Harrow, London, England, GB
|Received the 1991 Time Out short story prize|
|Final film credit, feature adaptation of John le Carré's novel "Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy"; co-written by Straughan; film released posthumously|
|Published the story collection Here Comes John|
|Feature writing debut, co-writing the screenplay for "Sixty Six" with Straughan; script based on story by Paul Weiland|
|Wrote her first full-length stage play "The Flags"|
|Was a Northern Arts literary fellow at Newcastle and Durham Universities; met future writing partner and husband Peter Straughan|
|With Straughan, co-wrote screenplay of "Mrs. Ratcliffe's Revolution"|
|Peter Straughan||Husband||Met while O'Connor was Northern Arts literary fellow at Newcastle and Durham Universities c. 1996; Co-wrote first feature, "Sixty Six" (2006); Co-wrote acclaimed feature adaptation of "Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy" (2011), released after O'Connor's death on Sept. 22, 2010|
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