Work

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Full credits

TV

  • Comic Relief 2017: Hecklers Anonymous
    BBC Productions, BBC2, Short Film, 2017
    (Actor, Writer)
    Writing and starring in the short film 'Hecklers Anonymous', featuring Rebecca Front, Russell Brand and Frankie Boyle.
  • Simon's Cat
    Tiger Aspect, Development, 2017
    (Writer)
    Development of an animation series based on the viral phenomenon and book series.
  • Tracey Ullman's Show (Series 2)
    BBC Productions, BBC1 / HBO, 2017
    (Actor, Writer)
    Sketch comedy from the legendary Tracey Ullman, returning to the British TV after 25 years in America.
  • You Won't Believe...
    Spelthorne Community Television, BBC, Development, 2017
    (Writer)
    Sitcom pilot in development for BBC Comedy.
  • Murder in Successville (Series 3)
    Tiger Aspect, BBC3, 2017
    (Writer)
    Writing a special Victorian episode for series 3 of the semi-improvised comedy, set in a town inhabited by famous folk.
  • All Over The Place: Asia
    BBC Productions, CBBC, 2016
    (Writer)
    Ed Petrie and Co explore the world's weirdest and most wonderful places. This series the gang travel across Asia.
  • Yonderland (Series 3)
    Working Title, Sky 1, 2016
    (Actor, Writer, Associate Producer)
    Hit fantasy sitcom. A bored Birmingham mother learns that she is fated to save the fantasy world in her kitchen cupboard.
  • Tracey Ullman's Show (Series 1)
    BBC Productions, BBC1 / HBO, 2016
    (Actor, Writer)
    Sketch comedy from the legendary Tracey Ullman, returning to the British TV after 25 years in America.
  • Orphans
    Avalon, Pilot script, 2015
    (Script Editor)
    Script editing for a sitcom in development from comedy trio Foil, Arms & Hog.
  • Yonderland (Series 2)
    Working Title, Sky 1, 2015
    (Actor, Writer, Associate Producer)
    Hit fantasy sitcom. A bored Birmingham mother learns that she is fated to save the fantasy world in her kitchen cupboard.
  • Duty Calls
    Big Talk, Development, 2015
    (Writer)
    Development of original situation comedy
  • Murder in Successville (Pilot)
    Tiger Aspect, BBC Three, 2015
    (Writer)
    Semi-improvised comedy, set in a town inhabited only by famous folk. Larry penned an iteration of the pilot script.
  • All Over The Place: Europe
    BBC Productions, CBBC, 2015
    (Writer)
    Ed Petrie and friends explore Europe's weirdest and most wonderful places.
  • All Over The Place: Australia
    BBC Productions, CBBC, 2014
    (Writer)
    Ed Petrie and friends explore Australia's weirdest and most wonderful places.
  • Crackanory
    Tiger Aspect, Dave, 2013
    (Writer)
    A comic storytelling television series, inspired by the popular children's series Jackanory, but aimed squarely at adults.
  • Yonderland (Series 1)
    Working Title, Sky 1, 2013
    (Actor, Writer, Associate Producer)
    Hit fantasy sitcom. A bored Birmingham mother learns that she is fated to save the fantasy world in her kitchen cupboard.
  • Watson & Oliver (Series 2)
    BBC Productions, BBC2, 2013
    (Writer)
    Sketch show starring Fringe favourites Lorna Watson (The Wrong Door) and Ingrid Oliver (Doctor Who).
  • Anna & Katy
    Roughcut, Channel 4, 2013
    (Actor, Writer, Script Editor)
    Sketch comedy from acclaimed double act Anna Crilly (Lead Balloon) and Katy Wix (Not Going Out).
  • All Over The Place: USA
    BBC Productions, CBBC, 2013
    (Writer)
    Ed Petrie and friends explore America's weirdest and most wonderful places.
  • Fit
    Citrus Television, CBBC, 2013
    (Writer)
    CBBC Sketch Show, from the makers of Horrible Histories, exploring health, fitness and sport.
  • Peter Rabbit
    Silvergate / Nickleodeon, CBBC / BBC1, 2012
    (Writer)
    CGI animated television series based on the characters from the Beatrix Potter children's books.
  • Psychob*tches
    Tiger Aspect, Sky Arts, (Playhouse Presents), 2012
    (Writer)
    Innovative sketch show in which famous women from history and fiction go into therapy.
  • Very Important People (Pilot)
    Running Bare, Channel 4, 2012
    (Writer)
    Six-part sketch show starring Morgana Robinson.
  • Watson & Oliver (Series 1)
    BBC Productions, BBC2, 2012
    (Writer)
    Sketch show starring Fringe favourites Lorna Watson and Ingrid Oliver.
  • The Diamond Jubilee
    Citrus Productions, BBC1, Sketch content, 2012
    (Actor, Writer)
