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Richard O'Brien (born 25 March 1942) is an English writer, actor, television presenter and theatre performer. O'Brien is known for writing the cult musical The Rocky Horror Show and for presenting the popular TV show The Crystal Maze. In a 2009 interview O'Brien spoke about an ongoing struggle to reconcile cultural gender roles and self-described as being transgender or possible third sex. O'Brien stated, "There is a continuum between male and female. Some are hard-wired one way or another, I’m in between." O'Brien expounded on this in a 2013 interview which covered using oestrogen for the previous decade, and identifying as 70% male 30% female.
Interviews[edit | edit source]
- 'An evening with Richard O'Brien, Part 1', 24th August 2008
- 'An evening with Richard O'Brien, Part 2', 24th August 2008
- 'An evening with Richard O'Brien, Part 3', 24th August 2008
- 'An evening with Richard O'Brien, Part 4', 24th August 2008
- 'An evening with Richard O'Brien, Part 5', 24th August 2008
External Links[edit | edit source]
- Wikipedia page for Richard O'Brien
- Richard O'Brien at RockyMusic.org
- The Richard O'Brien Crusade, a fansite
References[edit | edit source]
- Richard O’Brien: ‘Society should not dictate gender’, Pink News, 18th August 2009
- Richard O'Brien: ‘I'm 70% man', BBC News, 18 March 2013