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'''Carey Harrison''' (born 1944) is an English novelist and dramatist.
Harrison was born in London, and raised in Los Angeles and New York, where he attended the
His first play, ''Dante Kaputt'', was staged at the Phoenix Theatre, Leicester, in 1966. Subsequent plays were premiered at the Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh and the Stables Theatre in Manchester, where Harrison was Resident Playwright during 1969 and '70. His drama output for radio and television includes numerous award-winning plays, among them the WorldPlay award in 2005 for the best play from an English-language broadcaster. This play, ''Hitler in Therapy'', was Harrison's 100th drama to be recorded in a UK studio.