Actor | Writer | Producer
When writing for The League of Gentlemen, he always writes with Jeremy Dyson, while Reece Shearsmith always writes with Steve Pemberton. This is to avoid arguments.
[on Doctor Who (1963)] TV has created very few original and memorable heroes, but the Doctor stands out as one of the honourable exceptions, and it is no accident that he continues to be a source of fascination for many TV nostalgists. At its height...
His writings frequently have a Victorian setting to them
Sedgefield, England, UK
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