    A specially commissioned sketch, written and performed by Larry as 'Bob Hale', explains the Horrible History of the River Thames.
  • All Over The Place (Series 2)
    BBC Productions, CBBC, 2012
    (Writer)
    Ed Petrie and co explore more of Britain's weirdest and most wonderful places.
  • The Impressions Show (Series 3)
    BBC Productions, BBC1, 2011
    (Writer)
    Comedy sketch show starring impressionists Jon Culshaw and Debra Stephenson.
  • Horrible Histories Big Prom Party
    Citrus, CBBC / BBC Radio 3, 2011
    (Actor, Writer)
    Live concert at the Royal Albert Hall, showcasing original songs from Horrible Histories, alongside classical music.
  • Horrible Histories with Stephen Fry
    Lion / Citrus Television, BBC1, 2011
    (Actor, Writer)
    A six-part re-version of the hit children's sketch comedy Horrible Histories for an adult audience.
  • Horrible Histories (Series 3)
    Lion / Citrus Television, CBBC / BBC1, 2011
    (Actor, Writer)
    Series 3 was broadcast in 2011, winning the first of two consecutive British Comedy Awards.
  • Me and My Monsters (Series 2)
    Jim Henson / Tiger Aspect, CBBC, 2011
    (Writer)
    Children's comedy television program from The Jim Henson Company, combining live action and puppetry.
  • Dirty, Sexy, Funny
    Tiger Aspect, Comedy Central, 2011
    (Writer)
    Daring hidden camera show starring Olivia Lee.
  • All Over The Place (Series 1)
    BBC Productions, CBBC, 2011
    (Writer)
    Ed Petrie and friends explore Britain's weirdest and most wonderful places.
  • Dick and Dom's Funny Business
    BBC Productions, CBBC / BBC2, 2011
    (Actor, Writer)
    Comedy series hosted by popular presenting duo Richard McCourt and Dominic Wood (Dick and Dom).
  • Unconceived
    Kudos / Brown Eyed Boy, Development, 2011
    (Writer)
    Sitcom in development about a young woman at one of life's junctions.
  • Horrible Histories: Gory Games
    Citrus TV / Lion TV, CBBC, 2011
    (Actor, Writer)
    Game show spin-off of hit children's sketch comedy Horrible Histories.
  • The Impressions Show (Series 2)
    BBC Production, BBC1, 2010
    (Writer)
    Comedy sketch show starring impressionists Jon Culshaw and Debra Stephenson.
  • How Not To Live Your Life (Series 3)
    Brown Eyed Boy, BBC Three, Additional Material, 2010
    (Writer)
    Sitcom, written by and starring Dan Clark, about a neurotic twenty-nine-year-old man who is trying to navigate his way through life.
  • The Stephen K Amos Show
    BBC Productions, BBC, 2010
    (Actor, Writer)
    Comedy show featuring stand-up and sketches from some of the UK's finest, rising comedy talent.
  • The Armstrong & Miller Show (Series 3)
    Hat Trick Productions, BBC1, 2010
    (Writer)
    Sketch show starring the double act Alexander Armstrong and Ben Miller.
  • Me and My Monsters (Series 1)
    Jim Henson / Tiger Aspect, CBBC, 2010
    (Writer)
    Children's comedy television program from The Jim Henson Company, combining live action and puppetry.
  • Beat The Internet
    Princess Productions, BBC Three, Live Pilot, 2010
    (Writer)
    Competitive comedy game show hosted by Charlie Baker.
  • Horrible Histories (Series 2)
    Lion / Citrus Television, CBBC / BBC1, 2010
    (Actor, Writer)
    Second series of the hit historically accurate sketch show. First broadcast in 2010.
  • A Question of Sport Relief
    BBC Productions, BBC1, 2010
    (Writer)
    A special episode of the sport panel show for Sport Relief.
  • All Star Mr & Mrs
    Celador, ITV, 2010
    (Writer)
    British gameshow where celebrities and their real-life partners compete to win money for charity.
  • The Revenge of Gavin Dicks
    BBC Productions, Development, 2010
    (Writer)
    Sitcom in development about a serial underachiever who decides his time has come.
  • Hedz
    BBC Scotland, CBBC , 2010
    (Writer)
    Satirical show for children, parodying various celebrities and politicians.
  • Speechless
    Kudos, Development, 2010
    (Writer)
    Silent Sketch developed for Kudos productions.
  • The Reginald D Hunter Show
    Angel Eye, BBC Online, 2010
    (Writer)
    Comedian Reginald D Hunter explores the intricacies of modern British life.
  • Copycats
    BBC Scotland, CBBC, 2010
    (Writer, Script Editor)
    Children's game show presented by Sam Nixon and Mark Rhodes.
  • Children in Need
    BBC Productions, BBC1, 2009
    (Writer)
