Mathews, Arthur People Arts
This category houses both professional and fan pages devoted to Arthurn Mathews, writer, former music journalist and founder member of the spoof U2 tribute band "The Joshua Trio". Born c.1959 in County Meath, Ireland. Television work includes "Father Ted", "Hippies", "Big Train" and "Paris". Published works include " Well Remembered Days: Eoin O'Cellaigh's Memoirs of a Twentieth-century Irish Catholic ". Winner of BAFTA awards for "Best Comedy (Programme or Series)" in 1996 and 1999 ("Father Ted"). Also received a 1997 Writers' Guild of Great Britain award for his contribution to "Harry Enfield and Chums".
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- IMDb - Arthur Mathews - Filmography, notable television appearances and a list of awards won by the writer.
- How I Got Here: A King of Comedy - The writer discusses the development of his career.
- Off The Telly: Arthur Mathews - Interview conducted by TJ Worthington.
- Wikipedia - Arthur Mathews - Concise article providing a career overview, biographical details mathews, arthur and links.
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