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Julian Fellowes is an English actor, novelist and film director.
Julian Fellowes is an actor and writer, best known for his work in Downton Abbey (2010), Gosford Park (2001) and The Tourist (2010).
Julian Fellowes, Baron Fellowes of West Stafford and Deputy Lieutenant, is an actor, film director, novelist and screenwriter, and a Conservative peer of the House of Lords. Fellowes is primarily known as the author of several Sunday Times best-seller novels; for the screenplay for the film Gosford Park, which won the Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay in 2002; and as the creator, writer and executive producer of the multiple award-winning British television series Downton Abbey (2010 – 2015).
Fellowes' novel Snobs was published in 2004. It focuses on the social nuances of the upper class and concerns the marriage of an upper middle-class girl to a peer. Snobs was a Sunday Times best-seller. In 2009 his novel Past Imperfect was published. Another Sunday Times best-seller, it deals with the debutante season of 1968, comparing the world then to the world of 2008. He also wrote, under the pseudonym Rebecca Greville, several romantic novels in the 1970s. A period novel, Belgravia started coming out in 11 weekly episodes from April 2016, which can be listened to or read in an app.