Jane Fallon

Jane Fallon was made a patron of Humanists UK for her exploration of the human condition through the arts.


Jane Fallon was born in Harrow in London in 1960. She studied history at University College London.

Fallon began her career in TV, starting as a freelance script reader and then working as a script editor on various shows including Eastenders where she was made producer in 1994. Later shows included This Life, Teachers, and 20 Things To Do before you’re 30.

She wrote her first novel Getting Rid of Matthew in 2006. It went on to be selected for the Richard and Judy Book Club and quickly became a national bestseller. She is now the author of 10 Sunday Times Bestsellers including Foursome (2010), Tell me a Secret (2019), and Queen Bee (2020).

All of her books can be found on her website.