Christopher Elwin Neame was a British film producer and screenwriter. He was the son of film director Ronald Neame and of Beryl Heanly. Neame was the third of four generations of the Neame family in the film business. He was born in Windsor, Berkshire and educated at The King's School, Canterbury. Neame's credits as a producer include a number of UK TV series and films, such as Danger UXB, The Knowledge, The Flame Trees of Thika, The Irish R. M. and Soldier, Soldier. His screenplay credits include Graham Greene's Monsignor Quixote, which he also produced, and which received Christopher Award and BAFTA nominations. He later adapted Monsignor Quixote for the stage. He also wrote the screenplay of H. E. Bates's Feast of July. In 2003 his memoir, Rungs On a Ladder, about his years with Hammer Films, was published. In 2004, he continued his life story in A Take on British TV Drama - Stories from the Golden Age and the following year, Principal Characters completed the trilogy
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Born 1942-12-24 (77 years ago) in Windsor.
|British Academy Television Award for Best Single Drama (Great Performances)||1986 British Academy Film and Television Awards||1986||Great Performances|
|Caroline Langley(Gifta: 1974-11-23–)||1974-11-23||Gifta|
|Heather Wade(Gifta: 1966–1970)||1966||1970||Gifta|
Gareth Neame, Emma Neame, Shuna Neame
Beryl Heanly, Ronald Neame