Anne-Marie Casey

Anne-Marie Casey is a screenwriter, novelist and playwright. She has written numerous screenplays for TV and Film in Ireland, the UK and US, mostly adaptations of books, both fiction and non-fiction. Her two novels, “An Englishwoman in New York”, and “The Real Liddy James”, are published by Hodder/Headline in the UK and Putnam/Penguin in the US.

Her stage adaptations of “Little Women” and “Wuthering Heights” enjoyed sell-out runs at the Gate Theatre in Dublin.

Her adaptation of ‘The Story of Lucy Gault’ by William Trevor for Fields Entertainment, LA/Screen Ireland/Parallel Films is due to go into production in summer 2020 with Pat O’Connor directing. She has just finished a new draft of ‘The Master’, based on the novel by Jolein Janzing about Charlotte Bronte’s secret love affair in Brussels, for David Kelly Productions, UK. She has just been commissioned to write a pilot episode of her original TV series idea, ‘Wild Irish Girl’, set during the filming of The Quiet Man in 1953, by Fields Entertainment and Screen Ireland.