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|Years Active||1984 - Present|
|Associated Acts||The Smiths|
Shaun Duggan is an English writer of plays and TV scripts.
He became known during the mid-1980's after his play William achieved success. It was based on The Smiths song William, It Was Really Nothing. This gained Morrissey's admiration and they became personal friends. Morrissey and Shaun interviewed each other on the music programme The Tube in 1987.
He appeared on The South Bank Show in 1987, speaking of being a Smiths fan, and similarly in 2001 on the BBC's I Love 1984.
Since then, he has written scripts for successful UK soap operas Brookside and EastEnders, and several popular dramas for UK TV.
I Love 1984
- BBC, 16 Feb 2001
Interview With Morrissey
- The Tube, Channel 4, 1987