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Nick Love was born on December 24, 1969 in London, England. He is a producer and writer, known for The Football Factory (2004), The Sweeney (2012) and Monsters (2010). He was previously married to Patsy Palmer. See full bio »

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Known For

The Football Factory
The Sweeney
The Sweeney Writer
Monsters Producer
Bronson Producer


Jump to: Producer | Writer | Director | Actor | Thanks | Self
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 2018 Bulletproof (TV Series) (executive producer) (post-production)
 2016 Kill Command (executive producer)
 2013 All Stars (executive producer)
 2011 A Night in the Woods (producer)
 2010 Monsters (executive producer)
 2008 The Children (executive producer)
 2008 Bronson (executive producer)
 2008 Faintheart (executive producer)
 2007 The Killing Gene (executive producer)
 2006 Dirty Sanchez: The Movie (Documentary) (executive producer)
 1995 Skin (Short) (producer)
 1995 Sex Crimes (Short) (producer)
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Other Works:

DVD commentary with Danny Dyer for The Business (2005) See more »

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1 Interview | See more »


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Personal Quote:

[on Ray Winstone] He is a fucking legend.


Was originally set to direct the film Bronson (2008) about the British career criminal Michael Peterson but left to direct The Firm (2009) instead. Nicolas Winding Refn was hired as a replacement with Love maintaining a credit as executive producer. See more »


Trademarks include bright colours, 80s pop music and first-person narration.

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