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Nick Hornby

Nick Hornby

English novelist

Nick Hornby is an English novelist, essayist, columnist and screenwriter whose work and creativity is mostly inspired from pop culture, music and sports. He is a writer of many famous books that were later turned into famous movies like: ‘About a boy’, ‘High Fidelity’ and ‘Fever Pitch’. Many famous American actors like Hugh Grant, Colin Firth, John Cussack, etc have worked in movies adapted from his books. He was born in Surrey and brought up in Maidenhead, where he did his schooling from. His parents divorced when he was only 11 and his father, a famous businessman, inculcated love for football in him, which turned him into an ardent fan of Arsenal. His first memoir ‘Fever Pitch’ was all about his irrational love for Arsenal since his childhood days. Hornby is also a famous screenwriter and did writing for the famous film ‘An Education’ for which he was nominated for an Oscar Award.

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April 17, 1957
Nick Hornby was born in Redhill.

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