Other credits include writing Additional Interview Questions for Stewart Lee's Comedy Vehicle (Series 2) as well as the Armando Iannucci-created series Time Trumpet and Armando Iannucci's Charm Offensive. He is also creator of 'iGod' - an apocalyptic Radio 4 comedy series starring David Soul and Simon Day.
In 2010, he wrote and directed the short film, 'Bistro'. The film stars Peter Capaldi and Alex Macqueen. He won Soho House's international 'Electric Shorts' competition and was selected as a judge for the 2012 prize.
He was researcher on Iannucci's Oscar-nominated film In The Loop. During a trip to Washington, he and Iannucci reportedly managed to get into the US State Department using their BBC passes, prompting acting spokesman Robert Wood to later issue a statement  and the State Department to conduct "a complete review of their security procedures".
- Sean Gray at the Internet Movie Database
- iGod review - The Guardian
- - Agent CV
- Evening Standard Londoner's Diary - Peter Capaldi Gets Shorty
- - 'Bistro' on Vimeo
- - Stewart V Armando Interviews
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