Steven Moffat Net Worth

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Steven Moffat net well worth: Steven Moffat is a Scottish television writer and producer who includes a net worthy of of $30 million. Steven Moffat was created in Paisley, Scotland in November 1961. He initial composed for the tv screen series Press Gang from 1989 to 1993. Moffat composed for it series Joking Aside from 1991 to 1995. In 1997 he composed for the series Chalk. He made and composed for the tv screen series Coupling from 2000 to 2008. Moffat provides written for it series Doctor Who since 2005 and made and composed for the series Sherlock since 2010. He in addition has offered as associate manufacturer for the tv screen series Chalk and professional producer for it series Jekyll, Doctor Who Confidential, Course, Doctor Who, and Sherlock. Moffat provides won a lot more than 30 honours including Primetime Emmy Honours for Sherlock in 2014 and 2016 and five BAFTA Honours. He is wedded to English tv manufacturer Sue Vertue.

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Interesting Facts

#Fact
1He was awarded the OBE (Officer of the Order of the British Empire) in the 2015 Queen's Birthday Honours List for his services to Drama. He is a television writer in London, England.
2A huge fan of Peter Davison's Fifth Doctor, Moffat was one of the principal interviewees for the Davison-era Doctor Who (1963) documentary Come in Number Five (2011). He also stated in an interview in 1995 that he thought Davison was the best actor to have played the Doctor.
3Has children - Louis, Joshua.
4The original Doctor Who series inspired Moffat to write.
5Son-in-law of Beryl Vertue, executive producer of Coupling (2003) and Coupling (2000).
6Son of Bill Moffat.
7Scottish born school teacher


Trademarks

#Trademark
1His main characters often hold a lengthy, humorous and sometimes emotional speech to emphasize their personal opinion or to cause a change of heart to others.
2Doctor Who references


