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Adam Brace is a British playwright born in 1980. He is best known for his plays Stovepipe, Unreachable, and The Big Meal. He has also written for television, radio, and film. Adam Brace studied English Literature at the University of East Anglia and then went on to complete a Masters in Playwriting at the Royal Court Theatre. Adam Brace has had his plays performed at the Royal Court Theatre, the National Theatre, the Bush Theatre, the Royal Exchange Theatre, and the Traverse Theatre. He has also written for television, radio, and film. Adam Brace's net worth is estimated to be around $1 million. He has earned his wealth through his successful career as a playwright. He has also written for television, radio, and film.
|Adam George Brace
|Playwright · director
|43 years old
|Date of death
|April 29, 2023
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|$1 Million - $5 Million
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He has also written a play called A Real Humane Person Who Cares And All That, which was performed in Edinburgh in 2008, before transferring to the Arcola in London.
Adam Brace (born 1980, London, England) is a British playwright. His play Stovepipe, performed in promenade, premiered at the HighTide festival in Suffolk before transferring to London for an eight-week run in collaboration with the National Theatre. The play is about corporate soldiers and Brace wrote it after a tour of Jordan where he conducted interviews with men in that job. The play was critically acclaimed, receiving numerous five star reviews and being called "rivetingly intelligent" by the Sunday Times and "exhilaratingly convincing' by The Independent. The play was named at number 10 in The Times Top Twenty Plays of the Decade.