    Comedy content for the long established televised charity event.
  • The Impressions Show (Series 1)
    BBC Productions, BBC1, 2009
    (Writer)
    Comedy sketch show starring impressionists Jon Culshaw and Debra Stephenson.
  • The Armstrong & Miller Show (Series 2)
    Hat Trick Productions, BBC1, 2009
    (Writer)
    Sketch show starring comedy double act Alexander Armstrong and Ben Miller.
  • Horrible Histories (Series 1)
    Lion Television, CBBC / BBC1, 2009
    (Actor, Writer)
    The hysterical historical sketch show, which won two British Comedy Awards and a (record-breaking) four successive Childrens BAFTAs.
  • Ed & Oucho’s Excellent Inventions
    BBC Scotland, CBBC, 2009
    (Writer)
    Children's TV show presented by Ed Petrie and his thorny sidekick.
  • Animals
    BBC Productions, BBC, Development of CBBC comedy series, 2009
    (Writer)
    Development of CBBC comedy series
  • Starspotters
    BBC Productions, BBC, Development, 2009
    (Writer)
    Development of CBBC comedy format.
  • Comedy Roasts
    Monkey Kingdom, Channel 4, Development, 2009
    (Writer)
    Development for a UK re-version of the infamous US format.
  • Gordon Ramsay: Cookalong Live
    One Potato Two Potato, Channel 4, 2008
    (Writer)
    Live British cooking show, hosted by firebrand chef Gordon Ramsay.
  • Balls of Steel (Series 3)
    Objective, Channel 4, 2008
    (Actor, Writer)
    Daring hidden camera show, in which Larry played dreadful football referee 'The Bastard in Black'.
  • The Charlotte Church Show (Series 3)
    Monkey Kingdom, Channel 4, 2008
    (Writer)
    Entertainment chat show presented by Welsh singer Charlotte Church.
  • The Mighty Sprouts
    The Walt Disney Company, Disney Channel, 2008
    (Writer)
    Recycling themed live action series for a pre-school audience.
  • Home
    Assembly / Baby Cow, Development, 2008
    (Writer)
    Development of original comedy-drama series.
  • Brain Thrust Mystery
    Spin TV, MTV, 2008
    (Writer)
    Comedy pilot starring US rock group 'We Are Scientists'.
  • Fonejacker (Christmas Special)
    Hat Trick, E4, Additonal Material, 2007
    (Writer)
    Television comedy based around prank calls from characters played by Kayvan Novak.
  • The Charlotte Church Show (Series 2)
    Monkey Kingdom, Channel 4, 2007
    (Writer)
    Entertainment chat show presented by Welsh singer Charlotte Church.
  • What Are The Chances of That Happening (Pilot)
    Avalon, ITV1, 2007
    (Actor, Writer)
    Hidden Camera show, hosted by Harry Hill.
  • Fist of Zen
    Monkey Kingdom, MTV, 2007
    (Writer)
    Reality game show in which contestants must remain silent through a series of "zen rituals".
  • All Star Wind Ups
    Whizz Kid, ITV, 2007
    (Actor, Writer)
    Hidden camera show pranking unsuspecting celebrities.
  • Popcorn
    Celador, Sky 1, 2006
    (Writer)
    Pilot of movie-themed entertainment and quiz show.
  • Weakest Link
    BBC Productions, BBC2, 2006
    (Writer)
    The famously mean spirited gameshow, hosted by Anne Robinson.
  • Christian O’Connell's Sunday Service
    Radar, Sky 1, 2006
    (Writer)
    Sunday evening entertainment show hosted by the popular radio DJ
  • Movie Lounge
    Monkey Kingdom, Channel 5, 2006
    (Writer)
    Movie review show.
  • Parties
    Celador, Development, 2006
    (Writer)
    Development of original comedy format set at a British university.
  • What Are You Talking About Willis? (Pilot)
    Monkey Kingdom, 2006
    (Writer)
    Panel show format.
  • Private Lives (Comedy Lab)
    Tiger Aspect, Channel 4, 2004
    (Actor, Writer)
    Mocked up 'video diary' sketch show, co-written and performed by Larry.

Film

  • Paddington 2
    Studio Canal, 2016
    (Additional Material)
    Writers Room collaboration on the 'Paddington' sequel script by Simon Farnaby & Paul King
  • Animated Feature (TBA)
    Aardman, Commissioned feature script in development, 2016
    (Writer)
    A new animated feature, co-written with Ben Willbond. Further details are yet to be announced.
  • Comedy Feature (TBA)
    BBC Films, Commissioned feature script in development, 2015
    (Writer)
    A new comedy feature, co-written with Ben Willbond. Further details are yet to be announced.
  • Bill
    BBC Films / BFI / Punk Cinema / Cowboy Films, 2015
    (Actor, Writer)
    Multi-character comedy film about Shakespeare's missing years. Starring and co-written by Larry.