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Ed Bye

Ed Bye
Born Edward Richard Morrison Bye
1955 (age 60–61)
Hammersmith, London, United Kingdom
Nationality British
Education Mount House School
Occupation Television and film director
Television and film producer
Spouse(s) Ruby Wax
Children 3

Edward Richard Morrison Bye (born 1955)[1] is a British film and TV producer and director.

Ed Bye attended Mount House School, Tavistock, Devon, in the late 1960s, where he was known as a swimmer. He is married to Ruby Wax and has three children.

In 2011 he co-founded the production company Tall TV with Tim Dawson and Susan Nickson.[2]

Contents

  • Filmography 1
    • Director 1.1
    • Producer 1.2
    • Miscellaneous 1.3
  • References 2
  • External links 3

Filmography

Director

  • Vicious (2013–2015) – 2 series
  • Coming of Age (2011) – Series 3 (8 episodes)
  • My Family (2009–2011) – 2009 Christmas special and Series 10
  • After You've Gone (2007 Christmas special) – TV episode
  • Home Again (2006) – TV series
  • Foley & McColl: This Way Up (2005) – TV pilot episode
  • Absolutely Fabulous (2004; episode 9) – TV episode
  • Fat Slags (2004) – feature film
  • Celeb (2002) – TV series
  • French & Saunders: Celebrity Christmas Puddings (2002) - TV special
  • French & Saunders: The Egg (2002) - TV special
  • Lenny Henry in Pieces (2001 special; 2002) - TV special and series
  • French & Saunders Live (2000) - video
  • Kevin & Perry Go Large (2000) - feature film
  • Can't Smeg, Won't Smeg (1998) - TV special
  • Red Dwarf: A-Z (1998) - TV special
  • Bottom Live 3: Hooligan's Island (1997) - video
  • Ruby (1997-2000) - TV series
  • Eddie Izzard: Definite Article (1996) - video
  • Jack and Jeremy's Police 4 (1995) - TV comedy
  • Red Dwarf: Smeg Outs (1995) - video
  • Carrott U Like (1994) - TV comedy
  • The Detectives (1993-1997) - TV series
  • Mama's Back! (1993) - TV comedy
  • The 10%ers (1993) - TV series
  • Bottom (1991-1992) - TV series
  • The Full Wax (1991-1993) - TV series
  • Canned Carrott (1990-1992) - TV series
  • Red Dwarf (1988-1991 series I-IV; 1997-1999 series VII-VIII) - TV series
  • Craig Goes Mad in Melbourne (1988) - TV series
  • Filthy Rich & Catflap (1987) - TV series
  • Girls on Top (1985-1986) - TV series

Producer

  • Celeb (2002) - TV series
  • Can't Smeg, Won't Smeg (1998) - TV special
  • Red Dwarf: A-Z (1998) - TV special
  • Red Dwarf (1997-1999 series VII-VIII) - TV series
  • How To Be A Little Sod (1995) - TV series (Executive Producer)
  • Red Dwarf: Smeg Outs (1995) - video
  • Carrott U Like (1994) - TV comedy
  • The Detectives (1993-1997) - TV series
  • The 10%ers (1993) - TV series
  • Bottom (1991-1992) - TV series
  • The Full Wax (1991-1993) - TV series
  • Canned Carrott (1990-1992) - TV series
  • Craig Goes Mad in Melbourne (1988) - TV series
  • Spider Plant Man. Comic relief special with Tony Robinson, Jim Broadbent and Rowan Atkinson. SPFX by the Farm, Andy Hay and Steve Deakin-Davies.

Miscellaneous

  • Lenny Henry in Pieces (2001 special; 2002) - TV special and series (Writer)
  • Jack and Jeremy's Real Lives (1996) - TV series (Script Supervisor)
  • The Young Ones (1982-1984) - TV series (Production Manager)

References

  1. ^ Births England and Wales 1837-2006
  2. ^ http://www.reddwarf.co.uk/news/2011/05/13/eds-got-company

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