Freddy Syborn started writing for theatre and television at Cambridge, often collaborating with Jack Whitehall, who he went on to co-write Bad Education, Sky 1's Little Cracker: Daddy's Little Princess and Backchat with.
Since leaving in 2009, he has written for (amongst others) Never Mind the Buzzcocks, Comic Relief, 8 out of 10 Cats, Mock the Week, TNT Show, My Funniest Year, Dave’s One Night Stand and The Comedy Roast, plus two series of both Stand Up for the Week and Big Brother’s Big Mouth.
A prizewinning playwright, Freddy has written (and sometimes directed) fifteen of his plays in fringe theatres in Cambridge, London and Edinburgh. He has also had his work showcased at the Soho Theatre.
Freddy has also been commissioned to write a couple of original ideas - Cockroaches, a half-hour comedy for Big Talk/ITV2 and The Shot, a one hour drama for Channel 4.