Ulpian Fulwell was an English Renaissance theatre playwright, satirist and poet.
He became a rector of Naunton in 1570 and a member of St. Mary Hall, Oxford in 1578.
One of his works, Like Will to Like has been analyzed in a study exploring the themes of morality and vices in relation to the devil. The play has been further credited as being influential in a later play, Grim the Collier of Croydon. The play has been acted by Pembroke's Men at Henslowe's Rose Theatre on 28 October 1600. Furthermore, the play has been acted out in 1968 by the Poculi Ludique Societas.