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Name Iman Sid
Biography Iman was born in Wimbledon to Salah, a BBC radio broadcaster, and Zara, a property developer.Iman began to write her first stories at the age of five, winning the Young Author Competition at the age of nine with her story, Magic's Gone Mad.She studied Drama and Creative Writing at the University of East Anglia (UEA), where she was Creative Writing Editor of the campus newspaper, Concrete.In 2008, Iman established her own theatre company, Casbah Theatre. She wrote and directed her first full-length stage play, Tapestry of Fear, for the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in the same year, which premiered at the prestigious Underbelly venue to sell-out audiences and critical acclaim.She has recently completed her debut novel, Miss Manners, which was #1 on Authonomy's Editor's Desk chart (June 2012) and won HarperCollins' Authonomy Gold Medal award (July 2012). You can read an extract from Miss Manners for FREE on Authonomy.Iman has also won a Churchill Theatre Playwriting Award (2001), received a Masterclass at the Donmar Warehouse (2002), been shortlisted for the NSDF Emerging Artists Awards: Best Writing (2008) and shortlisted for the Old Vic TS Eliot US / UK Exchange (2010).
Height 5' 7' (1.70 m)
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