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Richard Curtis

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Richard Curtis
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Richard Whalley Anthony Curtis

Born: Thu 8th November 1956 (age: 58)

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Richard Whalley Anthony CurtisCBE is a New Zealand-born English screenwriter, music producer, actor and film director, known primarily for romantic comedy films such as Four Weddings and a FuneralBridget Jones's DiaryNotting HillLove Actually and The Girl in the Café, as well as the hit sitcoms BlackadderMr. Bean and The Vicar of Dibley. He is also the founder of the British charity Comic Relief.

His first work in the Doctor Who franchise was as the executive producer of the official BBC parody, The Curse of Fatal Death. 

Steven Moffat once credited Curtis with inviting him to write the spoof, Moffat's first televised work for Doctor Who, and suggested that he was "returning the favour" by commissioning Curtis to write the 2010 Doctor Who story Vincent and the Doctor.






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