Guy Rose

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(literary agent)
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Alma materGuildford College of Further and Higher Education

Employment.png Owner

In office
1993 - Present
EmployerFRA Literary Agents

Employment.png Managing Director

In office
September 2000 - October 2012
EmployerBandwagon Music Ltd

Guy Rose is the owner of the literary, film and TV agency FRA (formerly Futerman, Rose & Associates), established in 1984 by the late Vernon Futerman.[1] Joining Vernon Futerman’s agency in 1993, and becoming a name partner, Guy Rose has since represented a wide variety of authors including writers as diverse as reformed criminal John McVicar: Second World War triple agent Eddie Chapman (the subject of the film "Triple Cross", starring Christopher Plummer); former Conservative leader Iain Duncan Smith; and, retired South African High Court Judge Christopher Nicholson.[2]

FRA represent authors of non-fiction on practically any subject, with particular interest in politics, sport, show business and the music industry. FRA also specialise in scripts for film and television, and have successfully placed film and TV rights to many of the authors’ works with major studios and producers, in some cases even ahead of the book rights.[3]



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