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Dominic Brigstocke

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Dominic Brigstocke is a British television director, educated at Downside School. Mostly working in comedy, he has directed I'm Alan Partridge, Smack the Pony, Green Wing, The Armstrong and Miller Show and Tracey Ullman's British comedy projects, among others.

In 2018 he is directing his first film, Horrible Histories: The Movie - Rotten Romans.[1][2]

Director[edit]

French and Saunders – (1987–2004)
Smith and Jones – (1989–1998)
The Crystal Maze – (1991–1993)
The Talking Show (Open Media series for Channel 4) – (1993)
Harry Enfield and Chums – (1994 - 1997)
Knowing Me, Knowing You... with Alan Partridge – (1994–1995)
The Mrs Merton Show – (1995–1998)
It Happened Next Year – (1996)
I'm Alan Partridge – (1997–2002)
Smack the Pony – (1999–2003)
The Morwenna Banks Specials – (1999)
TV to Go – (2000–2002)
'Orrible – (2001)
Combat Sheep – (2001)
Daydream Believers – (2001)
The Kumars at No. 42 – (2001–present)
Matthew & Tone – (2002)
Spike Milligan – I Told You I Was Ill - A Live Tribute – (2002)
Swiss Toni – (2003-2004)
Green Wing – (2004-2007)
Respectable – (2006)
The Armstrong and Miller Show – (2007-2010)
Horrible Histories (2009 TV series) – (2009-2013)
Tracey Ullman's Show – (2016–2017)
Tracey Breaks the News – (2017–present)

References[edit]

  1. Cook, Laurence (9 October 2018). "National Theatre Unveils New Season + More U.K. Industry News". Backstage. Retrieved 17 October 2018.
  2. Grater, Tom (3 October 2018). "'Horrible Histories: The Movie' reveals cast and first look". Screen Daily. Retrieved 17 October 2018. the feature debut of director Dominic Brigstocke, a veteran TV comedy director with credits including Alan Partridge, Harry Enfield and Smack The Pony.

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