Maurice Gran

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Maurice Gran
Born Maurice Bernard Gran
(1949-10-26) 26 October 1949 (age 65)
London, England
Occupation Scriptwriter
Nationality British
Period 1979–present
Genre Television
Notable works Holding the Fort (1980–82)
Roots (1981)
Shine on Harvey Moon (1982–85, 1995)
Relative Strangers (1985–87)
Roll Over Beethoven (1985–86)
The New Statesman (1987–92)
Birds of a Feather (1989–98, 2014–)
Snakes and Ladders (1989)
So You Think You've Got Troubles (1991)
Love Hurts (1992–94)
Get Back (1992–93)
Goodnight Sweetheart (1993–99)
Unfinished Business (1998–99)
Believe Nothing (2002)
Mumbai Calling (2007)

Maurice Bernard Gran (born 26 October 1949, London, England) is one half of writing duo Marks & Gran. He co-wrote popular sitcoms The New Statesman, Birds of a Feather and Goodnight Sweetheart with Laurence Marks. He is also the co-author of Prudence at Number 10, a fictional diary supposedly written by Gordon Brown's P.A.

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