Date of Birth: Sep 24, 1920
Biography: Marks was a poet, playwright, screenwriter and, during World War II, he was the head British cryptographer in the code department of the SOE. Breaking his father’s letter pricing code at the family book shop Marks & Co. at age eight, Marks showed a growing interest in deciphering codes. He pursued a long and sometimes controversial postwar career as a writer for stage and screen, culminating in the film Peeping Tom, which hurt the reputation of its leading British director, Michael Powell.
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