Anthony Marriott

Anthony Marriott JP (17 January 1931, London – 17 April 2014[1]) was a British playwright, screenwriter and actor.

As a playwright he was best known as the joint author, with Alistair Foot, of the farce No Sex Please, We're British which opened at the Strand Theatre, London, on 3 June 1971.[2] It has been performed in 52 countries and which on 21 February 1979 became the longest running comedy in the history of world theatre.[3] A film version starring Ronnie Corbett was released in 1973.

Marriott also co-created the long-running British television series Public Eye with Roger Marshall.

He lived for many years in Osterley, West London and was a JP.[3]

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