Quotes

#Quote
1[on Doctor Who] Rebirth is at the core. There's an ending, yes, but there's a reassurance that the moment of sadness will be followed by a sunrise. That's the fundamental message of all kids' stories: as dark as it gets, the dawn will come. No show has so many endings and so many beginnings as Doctor Who.
2[on Doctor Who: The Talons of Weng-Chiang: Part One (1977)] How could a good hack think that the BBC could make a giant rat? If he'd come to my house, when I was fourteen, and said 'Can BBC Special Effects do a giant rat?', I'd have said no. I'd rather see them do something limited than something crap. What I resented was going to school two days later, and my friends knew I watched this show, and they'd say 'Did you see the giant rat?', and I'd have to say I thought there was dramatic integrity elsewhere.
3My memory of Doctor Who (1963) is based on bad television that I enjoyed at the time.
4Doctor Who (1963) wasn't limited by the times or the style that were prevalent then. It was limited by the relatively meagre talent of the people who were working on it. Mostly they were middle of the range hacks who were not going to go on to do much else. Over 26 years, the hit rate is not high enough. There are people who have worked on Doctor Who (1963) and gone on to great things, like Douglas Adams. I just think most people thought this was going to be the big moment of their lives, which is a shame. As a television format, Doctor Who (1963) equals anything. Unless I chose my episodes very carefully, I couldn't sit anyone I work with in television down in front of Doctor Who (1963) and say 'Watch this'.
5[on the Doctor Who (1963) hiatus in 1985] I was sort of distraught. Proper, proper Doctor Who (1963) fan, not unaware that it was crashing and burning at that moment.
6[on the Colin Baker era of Doctor Who (1963)] Being a Doctor Who (1963) fan is a bit like being a football fan, I imagine, because you're sitting there desperate every Saturday for it to be good. And it had been pretty good I think when Peter [Peter Davison] was in it and then suddenly, suddenly it really wasn't. And you were going 'Ugh, it's a bit charmless, it's a bit losing its way', and so when the axe fell that terrible day, it didn't feel like a surprise, it felt 'Oh no!' But I thought 'Don't get rid of it! That's like cancelling James Bond because there's been a bad one!'
7I dearly love Doctor Who (1963), but I don't think my love of it translated into it's being a tremendously good series. It was a bit crap at times, wasn't it?
8When I look back at Doctor Who (1963) now, I laugh at it fondly. As a television professional, I think 'How did these guys get a paycheque every week?'. Nothing from the black and white days, with the exception of the pilot episode, should have got out of the building. They should have been clubbing those guys to death. You've got an old guy in the lead [William Hartnell] who can't remember his lines. You've got Patrick Troughton, who was a good actor, but his companions - how did they get their Equity card? They're unimaginably bad. Once you get to the colour stuff, some of it's watchable, but it's laughable. Mostly now, looking back, I'm startled by it. Given that it's a teatime show, a children's show, I think most of the Peter Davison stuff is well-constructed, the directors are consistent.
9Don't you think it's fair to say that Doctor Who (1963) was a great idea that happened to the wrong people? I think the actual structure, the actual format is as good as anything that's ever been done. The character of the Doctor, the TARDIS, all that stuff is so good, it can actually stand not being done terribly well. There was some very good stuff spread over the twenty-five years, but that wasn't enough.
10Peter Davison is a better actor than all the other ones. That's the simple reason why it works better. There's no complicated reason why Peter Davison carried on working and all the others disappeared into a retirement home.
11I like that Helen Mirren has been saying the next Doctor should be a woman. I would like to go on record and say that the Queen should be played by a man!
12Murray Gold is a genius. The number of melodies that man has come up with that are utterly haunting, utterly memorable.
13Sherlock Holmes is a human that longs to be a god, The Doctor is a god that longs to be a human.
14[on his updated personification of Sherlock Holmes] A modern young man who wore a deerstalker would look a right dickhead, wouldn't he?
15I can answer it with three letters: N-B-C. Very, very good writing team. Very, very good cast. The network fucked it up because they intervened endlessly. If you really want a job to work, don't get Jeff Zucker's team to come help you because they're not funny ... I think I'm entitled to say that because I think the way in which NBC slagged off the creative team on American "Coupling" after its failure was disgraceful and traitorous. So I enjoy slagging them off. That's the end of my career in L.A. I'll be leaving shortly.
16I feel creatively stifled by the BBC every single day - but I'm a writer and 'creatively stifled' counts as anything short of an instant series commission, a guaranteed second series, a cuddle, a guaranteed third series, and a whispered invitation back to 'my place' (where I'll explain that really I've got a five-series arc in mind, and a spin-off.)
