Born in Dublin , he wrote mostly plays, but also works of literary criticism, a book-length biographical essay of Jonathan Swift , a memoir and an eccentric work on cosmology and philosophy. He also worked as a war correspondent , and as both a radio and television producer for the BBC. He was a pioneer of television and war reporting. He worked as a lawyer in the s and s before joining the BBC as a writer and producer, first in radio and then in the fledgling television service. His broadcast dramatic work included both original plays and adaptation of the work of many different writers. He then became Director of Programmes for the television service. He kept extensive diaries throughout his life, now deposited in the Library of Trinity College, Dublin , and these together with his many articles and essays give a distinctive picture of his times and the people he knew. Another archive of his work is held at the library of Ulster University at Coleraine.
Biography of Diderot
Leary was the star and co-creator of Rescue Me , for which he received two Primetime Emmy nominations, one for writing and one for acting. At Emerson, he met fellow comic Mario Cantone , whom Leary considers to be his closest friend. After graduating from Emerson in , Leary taught comedy-writing classes at the school for five years.
Born in in Langres, a middling cathedral town in central France about kilometers southeast of Paris, Diderot began life with very little pointing him toward his future as a world renowned writer and intellectual. While still under the tutelage of the Jesuits, Diderot contemplated an ecclesiastical career, a common method of Old Regime social uplift that would have provided him with a regular, salaried life in the manner dreamed for him by his father. Law was another professional option available to him, but after an unhappy apprenticeship with an attorney, Diderot left this behind as well.
Place of birth: Nizhniy Novgorod. Citizenship: Russia. Height: 1,79 m. Position: Left Winger.