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Keith R Lindsay

Wednesday, 20 February 2008 16:14

Script writer and story editor on productions as diverse as Birds of a Feather and Crossroads ...


A member of the British Society of Comedy Writers, whose aim is to provide highly trained writers to the highest the comedy light entertainment, Keith Lindsay has written for television, the stage, and film both in the UK and abroad.

After writing stand-up material for the likes of Frankie Howerd and Rik Mayall in the early stages of his career, from 1988 until 1991 he was put under contract to Laurence Marks and Maurice Gran's Alomo Productions and involved in the American-style, team-writing on the award-winning sitcoms Love Hurts and Birds of a Feather to which he contributed story-lines during its second and third series.

While providing material for Hale and Pace and The Freddie Starr Show during the early 1990s, he developed sitcoms for Spanish and Dutch television channels, then spent the remainder of the decade contributing to The Jacques Vermiere Show in Belgium and a comedy drama for Germany.

From July 2001 to January 2002 he was a story-liner on the re-launched Crossroads, featuring what is believed to be the first ever soap story-line involving a crypt.

For further details on the British Society of Comedy Writers visit their website at http://www.bscw.co.uk


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