17People love talking about the past, because they know they survived it. People hate the future cos they know they won't. I like the past too, but I don't think living there's an option.
18I'm all for whingeing, of course - we're writers, it's our golf.
19Most fans are delighted with just about all of Doctor Who (2005); really, they are. But mixed in with that are some insanely vocal ones who go on about how they hated it every single week. Which raises the question, 'Why are you fucking watching it then?' Many of those guys used to support my episodes, but they already think I'll fuck it up completely now. It makes no sense, especially when you look at what I was praised for by those vocal fans. They'd say, 'It will be great when Moffat takes over, because then there won't be so much romance, there won't be all that soapy stuff, there won't be all this comedy, and there won't be overuse of the sonic screwdriver'. But I do all those things, even more than Russell (Russell T. Davies) does! And I've got the record for gay jokes. I've got the gayest joke of all time in Doctor Who (2005) - I've got the 'beard' joke about the Master. I'm worse than he is for most of that!
20The show is really tough for a super fit David Tennant so you might kill somebody who takes on the role in their 60s. For Doctor Who (2005) to turn into an old man you'd be pissed off. Even William Hartnell had trouble back then, he was often ill and he forgot his lines. I think the Doctor will always be about 40.
21You come across the occasional nutter who will talk about Russell's (Russell T. Davies) gay agenda - I imagine he keeps it in a pink folder in a special leopardskin safe - but this is possibly the most heterosexual Doctor we've ever had. Clearly, Russell's gay agenda is to turn everyone straight.
22It felt right that the James Bond of the future would bed anyone. He's far too busy saving the universe to worry about which brand of genitals is best. (On the character of Captain Jack in Doctor Who (2005) and Torchwood (2006))
23The misconception about children's fiction is that it's lightweight or fluffy. It's about really big and important things. It's adults who like light and fluffy. Everything is big and important to a child, so their stories are about big and important events.
24Literally, the whole family sits down to watch Doctor Who (2005): mum and dad, granddad, the two kids... Mum's fancying David Tennant, dad's thinking the spaceships are really cool, the granddad is saying it was better when it was William Hartnell.... and they're all thinking it's aimed at them.
25It's aimed at kids and adults. And why should anyone care about this? If you watch it, then it's for you. It shouldn't matter. I mean the specific thing about it being a children's program, is that it follows the imperatives and narrative rules and the joy of children's fiction. If you watch Doctor Who (2005) at 9 pm at night (as you do in the United States) it's going to seem a bit odd. It's energetic. The Doctor walks straight out of the TARDIS and into trouble, and you accept it. The Master becomes Prime Minister of Britain, and you accept it. It's got all the brio and vigour of Harry Potter, Narnia and Star Wars. That doesn't mean it doesn't appeal to adults. Star Wars, the most successful film franchise ever, is explicitly for children, but adults love it. Doctor Who (2005) is my favorite thing in the world. If you're in Britain, we'll show you the sticker books and the lunchboxes. In the schoolyard on Monday, they're all talking about Doctor Who (2005). That doesn't mean it's childish. It's very sophisticated.
26I really enjoyed Peter's (Peter Davison) Doctor. I said sometimes, he's underrated as the Doctor - although not after "Time Crash" (Doctor Who: Time Crash (2007)), that's for sure. I think he's a brilliant Doctor... He paved the way for the younger, more reckless Doctors... He is the first modern Doctor... Before Davison, he was always the father figure, and suddenly the Doctor became your reckless mate... The Doctor always doesn't know what he's doing, he just hopes he can get away with it.
27There are no bad feelings between Spielberg (Steven Spielberg) and me, but Doctor Who (2005) has to come before Hollywood. I am working on scripts to be filmed next year. Russell T. Davies is doing four specials next, then my shows will begin. I talked to Steven and he completely understood. Steven is a fan and he understood my passion for the series completely.
28I've been dreaming of writing for Dr Who (Doctor Who (2005)) since I was seven.
29You're guaranteed to be lucky several times in your life-it's what you do with it. Young writers spend all their time worrying, in a way that David Gerrold did not and I did not. How do they get to meet the right people? How do they get to the right parties? If only someone would read my script... Forget all that. All these things are easy and will happen. The way you get your script to the right people is that you put it in an envelope. It's fucking easy. The difficult bit is writing something that is so good people will take a punt on a brand new writer. That's it-you have to write an absolutely terrific script.


