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						Peter Morwood

Peter Morwood

Date of Birth October 20, 1956
Age 66 years, 0 months, 0 days
Place of Birth Northern Ireland
Country United Kingdom
Profession Novelist
Horoscope Libra

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Peter Morwood Biography

Peter Morwood is a famous Novelist, who was born on October 20, 1956 in United Kingdom. Notable for his Tales of Old Russia, Book of Years, and Clan Wars series of fantasy novels, Morwood is also well known for his screenplays for the animated shows Gargoyles: The Hound of Ulster; Gargoyles: Ill Met by Moonlight; and Batman, the Animated Series: Red Claw Rising. According to Astrologers, Peter Morwood's zodiac sign is Libra.

Peter Morwood (born 20 October 1956, Northern Ireland) is primarily a fantasy novelist and screenwriter, though he has also written works of science fiction; his best-known works include the Horse Lords series and the Tales of Old Russia series. He lives in Ireland with his wife, writer Diane Duane, with who he has co-authored several works.

A native of County Antrim, Northern Ireland, he was born Robert Peter Smyth and later adopted his mother’s maiden name, Morwood, as his pen name. In 1987, he married fellow science fiction and fantasy writer Diane Duane ; the couple ultimately settled in County Wicklow, Ireland.

Morwood was born Robert Peter Smyth in Lisburn, County Antrim, Northern Ireland, and lived there for more than thirty years. From 1969 to 1975 he attended Friends School Lisburn, a Quaker-operated primary and middle school, and then Queen’s University in Belfast, where he studied English literature and acquired an honours bachelor’s degree with an emphasis on middle-English poets such as Chaucer. During this period Morwood also took pilot training as a cadet pilot with the Queen’s University Student Air Squadron of the Royal Air Force; though budgetary considerations (on the Air Force’s side) forced Morwood to make a choice between his degree studies and his further studies as a pilot. He chose to continue his work in English literature, and subsequently resigned his commission.

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After graduation from university in 1979, Morwood took a position in the UK’s civil service as a clerk working for the Customs and Excise.

Peter Morwood Net Worth

Peter Morwood is one of the richest Novelist & listed on most popular Novelist. According to our analysis, Wikipedia, Forbes & Business Insider, Peter Morwood net worth is approximately $1.5 Million.

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Source of Income Novelist
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After earning a degree in English literature from Queen’s University Belfast, he worked as a civil servant; briefly trained for (and subsequently abandoned) a career in the Royal Air Force; and began work on his debut novel, which was published in 1982.

After graduation from university in 1979, Morwood took a position in the UK’s civil service as a clerk working for the Customs and Excise.

During this period he began work on his first novel, which he submitted and sold in 1982. He adopted the pen name “Peter Morwood” in honour of his mother, whose maiden name was Morwood, and he legally changed his surname to match the pen name in the mid-1980s. His second and third novels were published in 1984 and 1986.

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In early 2006, his television miniseries Dark Kingdom: The Dragon King aired in the United States on the SyFy Channel.

Later in 1987, Morwood and Duane relocated briefly to Scotland, and then, after a short period spent roving the United Kingdom, to County Wicklow in Ireland, where the two of them reside, in Dunlavin as of 2019.

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According to our records, Peter Morwood married to Diane Duane. As of May 2022, Peter Morwood’s is not dating anyone.

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In 1999, Morwood began development work along with Duane on a live-action retelling of one of the great German epics, the Nibelungenlied. The script they wrote between late 2002 and mid-2003 was produced as a miniseries for the German satellite network Sat.1 by Tandem Communications of Munich, in association with Sony/Columbia Pictures. Directed by Uli Edel, the miniseries, under the title Die Nibelungen, won a DIVA Award for best German movie-for-TV of 2004. A feature version, entitled Sword of Xanten in the UK, screened there late in 2004; a “megafeature” cut of the entire miniseries aired on Channel Four television in the UK in December 2005.

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Ranked on the list of most popular Novelist. Also ranked in the elit list of famous celebrity born in United Kingdom. Peter Morwood celebrates birthday on October 20 of every year.

A fourth volume, The Blue Kremlin, is projected since the mid-1990s.

The four Horse Lords novels were reissued by DAW Books in 2005 as a pair of two-book omnibus volumes:

The miniseries had its premiere USA airing on the Sci-Fi Channel in late March 2006 under the title Dark Kingdom: The Dragon King. It has also been released on DVD in the US and many other markets, under various titles (the previous US title is Curse of the Ring.)

This series, densely interwoven with motifs from Russian folktale and legend, tells the story of the young tsar Ivan Khorlovskiy, heir to the throne of the city of Khorlov. Complications instantly ensue when he meets, on a battlefield full of the slain, the sorceress-tsarevna Marya Morevna, “the most beautiful princess in all the Russias”, and becomes involved willy-nilly in her entanglement with the ancient and deadly being known as Koschei the Undying. The series goes on to deal humorously with the difficulties of a “two-kingdom household”, especially when one partner is both a skilled sorcerer and the mother of one’s (rather unusual) children, and – more seriously – with the political problems that can beset a small independent tsardom in the face of such threats as the Teutonic Knights and the Golden Horde of the Great Khan.

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