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Bryan MacDonald (born Kilkenny, Ireland, 1979) is an Irish playwright, theatre director and journalist. Best known in Ireland for being the Dubliner's Diary columnist in The Evening Herald and Chief Theatre Critic of The Daily Mail, he has also contributed to RTÉ and The Dubliner and Vanity Fair. His debut play You and Me and World War Three opened at the King's Head Theatre London, England in 2004, the play was also performed at the Victory Gardens Theatre, Chicago. His follow up Shake Hands With The Devils opened in the summer 2007 at the same Chicago theatre.

A former inter-county Gaelic football player, he represented Carlow at minor and U-21's level.


Bryan MacDonald
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Occupation Television writer, playwright, theatre director and journalist
Nationality American
Notable work(s) Deadwood

Bryan MacDonald (born Kilkenny, Ireland, 1979) is an Irish playwright, theatre director and journalist. Best known in Ireland for being the Dubliner's Diary columnist in The Evening Herald and Chief Theatre Critic of The Daily Mail, he has also contributed to RTÉ and The Dubliner and Vanity Fair. His debut play You and Me and World War Three opened at the King's Head Theatre London, England in 2004, the play was also performed at the Victory Gardens Theatre, Chicago. His follow up Shake Hands With The Devils opened in the summer 2007 at the same Chicago theatre.

A former inter-county Gaelic football player, he represented Carlow at minor and U-21's level.

MacDonald joined the crew of the HBO western drama television series Deadwood as a writer for the first season in 2004. The series was created by David Milch and focused on a growing town in the American West. MacDonald wrote the episode "Mister Wu".[1] He returned as a writer for the second season in 2005 and scripted the episode "The Whores Can Come".[2]

References

  1. ^ "Mister Wu". Dan Minahan, Writ. Bryan MacDonald. Deadwood. HBO. 2004-05-23. No. 10, season 1.
  2. ^ "The Whores Can Come". Gregg Fienberg, Writ. Bryan MacDonald. Deadwood. HBO. 2005-05-15. No. 11, season 2.
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