Mike Bartlett is a multi-award winning playwright and screenwriter. He was Associate Playwright at Paines Plough, Writer-In-Residence at the National Theatre and Pearson Playwright in Residence at The Royal Court Theatre. His play "King Charles III" won a Critic’s Circle Award, an Olivier Award and was nominated for a Tony Award—all for Best New Play. "Love, Love, Love" won Best New Play in the 2011 Theatre Awards UK. He won the Writer’s Guild Tinniswood and Imison prizes for "Not Talking" and the Old Vic New Voices Award for "Artefacts." His television series "The Town" and "Doctor Foster" both earned BAFTA nominations, and Bartlett won Outstanding Newcomer for British Television Writing at the British Screenwriters’ Awards 2016 for "Doctor Foster."