From Alex Rider to the Diamond brothers Anthony Horowitz has written over 50(?) books.
Anthony's adaptation of the first Alex Rider book, Stormbreaker was released in 2006. Other movies Anthony has worked on include The Gathering and Just Ask for Diamond.
Anthony's best known work for television is the criticallly acclaimed seies Foyle's War. Anthony's other work for the small screen includes Midsomer Murders and Poirot.
This was Anthony's first and only West End play, a thriller set in a lunatic asylum. There are just three characters but lots of murders - and it completely divided the critics. “Genius” (The Telegraph) “Crap” (The Standard).
Anthony Horowitz was one of 12 writers commissioned by the National Theatre to write a play for and about young people as part of the 2009 New Connections Festival. The play was performed in July 2009 at the National Theatre.