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Niall Williams (writer) was born on 8 June, 1958 in Dublin, Ireland, is a writer. Discover Niall Williams (writer)'s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 65 years old?

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Occupation Novelist, playwright, screenwriter
Age 65 years old
Zodiac Sign Gemini
Born 8 June, 1958
Birthday 8 June
Birthplace Dublin, Ireland
Nationality Ireland

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Children Deirdre, Joseph

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Williams’ ninth novel, This is Happiness, was published in September 2019. It tells the story of rural electrification and the changes to a small, isolated community, recounted from the perspective of Noe, a 78 year old man recalling his youth in the late 1950s.


Since 2014, Williams has begun writing novels set in a fictional village in the west of Ireland called Faha. Similar to Macondo in the works of Gabriel García Márquez, Faha is a rural village steeped in magic realism which acts as a backdrop for Williams’ stories.

History of the Rain was published in 2014 and recounts the saga of a family from the perspective of Ruth Swain, a bed bound teenage girl. It was longlisted for the 2014 Booker Prize.


In 2006, Williams’ novella, The Unrequited, was published as part of the Picador Shots series. Williams also wrote two young adult novels, Boy in the World, published in 2007, and Boy and Man, published in 2008. In 2008 Bloomsbury published John, Williams’.


Only Say the Word was published in 2003 and is a contemporary novel dealing with the theme of loss.


As It Is In Heaven was published in 1999 and short-listed for the Irish Times Literature Prize.


Four Letters of Love, Williams' first novel, was published in 1997. It went on to become an international bestseller and has been published in over twenty countries.


In 1991, Williams’ first play, The Murphy Initiative, was staged at the Abbey Theatre in Dublin. His second play, A Little Like Paradise, was produced on the Peacock stage of the Abbey Theatre in 1995. His third play, The Way You Look Tonight, was produced by Galway’s Druid Theatre Company in 1999.


In 1985, Williams moved to Kilmihil, County Clare, in the west of Ireland. Here, he co-wrote four non-fiction books with Christine about their experiences of rural life in the cottage that her grandfather had left almost a century before.


Niall Williams (Born June 8, 1958) in Dublin is an Irish writer. Having started as a non-fiction writer and playwright, he is most well-known as a novelist. His work has been translated into over twenty deferent languages.

Williams was born in Dublin, Ireland in 1958. He attended Oatlands College, a boys’ school in Stillorgan, County Dublin. He studied English and French Literature at University College Dublin, where he met his wife, American writer and editor Christine Breen. He graduated with an Masters of Arts in Modern American literature in 1980. After a year lecturing at the Université de Caen in Normandy, he moved to New York. He worked briefly at Fox and Sutherland’s bookstore in Mount Kisco, New York, near his wife’s home town of Katonah before becoming a copywriter at Avon Books.