Nathan Bryon.

Nathan Bryon

Bloods review

A magnificent paramedic comedy full of gallows humour.

Sean O'Grady, The Independent, 5th May 2021

Bloods: Mining a fresh vein of comedy

Samson Kayo, Nathan Bryon and Ash Atalla explain how a sliding-doors moment led to the two young talents being entrusted with a major sitcom.

Broadcast, 5th May 2021

Benidorm star Nathan Bryon co-writes first film

Benidorm star Nathan Bryon and his regular collaborator Tom Melia have written a rom-com feature film. Vibes & Stuff - which stars Vivian Oparah and David Jonsson - is about meeting the right person at the worst possible time.

British Comedy Guide, 12th April 2021

Benidorm star's joyful story wins children's book prize

Benidorm star Nathan Bryon and illustrator Dapo Adeola have won the Waterstones children's book prize for their "joyful" picture book Look Up!

BBC, 30th July 2020

ITV to celebrate 10 series of Benidorm

ITV is to broadcast Benidorm: 10 Years On Holiday, a documentary celebrating its sitcom being on air for ten years. It has also released more details about Series 10.

British Comedy Guide, 16th January 2018

Benidorm viewers claim show ripped off Inbetweeners

Benidorm viewers were outraged tonight after watching a sketch from the show, which bore a remarkable resemblance to a scene from The Inbetweeners Movie.

Claire Corkery, The Daily Express, 15th March 2017

More misunderstandings in the Spanish sun. Kenneth (Tony Maudsley) starts a taxi business by mistake, while Joyce (Sherrie Hewson) worries about her boss discovering that she can't speak Spanish, and Joey (Nathan Bryon) thinks a trip to Ibiza is free when it isn't. Mainly, though, we're wondering if randy wrinkly Nana Chase (former Brookside star Kate Fitzgerald) has really slept with a 20-year-old. It's fine, but it's half an hour of sitcom in an hour-long slot.

Jack Seale, The Guardian, 8th March 2017

Benidorm Series 10 confirmed

ITV has ordered a 10th series of holiday comedy Benidorm, making it one of Britain's longest running sitcoms. Filming starts later this month, for broadcast in 2018.

British Comedy Guide, 2nd March 2017