Richard began his career as co-presenter and daily comedy writer on Radio One’s STEVE WRIGHT IN THE AFTERNOON. He now works primarily in Comedy and Entertainment writing, including stints on THE VOICE, HARRY HILL’S TV BURP, WHO WANTS TO BE A MILLIONAIRE (the first writer in the world on that show), YOU’VE BEEN FRAMED (which he’s written since 1999), SUNDAY NIGHT AT THE PALLADIUM, CHILDREN IN NEED, LET’S DANCE FOR COMIC RELIEF, THE BRITISH SOAP AWARDS, and plenty of other shiny floor shows in between. He also composes for TV, including themes and songs for HORRIBLE SCIENCE, LEN GOODMAN’S PARTNERS IN RHYME and WEDDING DAY WINNERS. As well as developing original drama and comedy projects, Richard has also had two books published: a horror, THE GENERAL THEORY OF HAUNTING, and a music short story collection, COVER STORIES.
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