Will Gilbey

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Will Gilbey
Born (1979-07-18) 18 July 1979 (age 39)
United Kingdom
Occupation Screenwriter
Relatives Nigel Bruce (great-grandfather)
Julian Gilbey (brother)

Will Gilbey (18 July 1979) is a British screenwriter.

Gilbey works frequently with his brother, film director Julian Gilbey, and is best known for such films as Reckoning Day,[1] Rollin' With The Nines,[2] Rise of the Footsoldier,[3] Doghouse[4] and A Lonely Place to Die.[5]

In 2013 he co-wrote the international thriller Plastic with Julian Gilbey and Chris Howard.[6]

Personal life[edit]

His great-grandfather was British actor Nigel Bruce.[7]



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