Definition of King, Stephen in English:

King, Stephen

proper noun

  • (1947–) US writer; pseudonym Richard Bachman; full name Stephen Edwin King. He is best known for his writings of horror and suspense, such as "Carrie" (1974, movie 1976), "The Shining" (1977, movie 1980), "The Green Mile" (1996, movie 1999), "The Plant" (2000), and "Cell" (2006)

Pronunciation:

King, Stephen

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