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Won Awards

Won awards

Won awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2016Primetime EmmyPrimetime Emmy AwardsOutstanding Television MovieSherlock (2010)· Mark Gatiss (executive producer)
· Beryl Vertue (executive producer)
· Sue Vertue (executive producer)
· Rebecca Eaton (executive producer)
2014Primetime EmmyPrimetime Emmy AwardsOutstanding Writing for a Miniseries, Movie or a Dramatic SpecialSherlock (2010)
2013EdgarEdgar Allan Poe AwardsBest Television Episode TeleplaySherlock (2010)
2013RTS Television AwardRoyal Television Society, UKBest Writer - DramaSherlock (2010)
2012OFTA Television AwardOnline Film & Television AssociationBest Writing of a Motion Picture or MiniseriesSherlock (2010)· Mark Gatiss
· Arthur Conan Doyle
· Steve Thompson
2012SFX AwardSFX Awards, UKBest TV ShowDoctor Who (2005)
2012TV Quick AwardTV Quick Awards, UKBest Drama SeriesSherlock (2010)· Mark Gatiss
2012BAFTA TV AwardBAFTA AwardsBest WriterSherlock (2010)
2012Special AwardBAFTA Awards
2011Banff Rockie AwardBanff Television FestivalBest Continuing SeriesSherlock (2010)· Mark Gatiss
2011Broadcast AwardsBroadcast Awards, UKBest Drama Series or SerialSherlock (2010)· Mark Gatiss
2011HugoHugo AwardsBest Dramatic Presentation - Short FormDoctor Who (2005)· Toby Haynes (director)
2011Peabody AwardPeabody AwardsSherlock (2010)· Mark Gatiss
2011Prix EuropaPrix EuropaBest Episode of a TV Fiction Series or SerialSherlock (2010)· Mark Gatiss
2011RTS Television AwardRoyal Television Society, UKBest Drama SeriesSherlock (2010)· Mark Gatiss
2011Judges' Award (Programme)Royal Television Society, UK
2011SFX AwardSFX Awards, UKBest TV ShowDoctor Who (2005)
2011TV Quick AwardTV Quick Awards, UKBest New DramaSherlock (2010)· Mark Gatiss
2011TV Quick AwardTV Quick Awards, UKBest Family DramaDoctor Who (2005)
2011BAFTA TV AwardBAFTA AwardsBest Drama SeriesSherlock (2010)· Mark Gatiss
· Sue Vertue
· Beryl Vertue
2010TV Quick AwardTV Quick Awards, UKBest Family DramaDoctor Who (2005)
2008BAFTA Cymru AwardBAFTA Awards, WalesBest Screenwriter (Yr Awdur Gorau Ar Gyfer Y Sgrin)Doctor Who (2005)
2008HugoHugo AwardsBest Dramatic Presentation - Short FormDoctor Who (2005)· Hettie Macdonald (director)
2008Rondo StatuetteRondo Hatton Classic Horror AwardsBest Television PresentationDoctor Who (2005)
2008BAFTA TV AwardBAFTA AwardsBest WriterDoctor Who (2005)
2007HugoHugo AwardsBest Dramatic Presentation - Short FormDoctor Who (2005)· Euros Lyn (director)
2007Rondo StatuetteRondo Hatton Classic Horror AwardsBest TV PresentationDoctor Who (2005)
2007SFX AwardSFX Awards, UKBest TV EpisodeDoctor Who (2005)· Euros Lyn (director)
2007Writers' Guild of Great Britain AwardWriters' Guild of Great BritainSoap/Series (TV)Doctor Who (2005)· Chris Chibnall
· Paul Cornell
· Russell T. Davies
· Stephen Greenhorn
· Helen Raynor
· Gareth Roberts
2006HugoHugo AwardsBest Dramatic Presentation - Short FormDoctor Who (2005)· James Hawes (director)
2006Rondo StatuetteRondo Hatton Classic Horror AwardsBest TV PresentationDoctor Who (2005)
1991BAFTA TV AwardBAFTA AwardsBest Children's Programme (Entertainment/Drama)Press Gang (1989)· Sandra C. Hastie

