|Born||22 April 1957|
|Spouse(s)||Lady Sarah Chatto|
|Parents||Thomas Chatto Sproule
Daniel St. George Chatto (born 22 April 1957) born Daniel Chatto St. George Sproule, is a British artist and former actor. He is best known as the husband of Lady Sarah Armstrong-Jones, who is the only daughter of Princess Margaret, Countess of Snowdon, and the only niece of Queen Elizabeth II.
On 14 July 1994, Daniel married Lady Sarah Armstrong-Jones. The Chattos have two sons:
- Samuel David Benedict Chatto
- Arthur Robert Nathaniel Chatto
In 1987, using Deed poll, Chatto legally changed his name from Daniel Chatto St. George Sproule to Daniel St. George Chatto. At the same time, his mother, also using Deed Poll, abandoned her surname Sproule in favor of Chatto.
- The Marquise (1980).
- Quartet (1981, by James Ivory).
- Priest of Love (1981).
- "To the Manor Born" (as Heatherington-Poole, series finale, 1981).
- A Shocking Accident (1982, short).
- Nancy Astor (1982). Based on the life of Nancy Witcher Astor.
- Charles & Diana: A Royal Love Story (1982). Playing Prince Andrew, Duke of York.
- Heat and Dust (1983, by James Ivory). Based on a novel by Ruth Prawer Jhabvala.
- The Razor's Edge (1984). Based on a novel by William Somerset Maugham.
- A Christmas Carol (1984). Based on a novella by Charles Dickens.
- Dutch Girls (1985, TV).
- The Death of the Heart (1985). Based on a novel by Elizabeth Bowen.
- The Shooting Party (1985).
- Little Dorrit (1988). Based on a serial novel by Charles Dickens.
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- Walker, Tim (15 June 2012). "The Queen's niece Lady Sarah Chatto mourns the death of agent to the stars". The Telegraph.
- The London Gazette, 28 September 1987. The notice states "by Deed Poll dated 26 June 1987 and enrolled in the Supreme Court of Judicature on 18 September 1987, DANIEL ST. GEORGE CHATTO ...a Commonwealth citizen, abandoned the name DANIEL CHATTO ST. GEORGE SPROULE and assumed the name DANIEL ST. GEORGE CHATTO".
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