Tony is an impressively tall comedy writer who has written extensively for TV and radio shows, both for adults and kids, solo and in partnership. He has written regularly for hit comedies including Newzoids, Dead Ringers, The Armstrong and Miller Show, and he wrote in both London and Mumbai on the ITV1 sitcom Mumbai Calling.
In 2013, he was a BAFTA Rocliffe Comedy Winner for his sitcom Nannies - which he co-wrote with Brona C. Titley - and the show was presented at the New York Television Festival. He is currently developing a new family sitcom with Brona, optioned by Citrus Television.
Tony was a lead writer on two series of CBBC’s Diddy Movies, including the BAFTA-winning episode for Best Comedy 2014, the current follow-up show Diddy TV, and three series of triple BAFTA-nominated The Legend of Dick and Dom.
He co-created and wrote CBBC’s fairy-tale courtroom mini-series A Long Long Crime Ago, and is often commissioned to write pilot scripts for new children’s shows. He has recently developed a kids' comedy for Disney, and is currently developing a new family sitcom for CBBC, co-writing with Tim Bain. In 2009 Tony was shortlisted for the BAFTA Breakthrough Talent Award for his kids writing.
Sketches for the topical comedy.
Script for new Saturday night entertainment show from the makers of The X Factor, co-writing with Brona C. Titley
Writing on the hit Disney superhero comedy.
Original script commission for a new family sitcom co-written with Tim Bain.
Three episodes o a new family sitcom with a doggy twist from the makers of multi-award winning Topsy and Tim.
TV Pilot of a new hidden camera show playing pranks on kids.
A lead writer on the Bafta-nominated sequel to Diddy Movies, spoofing the TV schedules.
TV Pilot of a new family comedy about two siblings finding their birth mother later in life. Co-writing with Brona C. Titley.
Sketch writer for the puppet impressions show on ITV1, co-writing with Brona C Titley.
BAFTA for BBC iPlayer.
TV Pilot, leading to a script commission. Original family comedy celebrating the 1990s. Co-written with Tim Bain.
Multiple episodes of the new comedy for US network, Sprout about aliens in suburbia.
Sketches for the school-based comedy inspired by Educating Essex.
Pilot and four episodes of the new comedy series about how hard it is to be human
Writing on an episode of the BAFTA-winning animated series.
On the writing team for the brand new CGI comedy about the iconic comic book duo.
Seven episodes of a new animated physical comedy for the Boomerang channel.
Additional material for Graham Norton's host script and award presenters' citations.
Episode of the rebooted series featuring a suave secret agent mouse and his sidekick hamster Penfold
Show bible, storylines and scene by scenes for new teen ‘dramedy’ with a culinary twist
Three episodes of the stop-frame comedy horror series based on the books of Tommy Donbavand
Two episodes of the iconic TV series.
Original sitcom co-created and written with Brona C Titley, about a loving wife and mother who’s also a serial killer.
Original sitcom co-created and written with Brona C Titley. Presented at the New York Television Festival as a BAFTA Rocliffe Comedy Winner 2013
Regular sketch writer for the BAFTA-nominated spoof news comedy.
Four episodes of the relaunched BAFTA-winning comedy set in a prison, including the celebrity Christmas special
Contributing to an episode of the multi-award winning show
Lead writer with Carl Carter on all three series of the triple BAFTA-nominated children's sitcom, scripting 17 episodes