Nominated Awards

Nominated awards

Nominated awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2016HugoHugo AwardsBest Dramatic Presentation - Short FormDoctor Who (2005)· Rachel Talalay (director)
2015BAFTA Scotland AwardBAFTA Awards, ScotlandBest Writer - Film/TelevisionDoctor Who (2005)
2015HugoHugo AwardsBest Dramatic Presentation - Short FormDoctor Who (2005)· Douglas Mackinnon (director)
2015PGA AwardPGA AwardsOutstanding Producer of Long-Form TelevisionSherlock (2010)· Mark Gatiss
· Beryl Vertue
· Sue Vertue
2014HugoHugo AwardsBest Dramatic Presentation - Short FormDoctor Who (2005)· Nick Hurran (director)
2014HugoHugo AwardsBest Dramatic Presentation - Short FormDoctor Who (2005)· Saul Metzstein (director)
2014OFTA Television AwardOnline Film & Television AssociationBest Writing of a Motion Picture or MiniseriesSherlock (2010)
2014Bradbury AwardScience Fiction and Fantasy Writers of AmericaDoctor Who (2005)· Nick Hurran (director)
2014Primetime EmmyPrimetime Emmy AwardsOutstanding Television MovieSherlock (2010)· Mark Gatiss (executive producer)
· Beryl Vertue (executive producer)
· Sue Vertue (executive producer)
· Rebecca Eaton (executive producer: masterpiece)
2013Broadcasting Press Guild AwardBroadcasting Press Guild AwardsBest Drama Series/SerialSherlock (2010)· Mark Gatiss (co-creator)
2013Writer's AwardBroadcasting Press Guild AwardsDoctor Who (2005)
2013HugoHugo AwardsBest Dramatic Presentation - Short FormDoctor Who (2005)· Nick Hurran (director)
2013HugoHugo AwardsBest Dramatic Presentation - Short FormDoctor Who (2005)· Nick Hurran (director)
2013HugoHugo AwardsBest Dramatic Presentation - Short FormDoctor Who (2005)· Saul Metzstein (director)
2013PGA AwardPGA AwardsOutstanding Producer of Long-Form TelevisionSherlock (2010)· Mark Gatiss
· Beryl Vertue
· Sue Vertue
2012AnnieAnnie AwardsWriting in a Feature ProductionThe Adventures of Tintin (2011)· Edgar Wright
· Joe Cornish
2012HugoHugo AwardsBest Dramatic Presentation - Short FormDoctor Who (2005)· Peter Hoar (director)
2012National Television AwardNational Television Awards, UKMost Popular Drama SeriesDoctor Who (2005)
2012RTS Television AwardRoyal Television Society, UKBest Writer - DramaDoctor Who (2005)
2012TRIC AwardTelevision and Radio Industries Club AwardsTV Crime Programme of the YearSherlock (2010)· Mark Gatiss
2012Writers' Guild of Great Britain AwardWriters' Guild of Great BritainBest Television Short-Form DramaSherlock (2010)· Mark Gatiss
· Steve Thompson
2012Primetime EmmyPrimetime Emmy AwardsOutstanding Writing for a Miniseries, Movie or a Dramatic SpecialSherlock (2010)
2012Primetime EmmyPrimetime Emmy AwardsOutstanding Miniseries or MovieSherlock (2010)· Beryl Vertue (executive producer)
· Mark Gatiss (executive producer)
· Rebecca Eaton (executive producer for Masterpiece)
· Bethan Jones (executive producer for BBC)
· Sue Vertue (producer)
2011Saturn AwardAcademy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USABest Television PresentationSherlock (2010)· Mark Gatiss
2011Writer's AwardBroadcasting Press Guild AwardsSherlock (2010)· Mark Gatiss
· Steve Thompson
2011Broadcasting Press Guild AwardBroadcasting Press Guild AwardsBest Drama SeriesSherlock (2010)· Mark Gatiss
2011HugoHugo AwardsBest Dramatic Presentation - Short FormDoctor Who (2005)· Toby Haynes (director)
2011National Television AwardNational Television Awards, UKMost Popular DramaDoctor Who (2005)
2011National Television AwardNational Television Awards, UKMost Popular DramaSherlock (2010)· Mark Gatiss
2011Satellite AwardSatellite AwardsBest Screenplay, AdaptedThe Adventures of Tintin (2011)· Joe Cornish
· Edgar Wright
2011TRIC AwardTelevision and Radio Industries Club AwardsTV Drama Programme of the YearSherlock (2010)· Mark Gatiss
2011Writers' Guild of Great Britain AwardWriters' Guild of Great BritainBest Television Short-Form DramaSherlock (2010)· Mark Gatiss
· Steve Thompson
2011Writers' Guild of Great Britain AwardWriters' Guild of Great BritainBest Television Drama SeriesDoctor Who (2005)· Richard Curtis
· Steve Thompson
· Gareth Roberts
· Neil Gaiman
· Matthew Graham
2011Primetime EmmyPrimetime Emmy AwardsOutstanding Writing for a Miniseries, Movie or a Dramatic SpecialSherlock (2010)
2010Writers' Guild of Great Britain AwardWriters' Guild of Great BritainTelevision Drama SeriesDoctor Who (2005)· Toby Whithouse
· Simon Nye
· Mark Gatiss
· Chris Chibnall
2009HugoHugo AwardsBest Dramatic Presentation - Short FormDoctor Who (2005)· Euros Lyn (director)
2008BAFTA Scotland AwardBAFTA Awards, ScotlandBest Writer - Film/TelevisionDoctor Who (2005)
2008Nebula AwardScience Fiction and Fantasy Writers of AmericaBest ScriptDoctor Who (2005)
1992BAFTA TV AwardBAFTA AwardsBest Children's Programme (Fiction)Press Gang (1989)· Sandra C. Hastie


