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David Malone was born on 1962-03- in North Shields, United Kingdom, is an Independent filmmaker, author and politician. Discover David Malone's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 58 years old?

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Occupation Independent filmmaker, author and politician
Age 59 years old
Zodiac Sign Pisces
Born 1962-03-
Birthday 1962-03-
Birthplace North Shields, United Kingdom
Nationality British

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In 2016, Malone produced, directed, and co-presented the four-part documentary series Why Are We Here? The programmes followed Malone and his co-presenter Ard Louis as they met scientists and philosophers including Frank Wilczek, Roger Penrose, Gregory Chaitin, and Jane Goodall as they attempted to reconcile questions of meaning and purpose with science.

In 2016, Malone stood in the Green Party leadership election, following the announcement that incumbent leader Natalie Bennett would not be standing. He was running his campaign to encourage the party to focus more on finance and economics. During the campaign, he attended hustings and gave interviews to various news outlets covering the election. Left Foot Forward speculated that "he is likely to win the support of many not backing the Bartley-Lucas ticket" and "to come in the top three." Voting took place from 25 July to 25 August, and the result was announced on 2 September at the party's Autumn Conference. The result was a victory for Jonathan Bartley and Caroline Lucas, who won as a job share candidacy with 86% of the vote. Malone came second with 956 votes, which equated to 6.1% of the vote.


Malone lives in Scarborough, North Yorkshire, and was the Green Party's parliamentary candidate for Scarborough and Whitby in the 2015 and 2017 general elections.


In 2008 Malone began commenting on the financial pages of The Guardian's website about the credit crunch and the ensuing financial crisis under the pseudonym Golem XIV, the name of a military supercomputer in a novel of the same name by the Polish science fiction writer Stanisław Lem. Malone became a fierce critic of the bank bailouts arguing that they would lead to massive cuts in public spending. In November 2010 his book about the crisis, The Debt Generation, was published in the UK by Level Press. It had been edited by Mark Tanner from the different writings he had done in The Guardian's comments section, which had totaled 600 pages of material. Malone was interviewed about his book by Max Keiser during Episode 114 of the Keiser Report, a program that features on Russia Today. In 2013 he was also interviewed over his book by Ross Ashcroft on his 'Renegade Economist' talk show.


Malone then left and started his own documentary company, I-330 Films, and moved to North Yorkshire. I-330 Films was set up in 1995 by David Malone, and his brother James Malone. Malone was also listed as one of three Directors of, alongside David Paterson and Jan Klimkowski. Malone's Testing God was shortlisted for the Royal Television Society's best documentary series award in 2002. He is currently a member of the University of Bradford's Film and Media Professional Advisory Board, which ensures the courses and operations of the department remain up-to-date.


David Malone was born in North Shields and grew up in 1970s London. His father, Adrian Malone, was also a documentary filmmaker, who produced The Ascent of Man with Jacob Bronowski and directed Cosmos: A Personal Voyage with Carl Sagan. Malone spent nine years in America and studied biological anthropology at Swarthmore College before joining the BBC Science Department and working there for nine years. He ended up joining the production team for Horizon, a regular documentary series on science and philosophy.


David Hugh Malone (born March 1962) is a British independent filmmaker, Green Party politician, and author of The Debt Generation. He has directed television documentaries on philosophy, science and religion, originally broadcast in the United Kingdom by the BBC and Channel 4.