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Nick Dear was born on June 11, 1955 in Portsmouth, Hampshire, England. He is a writer, known for Byron (2003), The Gambler (1997) and Frankenstein (2011). See full bio »

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Known For

Byron Writer
The Gambler
The Gambler Writer
Frankenstein Writer
The Turn of the Screw


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 2004-2013 Agatha Christie's Poirot (TV Series) (screenplay - 6 episodes)
- Dead Man's Folly (2013) ... (screenplay)
- Elephants Can Remember (2013) ... (screenplay)
- Three Act Tragedy (2010) ... (screenplay)
- Mrs McGinty's Dead (2008) ... (screenplay)
- Cards on the Table (2005) ... (screenplay)
 2013 Inside the Mind of Leonardo (TV Movie documentary)
 2012 Frankenstein: A Modern Myth (TV Movie documentary) (adaptation)
 2009 Inspector Lewis (TV Series) (story - 1 episode)
- Counter Culture Blues (2009) ... (story)
 2003 Eroica (TV Movie)
 2003 Byron (TV Movie)
 2000/I Cinderella (TV Movie)
 1999 The Turn of the Screw (TV Movie) (teleplay)
 1995 Screen Two (TV Series) (screenplay - 1 episode)
- Persuasion (1995) ... (screenplay)
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 2011 Frankenstein (play)
 1997 The Gambler (screenplay)
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 2012 Frankenstein: A Modern Myth (TV Movie documentary)
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His play, "The Art of Success", was performed in a Royal Shakespeare Company production at The Pit Theatre in London, England with Michael Kitchen, Simon Russell Beale and Penny Downie in the cast. Adrian Noble was the director.

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