Filmography

Writer

Writer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Chalk1997TV Series written by - 12 episodes
The Office1996TV Movie
Joking Apart1991-1995TV Series written by - 13 episodes
Press Gang1989-1993TV Series written by - 43 episodes
Exam Conditions1992TV Movie
Stay Lucky1990TV Series writer - 1 episode
Jekyllannounced
SherlockTV Series written by - 9 episodes, 2010 - 2017 created by - 5 episodes, 2014 - 2017 co-created with - 3 episodes, 2010 - 2014 creator - 2 episodes, 2010 co-created by - 1 episode, 2012
Doctor WhoTV Series 14 episodes, 2012 - 2016 written by - 46 episodes, 2005 - 2017 additional dialogue - 1 episode, 2010 story "What I Did on My Christmas Holidays by Sally Sparrow" - 1 episode, 2007
The Last Day2013/IVShort
BBC PromsTV Series lead writer - 1 episode, 2013 writer - 1 episode, 2013
Night and the Doctor2011TV Mini-Series short by - 5 episodes
The Adventures of Tintin2011screenplay
Doctor Who: Space and Time2011TV Short written by
The National Television Awards 20112011TV Special written by - Doctor Who pre-title film
Meanwhile in the TARDIS, Part 12010Video
Meanwhile in the TARDIS, Part 22010Video
BBC Proms2010TV Series Doctor Who scene - 1 episode
Coupling2007-2008TV Series original scenario - 10 episodes
Jekyll2007TV Mini-Series written by - 6 episodes
Coupling2000-2004TV Series written by - 28 episodes
CouplingTV Series 5 episodes, 2003 creator - 1 episode, 2003 writer - 1 episode, 2003
Privates1999TV Series written by - 1 episode
Murder Most Horrid1994-1999TV Series writer - 3 episodes
Comic Relief: Doctor Who - The Curse of Fatal Death1999TV Short

Producer

Producer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Jekyllexecutive producer announced
Sherlock2010-2017TV Series executive producer - 13 episodes
Doctor WhoTV Series executive producer - 77 episodes, 2010 - 2017 producer - 1 episode, 2013
Class2016TV Series executive producer - 8 episodes
Doctor Who Extra2014TV Series documentary executive producer
The Five(ish) Doctors Reboot2013TV Movie executive producer
William Hartnell: The Original2013TV Short documentary executive producer
An Adventure in Space and Time2013TV Movie executive producer
BBC Proms2013TV Series executive producer - 1 episode
Doctor Who: Good as Gold2012TV Short executive producer
Doctor Who: The Adventure Games - The Gunpowder Plot2011Video Game executive producer
Doctor Who Confidential2009-2011TV Series documentary executive producer - 29 episodes
Doctor Who: Space and Time2011TV Short executive producer
Meanwhile in the TARDIS, Part 12010Video executive producer - uncredited
Meanwhile in the TARDIS, Part 22010Video executive producer - uncredited
BBC Proms2010TV Series executive producer - 1 episode
Doctor Who: The Adventure Games - TARDIS2010Video Game executive producer
Doctor Who: The Adventure Games - Blood of the Cybermen2010Video Game executive producer
Doctor Who: The Adventure Games - City of the Daleks2010Video Game executive producer
Jekyll2007TV Mini-Series executive producer - 6 episodes
Coupling2003TV Series executive producer - 1 episode
Chalk1997TV Series associate producer - 12 episodes

