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MICHAEL JUDGE

1921 -

Born in Dublin, Michael Judge is a playwright, short-story writer and writer for radio and television. Although he worked as a full-time teacher and was vice principal of Coláiste Mhuire in Dublin from the 1950s on, he was also a regular contributor to RTÉ, writing radio plays as well as scripts for well-known radio and television series including Tolka Row, Harbour Hotel, Wanderly Wagon, The Riordans and Glenroe. He published his first novel, Vintage Red, in 2004 at the age of 83. A second novel, From The Left Hand, followed in 2005.