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Philip Pullman

Born: 19-Oct-1946
Birthplace: Norwich, Norfolk, England

Gender: Male
Religion: Atheist
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Novelist

Nationality: England
Executive summary: His Dark Materials

Father: Alfred Outram (RAF pilot, d. 1953 airplane crash)
Mother: Audrey Evelyn Merrifield
Wife: Judith Speller (m. 1970)

    High School: Ysgol Ardudwy Secondary School, Harlech, Gwynedd, Wales
    University: BA, Exeter College, Oxford University (1968)
    Teacher: Westminster College, Oxford University (1988-96)

    Whitbread Prize 2001 for The Amber Spyglass
    Commander of the British Empire 2004
    National Secular Society

Author of books:
The Haunted Storm (1972, juvenile)
Galatea (1976, juvenile)
Count Karlstein (1982, juvenile)
The Ruby in the Smoke (1985, juvenile, Sally Lockhart)
The Shadow in the Plate (1986, juvenile, Sally Lockhart)
How to be Cool (1987, juvenile)
Spring-Heeled Jack (1989, juvenile)
The Broken Bridge (1990, juvenile)
The Tiger in the Well (1991, juvenile, Sally Lockhart)
The White Mercedes (1992, juvenile)
The Wonderful Story of Aladdin and the Enchanted Lamp (1993, juvenile)
Thunderbolt's Waxwork (1994, juvenile, New-Cut Gang)
The Tin Princess (1994, juvenile, Sally Lockhart)
Clockwork, or, All Wound Up (1995, juvenile)
The Firework-Maker's Daughter (1995, juvenile)
The Gasfitter's Ball (1995, juvenile, New-Cut Gang)
Northern Lights (1995, juvenile, His Dark Materials)
The Subtle Knife (1997, juvenile, His Dark Materials)
Mossycoat (1998, juvenile)
I was a Rat! or The Scarlet Slippers (1999, juvenile)
Puss in Boots: The Adventures of That Most Enterprising Feline (2000, juvenile)
The Amber Spyglass (2000, juvenile, His Dark Materials)
Lyra's Oxford (2003, juvenile, His Dark Materials)
The Scarecrow and his Servant (2004, juvenile)

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