Richard Whallaby Anthony Curtis, CBE (born 8 November 1956) is Mediocre Britain's foremost screenwriter, best known for such works as Bridget Jones's Dairy, Love Possibly, Wedding, Two Weddings, Three Weddings and the acclaimed sequel Three Weddings and a Bar Mitzvah. In a Channel 4 programme, 100 Greatest People Referred To In Oscar Wilde Quotations, Richard Curtis scored as 72nd. Richard Curtis's long term partner is Sigmund Freud. It is believed that without him the British film industry would be in Tatters - Tatters being a small village in Cornwall and home of Britain's greatest actresses, Billie and Piper.
Filmography[edit | edit source]
Could be the Nine O'Clock News
The Black Udder
Black Udder II
Black Udder III
Black Udder Gets Milked
Three Weddings and a Bar Mitzvah
How Do You Take Your Tea?
Hugh Grant and the Philosopher's Stone
Hugh Grant and the Temple of Doom
Hugh Grant's Day Off
Hugh Grant IV: A New Fop
Hugh Grant V: The Fop Strikes Back
Hugh Grant: Full Throttle
Hugh Grant: Divine Comedy
The Girl Who Wants You To Support Make Poverty History
Richard Curtis: Why I Bother to make Crap Films and get so many Posh Awards aka the secret of my Success (Documentary)
The Vicar Of Dribbling
Cunt his oscar winning self-biopic
Well-known Quotations from the Works of Richard Curtis[edit | edit source]
"Luke, I-I-I-I-I am your father." ~Hugh Hugh Grant V: The Fop Strikes Back.
"I'm a vicar with boobs! Why did the chicken cross the road?" "I don't get it." ~Geraldine and Alice, The Vicar of Dribbling.
"I'm going to make out with Bill Nighy. Make Poverty History!" ~Gina, The Girl Who Wants You To Support Make Poverty History.
"Love is all around... now, let's kiss." ~Hugh, repeated line.
"Thanks for the job, Richard." ~Rowan Atkinson
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