Rod Hall

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Roderick Thomas Berringer (Rod) Hall (27 April 1951 – 21 May 2004), literary agent who represented several successful British writers.

Having worked for London agency A.P. Watt, he set up his own, the Rod Hall Agency , in 1997.

Hall was found dead, with multiple stab wounds, in his Southwark, south London, England apartment.

Following his death, the films "Driving Lessons" and "Imagine Me & You" as well as the stage play Mercury Fur were dedicated to him.


Hall's agency represented more than 60 writers, including:

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