|Occupation||Egyptian-born British television producer|
|Years active||1999 to the present|
|Known for||his independent production company Roughcut TV|
Ash Atalla (born 18 June 1972) is an Egyptian-born British television producer responsible for producing several British TV series such as The IT Crowd (in which he has cameoed), The Office and Man Stroke Woman. He has also made cameo appearances in productions such as Ricky Gervais' Politics.
Atalla made his first appearance on TV in 1999 when he co-presented a Channel 4 series on disability, Freak Out. In 2007, Atalla set up Roughcut TV, an independent production company. Atalla and Roughcut produced Trinity for ITV2 in 2008. Roughcut TV has since produced multiple shows for all the UK's major broadcasters, including Trollied (Sky 1), Cuckoo (BBC Three), World's Craziest Fools - Starring Mr. T (BBC Three), Anna & Katy (Channel 4), People Just Do Nothing (BBC Three), Mad Mad World (ITV 1) and Top Coppers (BBC Three). Roughcut also released its first iOS app in January 2013 - The Official Mr. T app.
- "Birthdays". The Guardian. 18 June 2014. p. 41.
- Holmwood, Leigh (2008-07-15). "ITV2 plans 'sex, drugs and murder' drama to follow Billie Piper hit series". Guardian Media Group. Retrieved 2012-10-17.
- This Week, 4 July 2013
- "Interview: Ash Atalla, producer, The Office (Evening Standard) by David Rowan, 2004-02-11". Archived from the original on 2011-07-16. Retrieved 2007-06-05.
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