Thomas Keneally was born in Sydney in 1935. He is an Australian non-fiction novelist, playwright and actor. He is best known for his novel Schindler’s Ark which won the Booker Prize in 1982 and is the basis for the film Schindler’s List. In 1983 he was made an Officer of the Order of Australia and is an Australian Living Treasure.
His The place at Whitton.
Data from Int. Film Exchange for The Devil’s playground [MP] 1981, c1976 (Thomas Keneally, actor)
Phone call to Int. Film Exchange, 4/30/84 |b (Thomas Keneally, Australian; actor and writer)
His Chief of Staff, 1991 t.p. (William Coyle) jkt. (pseud. of Thomas Keneally)
Contemp. auth., new rev. ser., 1983 (Keneally, Thomas (Michael), 1935- ; b. Sydney, Australia)
Contemp. lit. crit., v. 43 (Thomas (Michael) Keneally, 1935- ; Australian novelist, non-fiction writer, dramatist, author of children’s books, and short story writer)