Nazrin Choudhury is a writer-producer who has worked extensively in the US and UK in film, television, and theatre. Her US credits include Fear the Walking Dead, Jack Ryan, Wayward Pines, Damnation, Damien, Houdini & Doyle, and Blood & Treasure. In film, she has adapted American Radical based on the memoir by Kevin Maurer and Tamer Elnoury for Universal Studios and recently made her directorial debut on the short film, Red, White and Blue. Her UK credits include Casualty, Coronation Street, Doctors, Eastenders, and Waterloo Road. She is the recipient of the Imison award for her critically-acclaimed play Mixed Blood, and an Arts Council of England award for her novel My England.
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