9 December 1960 |
Harrow, London, England
|Occupation||Novelist, television producer|
|Alma mater||University College London|
|Notable work(s)||Getting Rid of Matthew, Got You Back, Foursome, The Ugly Sister, 20 Things To Do Before You're 30, EastEnders, Teachers, This Life, Jupiter Moon|
|Partner(s)||Ricky Gervais (1982–present)|
Jane Fallon (born 9 December 1960) is the author of four best-selling novels, Getting Rid of Matthew (which reached number 7 in the Nielsen Bookscan Fiction Top 10 in 2007), Got You Back (number 5 in 2008), Foursome (number 8 in 2010) and The Ugly Sister (number 2 in 2011). She is a former television producer and her most famous work is on the popular series Teachers, 20 Things To Do Before You're 30, EastEnders, This Life and the short-lived 1990 Space Soap Jupiter Moon. Her books have sold over 650,000 copies in the UK and have been translated into over 20 languages. In 2011, Foursome was nominated for the Melissa Nathan Award for Romantic Comedy Fiction.
Fallon has been in a relationship with comedian Ricky Gervais since 1982.
Fallon was educated at St Bernard's Convent School in Slough, Berkshire and University College, London. She has been in a relationship with comedian Ricky Gervais since 1982; they met while both studying at University College London. The couple have lived together since 1984 and are based in North London. They have a cat called Ollie which was given to them by Jonathan Ross on his Friday night show.
- EastEnders (1985 - 1994)
- This Life (1996 - 1997)
- Undercover Heart - (1998)
- Massive Landmarks of the 20th Century - (1999)
- Teachers - (2001)
- 20 Things to Do Before You're 30 - (2002)
- Single - (2003)
Fallon's books have sold over 650,000 copies in the UK and have been translated into over 20 languages.
- Getting Rid of Matthew (2007) number 7 in the Nielsen Bookscan Fiction Top 10 in 2007
- Got You Back (2008) number 5 in 2008
- Foursome (2010) number 8 in 2010. Nominated for the Melissa Nathan Award for Romantic Comedy Fiction.
- The Ugly Sister (2011)
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