Ian Weir

Ian
Weir

Ian Weir is an award-winning playwright, screenwriter, and novelist. His first novel, Daniel O’Thunder, was named one of the top historical novels of 2011 by Library Journal. He has written more than 150 episodes for nearly two dozen television series. His stage plays have been produced across Canada, as well as in the U.S. and England.

Ian lives near Vancouver, with his wife Jude and their daughter Amy. His passionate vocation as a historical novelist takes him frequently to London, which has remained his favourite city ever since he fell in love with it as a graduate student at King’s College.

Ian Weir is an award-winning playwright, screenwriter, and novelist. His first novel, Daniel O’Thunder, was named one of the top historical novels of 2011 by Library Journal. He has written more than 150 episodes for nearly two dozen television series. His stage plays have been produced across Canada, as well as in the U.S. and England.

Ian lives near Vancouver, with his wife Jude and their daughter Amy. His passionate vocation as a historical novelist takes him frequently to London, which has remained his favourite city ever since he fell in love with it as a graduate student at King’s College.

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