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Andrew Davies

Andrew Davies (born 1936) is a British screenwriter. He is the creator of the television series Educating Marmalade[?] and A Very Peculiar Practice[?], and is also well known for his adaptations of classic works of literature, including the famous television version of Pride and Prejudice starring Colin Firth and Jennifer Ehle[?]. The popularity of his adaptation of Michael Dobbs[?]'s political thriller House of Cards was a significant influence in Dobbs's decision to write two sequels (which he also adapted for television).

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