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Wednesday, April 27, 2011
Russell T Davies
Russell T Davies is an award-winning British television producer and writer. He is best known for writing ground-breaking and sometimes controversial drama serials such as Queer as Folk and The Second Coming, and for spearheading the revival of the popular science-fiction television series Doctor Who.
Davies is 6' 6" tall. He divides his time between his home in Manchester, England and a flat in Cardiff Bay, where he stays while Doctor Who is filming. He has been with partner Andrew Smith, a customs officer, for several years.
He is also a Patron of the Cardiff-Wales Mardi Gras.
In May 2007, the Independent on Sunday Pink List named him the most influential gay person in Britain from the 18th position the previous year.
Davies was included in the Independent on Sunday's 2010 'Happy List' for giving pleasure to many by re-establishing Doctor Who.
Russell T Davies - official website