9 December 1960 |
Harrow, London, England
|Alma mater||University College London|
|Notable works||Skeletons, 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||Ricky Gervais (1982–present)|
Jane Fallon (born 9 December 1960) is the author of five best-selling novels, Skeletons, 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. 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's parents had a newsagent's shop. She grew up in a flat above her parents' shop. She was educated at St Bernard's Convent School in Slough, Berkshire and University College London where she studied history.
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 Hampstead. 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)
- Getting Rid of Matthew (2007)
- Got You Back (2008)
- Foursome (2010)
- The Ugly Sister (2011)
- Skeletons (2014)
- Strictly Between Us (2016)
- Sharp, Rob (13 March 2010). "My Secret Life: Jane Fallon, author & TV producer, 49". The Independent. Retrieved 28 August 2014.
- "Tricky Ricky". W Magazine. Retrieved 3 February 2015.
- "Talking Cats With Ricky Gervais". Your Cat. Retrieved 3 February 2015.
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