Jack Thorne FRSL is an English screenwriter and playwright know all about him in this article as like his Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children and Books
Jack Thorne Biography
|Birthdate||6 December 1978|
|Age (as of 2021)||43 years|
|Place of Birth||Bristol, United Kingdom|
|Parents||Name not Known|
|Education||Pembroke College, Cambridge|
|Last Update||December 2021|
Jack Thorne FRSL is an English screenwriter and playwright.Thorne began his TV career writing on Shameless and Skins, before writing Cast Offs in 2009. He has since created the TV shows Glue, The Last Panthers, Kiri, and The Accident.In August 2021, Thorne gave the MacTaggart Lecture at the Edinburgh TV Festival and used the prestigious platform of the speech to discuss the issue of the television industry’s failings in the treatment and representation of the disabled community.
Early Life and Family
Thorne was born in Bristol on 6 December 1978. He was educated at St. Bartholomew’s School in Newbury, Berkshire, and matriculated in 1998 at Pembroke College, Cambridge.He was forced to “degrade” (drop out to return at a later date) due to ill health in his third year, but returned to finish his studies and graduated with lower second-class honours in 2002.
Jack Thorne Wife
Thorne is happily married with wife Rachel Mason. They have one sontogether named Elliott, who was named after the human protagonist of E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial.
Jack Thorne Net Worth
Jack Thorne FRSL is an English screenwriter and playwright has an estimated Net Worth around $10 Million in 2021.
|Net Worth ( 2021 )||$10 Million|
|Annual Income / Salary||$1 Million|
Jack Thorne Net Worth Growth
|Net Worth in 2021||$10 Million|
|Net Worth in 2020||$7 Million|
|Net Worth in 2019||$5 Million|
|Net Worth in 2018||$4 Million|
|Net Worth in 2017||$3 Million|
Jack Thorne Disability
Thorne does not currently identify as disabled but suffered from a condition known as cholinergic urticaria in his early twenties which causes those affected to become allergic to their own body heat, an experience he describes as “chronic and very painul”.
Thorne’s plays for stage include When You Cure Me , Fanny and Faggot , Stacy , Burying Your Brother in the Pavement, 2 May 1997 , Bunny which won a Fringe First at the 2010 Edinburgh Festival and Hope . He also collaborated on Greenland (2011) with Moira Buffini, Penelope Skinner and Matt Charman at the National Theatre. In 2011 he participated in the Bush Theatre’s project Sixty Six Books, for which he wrote a piece based upon a book of the King James Bible.In 2012 his version of Friedrich Duerrenmatt’s The Physicists was staged at the Donmar Warehouse.
His 2013 adaptation of the book and film Let The Right One In was staged in a production by the National Theatre of Scotland at Dundee Rep Theatre, London’s Royal Court Theatre, West End and New York’s St. Ann’s Warehouse. In summer 2015, his play The Solid Life of Sugar Water premiered at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, produced by Graeae Theatre Company and Theatre Royal Plymouth, it then toured in early 2016, with a run at the National Theatre in March 2016.
Thorne wrote the stage play Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, based on an original story by Thorne, J.K. Rowling and John Tiffany, which is running at the Palace Theatre in London’s West End since August 2016, on Broadway at the Lyric Theatre since April 2018, in Melbourne’s Princess Theatre since February 2019 and San Francisco’s Curran Theatre since December 2019. Thorne also wrote a new adaptation of Woyzeck by Georg Büchner for the Old Vic in 2017 with John Boyega in the title role.
Thorne’s first film The Scouting Book for Boys was released in 2009, it won him Best Newcomer at the London Film Festival. The jury said, “Jack Thorne is a poetic writer with an end-of-the-world imagination and a real gift for story-telling.”Thorne has been commissioned to write feature films for producers both sides of the Atlantic, with credits including War Book starring Sophie Okonedo which Tom Harper directed, and A Long Way Down starring Pierce Brosnan, Toni Collette and Aaron Paul based on the novel by Nick Hornby.
Thorne also co-wrote the 2019 film The Aeronauts with Tom Harper for Amazon Studios, starring Felicity Jones and Eddie Redmayne. Although Amazon does not release exact streaming figures, Jennifer Salke, Head of Amazon Studios said in an interview with Deadline Hollywood that as of January 2020 The Aeronauts was the most viewed movie of all time on Amazon Prime.
Thorne’s 2020 screenplays include Radioactive, a biographical drama about Marie Curie, starring Rosamund Pike; The Secret Garden, an adaptation of the novel of the same name; and Enola Holmes, about the sister of Sherlock Holmes, starring Millie Bobby Brown and Helena Bonham Carter.