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Len Deighton Net Worth is
$11 Million

Mini Biography

Len Deighton was created on Feb 18, 1929 in Marylebone, London, Britain as Leonard Cyril Deighton. He’s a article writer and maker, known for Funeral in Berlin (1966), Billion Buck Mind (1967) and Bullet to Beijing (1995).

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Quick Facts

Full NameLen Deighton
ProfessionAuthor, Novelist, Poet, Screenwriter
EducationCentral Saint Martins, Royal College of Art
SpouseYsabele Deighton
AwardsMartin Beck Award
NominationsEdgar Award for Best Novel, Locus Award for Best Science Fiction Novel
MoviesMidnight in Saint Petersburg, Oh! What a Lovely War, Only When I Larf, Billion Dollar Brain, Funeral in Berlin, The Ipcress File
TV ShowsSS-GB

Full NameLen Deighton
ProfessionAuthor, Novelist, Poet, Screenwriter
EducationCentral Saint Martins, Royal College of Art
SpouseYsabele Deighton
AwardsMartin Beck Award
NominationsEdgar Award for Best Novel, Locus Award for Best Science Fiction Novel
MoviesMidnight in Saint Petersburg, Oh! What a Lovely War, Only When I Larf, Billion Dollar Brain, Funeral in Berlin, The Ipcress File
TV ShowsSS-GB
#Quote
1My disagreement with the depiction of Harry Palmer on the screen was the implausible suggestion that Harry was blackmailed into working for the secret intelligence service. Blackmailed! This is the old boy network. These are people with tailored shirts and lace-up shoes. Despite the disrepute it suffered from harbouring traitors such as Philby - Westminster, Cambridge and the Athenaeum - the SIS retained this policy. Blackmailing a Harry Palmer into the service would have been unthinkable.
2I store away my experiences and don't feel really happy until I've found a way to write about them.
#Fact
1He shared a basement flat in London with composer Ted Dicks for many years.
2Has written series about two different characters who go unnamed. The first series, also known as the 'Harry Palmer' series (from the name given the character in the movies) comprises five books: The IPCRESS File (1962), Horse Under Water (1963), Funeral in Berlin (1964), Billion-Dollar Brain (1966), and An Expensive Place to Die (1967). The second series, aka the Patrick Armstrong series (from an alias used by the character in one book), comprises the books: Spy Story (1972), Yesterday's Spy (1975), and Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Spy (1976). The two series are distinguished by vastly different styles of plot, humor, and characters; but because the hero is unnamed in both, and because the books feature some of the same secondary characters, they are often thought to star a single, continuous character. This was not helped by the publisher, which put photos of actor Michael Caine (as 'Harry Palmer') on the covers of all the books.
3Is as famous for his cook books and his non-fiction as he is for his best-selling spy novels.

Writer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
SS-GB2016TV Mini-Series novel - 5 episodes post-production
Midnight in Saint Petersburg1996TV Movie characters
Bullet to Beijing1995TV Movie characters
Game, Set, and MatchTV Series novel "Mexico Set" - 5 episodes, 1988 novel "Berlin Game" - 5 episodes, 1988 novel "London Match" - 3 episodes, 1988
Late Night Story1979TV Series short written by - 5 episodes
Spy Story1976novel
Oh! What a Lovely War1969screenplay - uncredited
Only When I Larf1968book "Only When I Larf"
Billion Dollar Brain1967novel "Billion Dollar Brain"
Funeral in Berlin1966novel
The Ipcress File1965novel - uncredited
Armchair Theatre1963TV Series writer - 1 episode

Producer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Oh! What a Lovely War1969producer - uncredited
Only When I Larf1968producer

Miscellaneous

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Biography1996TV Series documentary historical advisor - 1 episode

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
50 Films to See Before You Die2006TV Movie documentaryHimself
Book Four1982TV SeriesHimself - interviewee
The David Frost Show1970TV SeriesHimself
Film Review1968TV Mini-SeriesHimself
British Film Forever2007TV Mini-Series documentaryHimself

Source
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