Laurie Nunn

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Laurie Nunn
OccupationScreenwriter, playwright
GenreTheatre, television
ParentTrevor Nunn (father)

Laurie Nunn is an English screenwriter and playwright best known for creating the Netflix comedy-drama series Sex Education.

Nunn was born in London, England, to British theatre director Trevor Nunn and Australian actress Sharon Lee-Hill.[1] At age 14 she moved to Australia.[1] She received a BA in Film and Television from the Victorian College of the Arts in 2007 and an MA in screenwriting at the National Film and Television School in England in 2012.[2] In 2017, she was short-listed for the Bruntwood Prize for King Brown, her first full-length play.[3]

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  1. ^ a b Nicholson, Rebecca (27 April 2020). "Sex Education creator Laurie Nunn: 'You can't make sex scenes flowery!'". The Guardian. Retrieved 22 January 2021.
  2. ^ "Laurie Nunn". independenttalent.com.
  3. ^ "Meet 2017 short-list Laurie Nunn".

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