, The Watkins Report, was produced by Bethan Jones and directed by Rhys Powys for BBC 2W in 2005. In 2007, Evans's comedy mockumentary series, Cynthia, was produced and directed by Gareth Gwenlan for BBC Wales. He also wrote for the hit BBC One sitcom Green Green Grass and edited the script for the new series of the BAFTA and RTS award winning children's comedy Young Dracula (also for BBC One).

Robert Evans News

• Tyra Banks reportedly dating new 'Top Model' judge Robert Evans
• Film producer Robert Evans getting divorced for a seventh time
• Hollywood producer Robert Evans marries for seventh time
• Producer Robert Evans' life headed for Broadway

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