Paul Duddridge

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Paul Duddridge (born 30 November 1966) is a writer, theatrical agent, TV producer and TV presenter born in Cardiff Wales and was educated at Radyr Comprehensive School.

Author of Ever Dated a Psycho?: You Don't Have to Be Mad to Terrify a Loved One - But It Helps (2006)

As an agent Duddridge represented (among others) Phill Jupitus, Rob Brydon, Alistair Mcgowan, Paul McKenna and Michael McIntyre. Retiring from theatrical representation in 2007 he moved to the US to write and produce TV and film. He founded Marmont Films in 2007.

Duddridge founded the London based production company "Jones The Film" in 2003. He directed, produced and wrote critically acclaimed television shows such as "Annually Retentive" for the BBC and "Director's Commentary" for ITV1. Other credits include two series of "The Keith Barret Show, "Keith Barret Live" and "Solidarity".

Paul is currently in pre-production on the feature film "Size Zero" and is now filming the feature documentary "A Film About Races" in Los Angeles.

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