Tim Heald


Tim Heald was born in Dorset, England, United Kingdom on January 28th, 1944 and is the Novelist. At the age of 80, Tim Heald biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

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January 28, 1944
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Dorset, England, United Kingdom
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Biographer, Journalist
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Tim Heald Life

Tim Villiers Heald FRSL, (28 January 1944 – 20 November 2016, a British author, biographer, photographer, and public speaker.

Life and writings

Heald was born in Dorset, England, and studied at Sherborne School, Dorset, and Balliol College, Oxford, gaining an MA in Modern History in 1965.

He wrote more than 30 books, including official biographies of HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh (The Duke, a Life Unravelled, 1991, Orion Books), and cricket commentator Brian Johnston.

Heald's mystery novels starring Simon Bognor, special investigator (ten titles), serialized by Thames TV, and more recently as the author of Dr. Cornwall in a new crime trilogy published by Robert Hale Ltd. Death and the Ocean Wave (2004) Simon Bognor, the newly knighted, published two more books in the Pueblo's opening chapter and Poison, as well as Crème de la Crime/ Severn House.

Tim Heald, a journalist, contributed to Punch, The Spectator, The Daily Telegraph (Atticus column), The Times and The Daily Telegraph, and The Daily Telegraph (feature writer 1967–1972), and was a freelance book reviewer and travel writer for several other publications as a journalist. He was often a visitor on Cunard cruise ships the QE2 and the Caronia as a speaker. He was the creator of Village Cricket (Little Brown, 2004), on which a Carlton TV series was based.

Between 1997 and 2001, Heald served as an academic in creative writing at the University of Tasmania and the University of South Australia. He was a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature. He was also a dedicated member of PEN International and chaired the Writers in Prison Committee.

Tim Heald lived in Fowey, Cornwall, for 15 years before 2011, but then moved to south Somerset, where his mother was born and where she and his father are buried.