Simon Beaufoy

Simon Beaufoy (; born 26 December 1966) is a British screenwriter. Born in Keighley, West Riding of Yorkshire, he was educated at Malsis School in Cross Hills, Ermysted's Grammar School and Sedbergh School, he read English at St Peter's College, Oxford and graduated from Arts University Bournemouth. In 1997, he earned an Oscar nomination for Best Original Screenplay for ''The Full Monty''. He went on to win the 2009 Academy Award for Best Adapted Screenplay for ''Slumdog Millionaire'' as well as winning a Golden Globe and a BAFTA award.

Beaufoy has also completed adaptations of ''The Raw Shark Texts'' by Steven Hall and the 2011 film version of ''Salmon Fishing in the Yemen'' by Paul Torday, as well as new adaptations of ''The Full Monty'' as both a stage play and limited television series.

In March 2014, Spanner Films announced that Beaufoy would be one of the writers for ''Undercovers'', a television drama series about the undercover police officers who spied on activists, and the women who unknowingly had long-term relationships and even children with the spies. Provided by Wikipedia
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