Michael C. Thomas

After an early career as a teenage playwright and later as a writer for publications such as Rolling Stone and Life, Michael Thomas garnered critical praise for his feature screenwriting debut Countryman, followed by The Hunger starring David Bowie and Susan Sarandon. He went on to write Oscar-nominated Ladyhawke with Rutger Hauer and Michelle Pfieffer, Scandal with Bridget Fonda and Backbeat with Stephen Dorff. His latest film is The Devil's Double starring Dominic Cooper as Uday Hussein and his fiday Latif Yahia.
The Profumo Affair: The Making of

The Profumo Affair: The Making of 'Scandal'

I heard Mandy Rice-Davies on the BBC this week. She sounds in good shape. She's the survivor. Today is the 50th anniversary of the day when Conservative MP and secretary of state for war John Profumo told the House of Commons that there was "no impropriety whatever" in his relationship with Christine Keeler, a watershed moment in what we now call 'The Profumo Affair'.
21/03/2013 17:54 GMT