Fraser Steele

Fraser’s most recent credits include Stephen Merchant’s BBC series THE OUTLAWS. He has co-written all three series of the Radio 4 sitcom PHIL ELLIS IS TRYING, alongside A LEAGUE OF THEIR OWN, 8 OUT OF 10 CATS (and its …DOES COUNTDOWN spin-off), HAVE I GOT NEWS FOR YOU and I’M SORRY I HAVEN’T A CLUE, which gained him a Sony Gold Writer’s Award. From script editing 15 STOREYS HIGH, Fraser enjoyed a long-term collaboration with Sean Lock for both his TV and live work. He has also written for Jack Dee’s current tour, Rob Brydon’s recent stand-up, and for Lee Mack on his live shows, LEE MACK’S ALL STAR SKETCH SHOW and DUCK QUACKS DON’T ECHO on TV. He contributed material for Stephen Merchant’s feature film FIGHTING WITH MY FAMILY and before that on Stand Up To Cancer’s CRYSTAL MAZE. Fraser wrote Hugh Grant’s script for THE LAUREUS WORLD SPORTS AWARDS 2017. He has also worked for Paramount Pictures on EDDIE THE EAGLE and his name is linked to many other tv shows: NEVER MIND THE BUZZCOCKS, THE JONATHAN ROSS SHOW, FRIDAY NIGHT WITH JONATHAN ROSS, BIG FAT QUIZ OF THE YEAR, LIVE AT THE APOLLO, BRITISH COMEDY AWARDS, BAFTA FILM AWARDS, JACK DEE’S HAPPY HOUR, WALL OF FAME, TOP GEAR, THEY THINK IT’S ALL OVER, LENNY HENRY GOES TO TOWN, TV HEAVEN TELLY HELL and as script editor early on in his writing career on two series of SMITH & JONES. Fraser is currently working on a new sitcom JOHNNY’S HOME with a co-writer.

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