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Kim Fuller

Kim Fuller
Born (1951-06-15) 15 June 1951
Hastings, England
Occupation Writer
Relatives Simon Fuller (brother)

Kim Fuller (born 15 June 1951 in Hastings, England, United Kingdom) is a British writer for film, radio and television. He is the brother of music manager and Idol Series creator Simon Fuller.

Contents

  • Career 1
  • Work 2
    • Film 2.1
    • Radio 2.2
    • Television 2.3
  • External links 3

Career

Kim Fuller has been writing for television for over 40 years but is largely best known for writing the television and film aspects of Simon Fuller's artists. Fuller has written for a number of successful television comedy programs including Not The Nine O'Clock News, on which he first met Mel Smith; Carrott's Lib, starring Jasper Carrott; The Lenny Henry Show; Spitting Image; and Red Dwarf. Fuller was also writer and producer of The Complete Guide To Relationships, Miami 7 and L.A. 7, the latter two of which followed the adventures of chart-topping band S Club 7. LA 7 was the highest rated children's show in the UK, achieving a worldwide audience of over 90 million. Fuller has also worked on the BBC Radio Four comedy series The Castle.

Fuller spent some time in the USA writing on network comedy shows such as The Tracey Ullman Show and Tracey Takes On....

Feature film credits to date include Lenny Live and Unleashed, starring Lenny Henry, and box office success Spice World, starring pop group The Spice Girls.

Fuller has received many nominations and awards for his work, including three primetime Emmy nominations, a CableACE Award and the New York Film and Television Festival Award.

Work

Film

Radio

Television

External links

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