|LC control no.||n 80076765
|Personal name heading||Adams, Douglas, 1952-2001
|Variant(s)||אדאמס, דאגלאס, 1952-2001-
|See also||For works of this author written in collaboration with Graham Williams, search also under: Agnew, David
|Other standard no.||113230702
|Associated country||England Great Britain
|Place of birth||Cambridge (England)
|Place of death||Santa Barbara (Calif.)
|Field of activity||Science fiction Humorous fiction Novels Screenplays Radio plays
|Affiliation||St. John's College (University of Cambridge)
Digital Village (Firm)
|Profession or occupation||Authors
Computer game writer
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|Found in||His The hitchhiker's guide to the galaxy, 1980, c1979: t.p. (Douglas Adams)
Tel. call to pub., 3/31/80 (Douglas Noel Adams, b. 1952, Cambridge, Eng.)
Doctor Who, a celebration 1983: p. 217 (David Agnew (Douglas Adams and Graham Williams))
Washington Post, 13 May 2001: obit. (Douglas Adams, 49, died May 11, 2001, in Santa Barbara, Calif.; born in Cambridge, England and attended Cambridge University; wrote for radio, television, movies, and computer games; founded multimedia company Digital Village)
Douglas Adams, via WWW, Aug. 6, 2012 (educated at Brentwood School, Essex; B.A., M.A., English Literature, St. John's College, Cambridge; living in Santa Barbara, California with wife and family when he died unexpectedly)
IMDb, via WWW, Douglas Adams (born 11 March, 1952)
|Not found in||City of death, 1998: credits (David Agnew; teleplay)