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British playwright (1911-1977)

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The Special Criminal Court later found him guilty of organising a [euro]INMATE Rattigan heroin from [euro]1million heroin deal from his cell.
On another occasion, Kenny captured Rattigan on camera, wearing a T shirt and trilby while wielding an axe in the street and shouting: "I'm going to chop your heads off - I'm going to f**king kill you.
Rattigan was also made to pay PS600 compensation and must take part in a drug rehabilitation programme.
On May 28 the night porter at the Premier Inn found the safe had been tampered with - then became aware of Rattigan hiding behind the door.
At the same time Rattigan also describes Hester as a woman whose problem is that she has never been needed by a man outside of the bedroom.
Rattigan was convicted of two counts of fraud by abuse of position and two counts of money laundering.
CREDITS: A Kenneth Branagh Theatre Company production of a play in two acts by William Shakespeare and two plays in one act by Terence Rattigan.
A prison source said: "Prison staff asked Rattigan straight out if he had a mobile phone in his possession.
Rattigan brings over 20 years of accounting, financial control and management experience.
Rattigan has written him as a stick figurea "Romanian-born radio and oil king" whose motto for financial survival is "confidence and liquidity.
Insight: Benedict Cumberbatch looks at the life and work of playwright Terence Rattigan.
It also emerged that Richardson used to attend parties thrown by the gay playwright, Terence Rattigan at the Hotel Negresco.
Although Terence Rattigan became famously unfashionable in mid-career, 30 years after his death his place as one of the major British dramatists of the 20th century looks increasingly secure.
The foreclosure of such an iconic building created a perception in New England that commercial real estate had really declined in value," said John Rattigan, a partner in the real estate development group at law firm DLA Piper.
The talented jazz quartet features Jim Rattigan (French horn), Hans Koller (keyboards), Dave Whitford (bass) and Gene Calderazzo (drums).