The Next Generation...

Credits include 'Lunch Monkeys', 'Life Of Riley', 'Not Going Out'.

David received the RTS North best scriptwriter nomination for ‘Lunch Monkeys’. His short ‘Bus Baby’ (co-written with Jason Wingard) won the People's Prize in the Virgin Shorts Film Competition.

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Credits include: ‘Misery Bear’, ‘Big Train’, ‘Smack The Pony’ 
Nat and Chris have written for ‘Big Train’, ‘Smack The Pony’ and are creators of the laugh out loud funny ‘Misery Bear’.
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Credits include 'The Thick Of It', 'Being Human', 'The Increasingly Poor Decisions of Todd Margaret'.
Sara has been voted one of Time Out Magazine’s ‘Rising Stars of Comedy’
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Credits include 'Dick And Dom's Funny Business', 'Hotel Trubble', 'Vidiotic'
Natalie joined the BBC in 2002 and worked her way up from Researcher to Director working with the likes of French & Saunders and Armando Iannucci along the way.
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Credits include: 'Doctors', 'Hollyoaks', 'The Orgasm Raygun'.
Gooch is the only person in the world to have been a winner with BBC Talent two years running.
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Credits include ‘Dick And Dom’s Funny Business’, BBC Comedy Unit
“May become a future great British double act, carrying on the tradition from where other greats such as Morecambe & Wise and Reeves & Mortimer have left off.” The Guardian
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Credits include Absolute Radio DJ, ‘Leeds Tealights’, ‘Dregs’
Max is a Sony Rising Star Award nominee, a two time Chortle Student Award Finalist and one of The Sun’s Top Comedy Picks for 2011.
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