Andrew Rissik is a British playwright. Born in Windsor, Berkshire in 1955, he studied English at Oxford and later moved to London to become a writer. He has worked as a teacher, a writer of criticism for magazines and newspapers, and worked in television. He won a Giles Cooper Award in 1986 for his play Anthony, a part of his acclaimed A Man Alone Trilogy. Other works include the acclaimed Troy Trilogy and the James Bond-influenced thriller The Psychedelic Spy[1][2].



  2. Best Radio Plays of 1986. BBC/Methuen 1987

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