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Philip Wharam is a former member of the UK wine trade. He is now a writer and historian, specialising in the Third Reich and the Holocaust.
His play, Mengele, co-written with and starring Tim Marriott is currently touring the UK and Europe and is showing at the Edinburgh Festival and Ludlow Fringe in 2017. It has recently toured in Crete and is scheduled for New York along with Smokescreen's production of Shellshock in September 2017.
A video trailer of the play is available on YouTube.
He has written two novels, Greed and Right to Live, both of which are Random House First Prize Koestler Award winners. The play, Mengele, draws material from Right to Live, a fact-based historical novel which centres on Josef Mengele, the so-called Todesengel, or "Angel of Death" of Auschwitz-Birkenau, infamous for his selection process on the railhead ramps within that Extermination Camp.
Cardiff High School, Royal Holloway College, The Open University.
He is the only son of Tom Wharam and Eve Wharam. He is married to Chelmsford Hypnotherapist Lynfa Wharam. He has one son, David Wharam and two step-children, Rhiannon Lawson and Robert Lawson.
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