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Director and Screenwriter RANDALL WALLACE is the writer of the screenplay for Braveheart, which won the Writers Guild of America Award for Best Original Screenplay of 1995, and was nominated for the Golden Globe and the Academy Award® for Best Original Screenplay. He published his first novel in 1980, entitled The Russian Rose. Since then, Wallace has published four other novels: So Late Into the Night, Blood of the Lamb and Where Angels Watch, the most recent being the source material for Braveheart. Braveheart, the first screenplay of his to be made into a feature film, was nominated for 10 Academy Awards® and won five, including Best Picture of the Year, Best Director and Achievement in Cinematography. Wallace was also a television writer/producer and co-creator of two series: Broken Badges and Sonny Spoon.

Wallace graduated from Duke University with a major in Religion. He is a black belt in karate.

Currently, Wallace is working on With Wings as Eagles and on the screenplay We Were Soldiers Once, and Young, an adaptation of the award-winning book written by General Hal Moore and Joseph Galloway.


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