Mark Dunn (1956) received popularity as an American book and scriptwriter. He completed his studies in film and screenwriting at the Memphis State University and post-graduation courses at the University of Texas in Austin. Dunn moved to New York in 1987 and worked at the New York Public Library. One of his popular plays includes Belles and Five Tellers Dancing in the Rain. He also accepted positions at the Community Theatre League in Williamsport and the New Jersey Repertory Company. Dunn published a series of novels, for example, Welcome to Higby (2002), Under The Harrow (2010) and We Five (2015). Some of his plays consist of Belles (1989), Frank’s Life (1998) and Seven Interviews (2014). In 1998, Dunn claimed The Truman Show used a storyline he wrote named Off-Broadway (1992). He, therefore, started with litigation procedures against the producers of the show.
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