Andrew Hunter Murray
Andrew Hunter Murray (born August 1987) is an English writer, journalist, podcaster and comedian.
Murray was "a sickening student at school; I was very assiduous, I always did my homework". When he was very young, he wanted to be an author.
Murray is a writer and researcher for the BBC panel show QI, as a member of the team known as the "QI Elves". He co-hosts the spin-off podcasts No Such Thing as a Fish in which he and three other QI Elves – Anna Ptaszynski, James Harkin and Dan Schreiber – share their favourite facts from the week.
His debut novel, The Last Day, a dystopian thriller set in a future where the Earth has stopped spinning, was published in February 2020. Film and TV rights for the novel have been sold to Stone Village Television.
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