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John Pearson (III)

John Pearson was born on May 10, 1930. He is known for his work on Goldeneye (1989), Lucan (2013) and Ian Fleming's Incredible Creation (2008). See full bio »


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 2013 Lucan (TV Movie) (based on the book "The Gamblers")
 1989 Goldeneye (TV Movie) (novel)
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 2014 Fleming (TV Mini-Series) (consultant - 1 episode)
- Episode #1.1 (2014) ... (consultant)
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 2008 Ian Fleming: The Secret Road to Paradise (Video documentary short) (special thanks)
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 2013 Donald Campbell: Speed King (TV Movie documentary)
Himself - Writer
 2012 Everything or Nothing (Documentary)
 2008 Ian Fleming's Incredible Creation (Video documentary short)
 2008 The True Story (TV Series documentary)
Himself - Fleming's assistant at The Sunday Times
- James Bond (2008) ... Himself - Fleming's assistant at The Sunday Times
 1987 Biography (TV Series documentary)
Himself - Ian Fleming's Biographer
- James Bond: The Secret Life of 007 ... Himself - Ian Fleming's Biographer
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 2000 Ian Fleming: 007's Creator (Video documentary short)

Personal Details

Other Works:

1973: Novel - "James Bond: The Authorised Biography of 007." Some James Bond fans consider this to be an official James Bond novel, and in fact Pearson was hired to write a new series of Bond books in the 1970s, but the plans fell through. See more »

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He worked as Ian Fleming's assistant on the Sunday Times column "Atticus". See more »

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