When we were kids, my brothers and I were allowed to watch a couple of hours of TV a night after school. My brothers would all watch the usual kids TV, but I would wait in my room pretending to be doing homework until six o’clock came and it was time for the Laurel and Hardy and Harold Lloyd double bill. It was there that I fell in love with this industry. I would beg my parents to take me to the cinema every chance I got. I’d queue up for what seemed like hours to get in to see the latest Superman, or Indiana Jones, or Crocodile Dundee. When we got a VCR, I was always down the video shop, renting everything I could get my hands on – Disney films, Bruce Lee, Marx Brothers, it didn’t matter. I loved it all.

Now, years later, I still get that thrill of excitement when I walk on to a film set, when I open the first page of a script, when I talk to people about movies and TV shows. I can’t believe I get to be a part of that thing that has given me such joy and wonder throughout my life, this crazy, wonderful magical world of make-believe.

Kingsman: The Great Game Mathew Vaughn Marv Films
The Women of Marwen – Kurt Robert Zemeckis Universal Studios
Ray Meets Helen – Russ Alan Rudolph .
Nocturnal Animals – Christopher Tom Ford Artina Films
Wish You Here – Karl Benjamin O’Donnell Wendy Honey & Paper Dragon Productions
No Place Like Home – Man Nelson Lee Paper Dragon Productions
House of Secrets – Sam Kevin L. Powers Lifetime
True Bloodthirst – Derricks Todor Chapkanov SyFy
You Will Meet A Tall Dark Stranger – Alan Woody Allen Mediapro
Table For Three – Tre Mike Samonek Starz Media
Quantum Of Solace – Mr Slate Mark Forester MGM
Push – Victor Budarin Paul McGuigan Icon
Freedom Dance – Dextor Alan Brown Krown Films
The Passage* – Adam Mark Heller Silverwood Films
15-40 Christian Bagger AFI
The Thirst – Duke Jeremy Kasten Mindfire Entertainment
The Last Drop – Simkins Colin Teague Carnaby Films
Breakfast On Pluto – Soldier Neil Jordan Pathe Pictures
Alexander – Perdiccas Oliver Stone Warner Bros
Danny Loves Angela Mark Aldridge Pump House

* Writer & official selection of 2007 Toronto Film Festival

Last Updated: January 2017

Stargirl TBD DC Entertainment
Westworld – Nicolas Richard J. Lewis HBO
Absentia – Jack Byrne Oded Ruskin Sony TV
Grantchester – Richard Rob Evans Kudos
The Originals- Alistair Duquesne Lance Anderson Bonanza Productions
Blindspot – Randall Turner Karen Gaviola NBC
Lumen – Prince Dai Joe Johnston Amblin Television
Person of Interest – Rick Dillinger Stephen Surjik CBS
Sleepy Hollow – Abraham Van Brunt Paul A. Edwards FOX
Jo – Baron Stefan Schwartz Atlantique Productions
Lightfields – Dwight Lawson Damon Thomas ITV
Infamous – Julian Bowers Peter Horton NBC Universal
Little Crackers: Barbara Windsor’s Little Cracker: My First Brassiere Paul King Lovely Day Productions
White Collar – Lawrence Russell Fine TVM Productions, Inc.
Upstairs Downstairs – Harry Spargo Various BBC
Flashforward – Hellinger Various ABC
Make It Or Break It – Sasha Belov Various ABC Family
Stargate Atlantis – Wraith Robert C Cooper Sci-Fi Channel
CSI: Miami – Paul Sanders Matt Earl Beasley CBS
The Cleaner – Duncan CBS
How I Met Your Mother – Ian Pamela Fryman CBS
CSI – Michael Bowie Richard J Lewis CBS
Cold Case – Donovan David Von Anken CBS
Blade – Marcus Van Sciver Various Spike TV
Stargate SG-1 – Khalek Peter Delouise Sci-Fi Channel
Sugar Rush – Dale Various
Red Cap (Series 2) – Robbie McCoy Justin Chadwick Stormy Pictures
Dream Team – Phil Wallis Various Hewland International
The Last Detective – Stuart Gilley Matthew Evans Meridian
Is Harry On The Boat? – Matthew Jim Loach Planet Rapido
The House That Jack Built – Charlie Nic Phillips Thames TV
Silent Witness – Marcus Saul Coky Giedroyc BBC
Ultimate Force – Luke Tom Clegg Bentley Productions
Heartbeat – Jeremy Purves Roger Banford YTV

Last Updated: January, 2017

Queer As Folk (Workshop) – Stuart Jude Kelly Red Productions
Miss Julie – Jean Michael Armstrong National Tour/West End
The Curse Of Tittikhamon Michael Armstrong National Tour
The Illustrated Games People Play Michael Armstrong Westminster Theatre