Knowledge Identifier: +Sebastian_Faulks
Born in 1953.
Countries: United Kingdom (63%), (16%), Australia (11%)
Linked to: Emmanuel College, Cambridge, The Independent, Elstree School, Wellington College, Berkshire
Ian Fleming - Starting with Kingsley Amis' "Colonel Sun", under the pseudonym "Robert Markham" in 1968, several authors have been commissioned to write Bond novels, including Sebastian Faulks, who was asked by Ian Fleming Publications to write a new Bond novel in observance of what would have been Fleming's 100th birthday in 2008
Eddie Redmayne - His television credits include the BBC miniseries "Tess of the D'Urbervilles", the miniseries "The Pillars of the Earth", and the two-part miniseries "Birdsong", an adaptation of the 1993 Sebastian Faulks World War I novel
He has been a regular team captain on BBC Radio 4's literary quiz "The Write Stuff" since 1998
Nancy Wake - Sebastian Faulks's 1999 novel "Charlotte Gray" is thought to be based on Wake's war-time exploits, as well as those of Pearl Cornioley, a British secret-service agent
Faulks' 2005 novel, "Human Traces", was described by Trevor Nunn as "A masterpiece, one of the great novels of this or any other century
Jean-Martin Charcot - He appears in the 2005 novel by Sebastian Faulks, "Human Traces", and in Axel Munthe's 1929 autobiographical novel "The Story of San Michele"
He read English at Emmanuel College, Cambridge, of which he was made an Honorary Fellow in 2007
Die Another Day - As the novelization was published after Benson's final original 007 novel, "The Man with the Red Tattoo", it was the final literary work featuring Bond as originally conceived by Ian Fleming until the publication of "Devil May Care" by Sebastian Faulks in 2008 to mark the 100th anniversary of Fleming's birth
James Bond - After a gap of six years, Sebastian Faulks was commissioned by Ian Fleming Publications to write a new Bond novel, which was released on 28 May 2008, the 100th anniversary of Ian Fleming's birth
Capital (novel) - The novel is similar in its setting and plot to the 2009 novel "A Week in December 2012 " by Sebastian Faulks