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Julian Fellowes Bio & Filmography | Age, Height, More

Julian Fellowes is an Egypt-born English actor, director,  novelist and screenwriter and a Conservative peer of the House of Lords. He is well known for “Downton Abbey” (2010), “Gosford Park” (2001) and “The Tourist” (2010).

Biography:

Full Name       : Julian Alexander Kitchener Fellowes

Born                : August 17, 1949

Birth Place      : Cairo, Egypt

Horoscope       : Leo

Occupation      : Actor, Director, Screenwriter, Novelist

Nationality      : Egyptian

Spouse             : Emma Joy Kitchener (m. 1990 – Present)

Education and Career:

Julian Fellowes studied in Wetherby School and Ampleforth College in Yorkshire. He completed his graduation in English from Cambridge before studying the Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art in London.

He started his career as a member of the Cambridge Footlights. He appeared in many television series, including “Churchill’s People”, The Old Crowd”, “The Governor”, “Dirty Tricks” and finally getting his break in “Monarch of the Glen”.

Fellowes won the Oscar award for Best Original Screenplay for “Gosford Park” in 2001 and he wrote screenplays for “Vanity Fair” and “The Young Victoria”. He wrote a novel, Snobs and made his directorial debut with the film “Separate Lies” in 2005.

Filmography:

  • Shergar (1999)
  • Place Vendome (1998)
  • Tomorrow Never Dies (1997)
  • Behind the Lines (1997)
  • Jane Eyre (1996)
  • Sherwood’s Travels (1994)
  • Savage Hearts (1995)
  • Shadowlands (1993)
  • Damage (1992)
  • Baby: Secret of the Lost Legend (1985)
  • Priest of Love (1981) 
  • The Haunting of Julia (1977)

Television:

  • Monarch of the Glen (2000 – 2004) 
  • Heartbeat (2001) 
  • Dirty Tricks (2000) 
  • Aristocrats (1999) 
  • Kavanagh QC (1998) 
  • Screen Two (1991 – 1996) 
  • Sharpe’s Regiment (1996) 
  • Our Friends in the North (1996) 
  • Killing Me Softly (1995) 
  • A Very Open Prison (1995) 
  • The Final Cut (1995) 
  • The Governor (1995) 
  • Little Lord Fauntleroy (1995) 
  • Martin Chuzzlewit (1994) 
  • Pie in the Sky (1994) 
  • Love Hurts (1994) 
  • All Quiet on the Preston Front (1994) 
  • Sharpe’s Rifles (1993) 
  • Rumpole of the Bailey (1992) 
  • Covington Cross (1992) 
  • To Be the Best (1992) 
  • The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles (1992) 
  • Woof! (1992) 
  • The Treaty (1991) 
  • For the Greater Good (1991) 
  • Little Sir Nicholas (1990) 
  • Casualty (1989) 
  • Goldeneye (1989) 
  • Sophia and Constance (1988) 
  • Knights of God (1987) 
  • Lord Elgin and Some Stones of No Value (1986) 
  • Seal Morning (1986) 
  • Dempsey and Makepeace (1985) 
  • Florence Nightingale (1985) 
  • Cold Warrior (1984) 
  • Swallows and Amazons Forever!: Coot Club (1984) 
  • Angels (1983) 
  • Rita Hayworth: The Love Goddess (1983) 
  • The Old Men at the Zoo (1983) 
  • Tucker’s Witch (1983)  
  • The Scarlet Pimpernel (1982) 
  • Hotline (1982) 
  • Present Laughter (1981) 
  • Maybury (1981) 
  • Peter and Paul (1981) 
  • Doctor’s Daughters (1981) 
  • The Bunker (1981) 
  • Tales of the Unexpected (1980) 
  • My Son, My Son (1979) 
  • The Old Crowd (1979)
  • Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson (1979) 
  • BBC Play of the Month (1978) 
  • The Duchess of Duke Street (1977) 
  • Just William (1977) 
  • Victorian Scandals (1976) 
  • Churchill’s People (1975) 

Personal Life:

Julian Fellowes is the youngest of four brothers. He married to Emma Joy Kitchener Fellowes in 1990. They have one child. Now they live in Dorset with their son.

Julian Fellowes

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English actor, director,  novelist and screenwriter

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