Ned Sherrin
Ned Sherrin

Ned Sherrin

  • English
  • Director, producer and executive
Ned Sherrin. Copyright: BBC

Ned Sherrin was an English director, producer and executive.

Year Production Role
2005 Crumpet! A Very British Sex Symbol Self
2004 Sex, Secrets & Frankie Howerd Self
2003 Cheers, Deb Self
2002 Peter Cook - At A Slight Angle To The Universe Self
2002 Reputations: Frankie Howerd Self
2001 Thou Art Awful ... But I Like Thee Self
2001 Adrian Mole: The Cappuccino Years
  1. E1 - Episode One
Self
2000 The Unforgettable... - Series 2
  1. E5 - Frankie Howerd
Self
2000 Legends - Series 1
  1. E5 - Frankie Howerd
  2. E6 - Kenneth Williams
Self
1998 Like They've Never Been Gone - Series 1
  1. E5 - Episode Five
Self
1995 The Mrs Merton Show - Series 1
  1. E6 - Episode Six
Guest
1995 Heroes Of Comedy - Series 1
  1. E1 - A Special Tribute To... Frankie Howerd
Self
1992 A Word In Your Era
  1. E3 - Episode Three
Churchill
1990 Arena: Oooh ER Missus! The Frankie Howerd Story Self
1980 An Audience With...
  1. E1 - Dame Edna Everage
Self
1980 Kenneth Williams On Joe Orton Host / Presenter
1973 The National Health Producer
1972 Rentadick Producer
1972 The Alf Garnett Saga Producer
1972 Up The Front Producer
1971 Up The Chastity Belt Producer
1971 Up Pompeii Producer
1970 Where Was Spring? - Series 2 Producer
1970 Every Home Should Have One Executive Producer
1969 The Virgin Soldiers Producer
1969 Where Was Spring? - Series 1 Producer
1968 Where Was Spring? - Special Producer
1965 My Father Knew Lloyd George Producer
1964 A Last Word On The Election Producer
1964 A Last Word On The Election Director
1963 That Was The Week That Was - Series 2 Producer
1963 That Was The Week That Was - Series 2 Director
1963 That Was The Week That Was - Series 2 Writer
1962 That Was The Week That Was Creator
1962 That Was The Week That Was - Series 1 Producer
1962 That Was The Week That Was - Series 1 Director
1962 That Was The Week That Was - Series 1 Writer

Non-comedy TV and film credits may be found here:
Ned Sherrin on IMDb

Born
Wednesday 18th February 1931
Died
Monday 1st October 2007 (aged 76)
Nationality
English
BAFTA Television Awards 1966
Best Light Entertainment (Winner)
BAFTA Television Awards 1964
Best Specialised Programme (Winner)
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