Frank Johnson was born in Liverpool. Aged 8 he moved to Australia,
living in Adelaide and Melbourne ("wonderful times"). He later returned
to Liverpool on the emigrant ship Stratheden, a dismal crossing, and
arrived in England for the winter of '62 ("worst memory of my life").
Went to school in Liverpool, and later graduated in architecture at
Oxford Polytechnic. Frank has worked as an architect in London and
Barbados, where he is involved in setting up a school for autistic
children, and is working on several architectural projects. Met John
Park at college, where they edited the architecture student magazine.
They have written plays together, Charley From Outside, The Levelling,
So Long Dad. Agent - Bill McLean at Bill McLean Personal Management.
Frank has two children, Rhiannon and Zachary.
Charley From Outside by Frank Johnson and
John Park won first prize in the London Radio
Playwrights' Festival in 1999.