In 1921 a British silent drama film was produced starring Reginald Fox, Ann Trevor and Clive Brook. Walter Courtney Rowden made the film at Teddington Studios by Master Films.
In 1970 the book was adapted into a BBC TV drama in six episodes, written by Alexander Baron, produced by David Conroy and directed by Joan Craft. John Nolan starred as Daniel Deronda, with Martha Henry as Gwendolen and Robert Hardy as Grandcourt .
In 2002 the book was adapted into a serial drama by the same name, written by Andrew Davies and directed by Tom Hooper. The four part show was broadcast on BBC One from 23 November to 7 December 2002. Hugh Dancy starred as the titular Daniel Deronda, with the show winning two British Academy Television Craft Awards, a Banff Rockie Award, and a Broadcasting Press Guild Award.