Miscellaneous

Miscellaneous

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Doctor Who2010-2014TV Series showrunner - 57 episodes
Meanwhile in the TARDIS, Part 12010Video showrunner - uncredited
Meanwhile in the TARDIS, Part 22010Video showrunner - uncredited
Office Gossip2001TV Series script editor - 6 episodes

Actor

Actor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Five(ish) Doctors Reboot2013TV MovieSteven Moffat

Thanks

Thanks

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Doctor Who: Earth Conquest - The World Tour2014TV Movie documentary with special thanks to
Doctor Who: The Ultimate Guide2010TV Movie documentary special thanks

Self

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The 68th Primetime Emmy Awards2016TV SpecialHimself
Doctor Who: The Fan Show2016TV Series documentaryHimself
Doctor Who Extra2014-2015TV Series documentaryHimself
The 66th Primetime Emmy Awards2014TV SpecialHimself - Winner: Outstanding Writing for a Miniseries, Movie or a Dramatic Special
Blue Peter2014TV SeriesHimself - Competition Judge
Doctor Who: Earth Conquest - The World Tour2014TV Movie documentaryHimself - Lead Writer / Executive Producer
Doctor Who: The Ultimate Companion2014TV MovieHimself - Show Runner
The Real History of Science Fiction2014TV Mini-Series documentaryHimself
Sherlock: L'Enquête2014TV Movie documentaryHimself
Doctor Who 50th Anniversary Live Pre-Show2013TV MovieHimself
Doctor Who Live: The Afterparty2013TV Movie documentaryHimself
The One Show2013TV SeriesHimself
Doctor Who: The Ultimate Guide2013TV Movie documentaryHimself
Doctor Who: The Doctors Revisited2013TV Mini-Series documentaryHimself
Doctor Who Explained2013TV MovieHimself
Doctor Who at the Proms2013TV MovieHimself
BBC Proms2013TV SeriesHimself - Lead Writer & Executive Producer
Doctor Who Live: The Next Doctor2013TV MovieHimself
NerdHQ2013TV SeriesHimself / Himself - Panelist
Doctor Who: The Companions2013TV Movie documentaryHimself
Doctor Who in America2012Himself - Show Runner
Doctor Who in the U.S.2012TV Movie documentaryHimself
Chris Hardwick's All-Star Celebrity Bowling2012TV SeriesHimself
The Timey-Wimey of Doctor Who2012TV Movie documentaryHimself
The Women of Doctor Who2012TV Movie documentaryHimself
The Science of Doctor Who2012TV Movie documentaryHimself
La Nuit Doctor Who2012TV Mini-Series documentary
Sherlock Uncovered2012TV MovieHimself
The Big Picture2011TV SeriesHimself - Writer
Doctor Who Confidential2005-2011TV Series documentaryHimself / Himself - Head Writer
Breakfast2010-2011TV SeriesHimself - Writer & Executive producer, Dr. Who / Himself - Executive Producer, 'Dr. Who'
Come in Number Five2011Video documentaryHimself
J'irai loler sur vos tombes2011TV SeriesHimself
BBC Proms2010TV SeriesHimself
Doctor Who: The Ultimate Guide2010TV Movie documentaryHimself
Torchwood: Inside the Hub2009TV Movie documentaryHimself
2005 TV Moments2005TV MovieHimself
Waking the Dead2005Video documentary shortHimself
Paris in the Springtime2005VideoHimself
Imagine2003TV Series documentaryHimself
Putting the Shock Into 'Earthshock'2003Video documentary shortHimself

Archive Footage

Archive Footage

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Big Picture2011TV SeriesHimself - Screenwriter

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