Well-known for his Somerset Maugham Award-winning debut novel MY ENTIRE LIFE Closed Twice as well as for his BAFTA-winning television adaptation of William Horwood’s novel Skallagrigg, Williams can be significant for his Emmy-nominated teleplay for the Elizabeth We miniseries (starring Helen Mirren). He went to Oriel University, Oxford University; created his first play, Marbles, in 1974; and released his debut book, My Life Shut Double, in 1977. His stage performs include Class Foe (first produced on the Royal Courtroom Theater in 1978) and Nativity (staged on the Tricycle Theater in 1989). He spent his youngsters in Cheshire, Britain, and afterwards relocated to London along with his wife and three kids. He wrote a lot of the Period Two episodes from the award-winning tv series Jim Henson’s Storyteller.