Danny Wallace is a writer, producer and television and radio host.
The Warner Bros adaptation of his book, Yes Man, grossed $226m worldwide.
His award-winning ShortList magazine column in the UK reaches 1.3 million readers weekly.
His first novel, Charlotte Street, is an international bestseller, published in 18 countries.
It follows in the wake of the Sunday Times bestsellers Awkward Situations for Men, Yes Man, Join Me and Friends Like These.
US TV network ABC, with Warner Bros television, bought the rights to Awkward Situations for Men in 2010, making a pilot, co-written, co-produced and starring Wallace in the lead role.
He is a contributing editor at British GQ, and his television work includes BBC2's Horizon, How To Start Your Own Country, BBC1's Test the Nation, Castaway, School's Out, ITV2's National Television Awards Backstage and National Movie Awards Backstage, and SkyOne's Conspiracies and Danny Wallace's Hoax Files, amongst many others.
He appears as Shaun Hastings in the Assassin's Creed franchise: a global video games phenomenon.
On UK radio, he has hosted shows on Xfm, 6Music, Absolute, Radio 1, Radio 2 and Radio 4. In its first five months on air, the Xfm Breakfast Show with Danny Wallace won an unprecedented number of top industry awards, including the Arqiva for Presenter of the Year.
In 2013 he won the BAFTA for Best Performer at the BAFTA Games Awards for his work on the indie hit Thomas Was Alone.
His next novel, Who is Tom Ditto?, will be released in April 2014.