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Abigail Tarttelin was born on 13 October, 1987 in Grimsby, United Kingdom, is an Author.

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Occupation Author
Age 33 years old
Zodiac Sign Libra
Born 13 October 1987
Birthday 13 October
Birthplace Grimsby, United Kingdom
United Kingdom

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Her third novel, Dead Girls, was published in 2018. It is set in a small English village and is narrated in first person by eleven-year-old Thera Wilde, who takes matters into her own hands following the sudden disappearance of her best friend.


Her directing credits include the trailers for Flick and Golden Boy, the music video for Michael Reeve’s cover of Flume by Bon Iver, and in 2016 a television pilot called The Danelaw.

Most recently she was asked to be involved in the judging process on the main jury for the 2016 BIFA’s (British Independent Film Awards).


In 2013, she published her second novel Golden Boy, about an intersex teenager. It has since been published in Chinese, Spanish and Portuguese. It won a 2014 Alex Awards from the American Library Association, was one of School Library Journal’s best books of 2013, and was shortlisted for the 2014 LAMBDA Award for Best Debut LGBT Fiction. The book has been well received by readers and the film rights are also in discussion.


Tarttelin’s debut novel, Flick, was first published by Beautiful Books in April 2011. The rights have since been purchased by W&N who republished the novel in May 2015. The story follows a disaffected teenage boy named Flick in a small factory town in northern England, where “bleak and sometimes treacherous circumstances make the taste of a love affair even sweeter.” It was hailed “a slow-burn cult classic” by GQ who found it “both authentic and compelling”


In her first acting role Tarttelin played Fenella in The Butterfly Tattoo. The following year she took the starring role in independent sci-fi Schrodinger’s Girl (now titled Triple Hit) in which she played three versions of the same woman in parallel worlds. The film premiered in 2009 at the San Diego Comic-Con International. She attended Comic-Con and Cannes Film Festival with The Butterfly Tattoo and Triple Hit, and in 2009 became one of only two actresses to make it into Moviescope magazine’s “ones to watch” selection of British artists working in independent film. She also appeared in the film Three Stags, directed by Mark Locke, and bilingual thriller Taxi Rider in 2010. In addition her involvement with Equity (trade union) saw her elected as Chairperson for the inaugural Young Members’ Committee.


Abigail Jane Kathryn Tarttelin (born 13 October 1987) is an English novelist who began her career as an actress. Her second book, Golden Boy, was described as a “dazzling debut” by Oprah’s Book Club. Published in 2013, the book has rapidly been translated into numerous languages and saw the author listed amongst the Evening Standard’s “25 people under 25”. She is a 2014 recipient of the Alex Awards.