Ed Bye

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Ed Bye
Born Edward Richard Morrison Bye
(1955-06-12) 12 June 1955 (age 63)
Hammersmith, London, England, UK
Nationality British
Education Mount House School
Occupation Television and film director
Television and film producer
Spouse(s) Ruby Wax
Children 3

Edward Richard Morrison Bye (born 12 June 1955)[1] is a British film and TV producer and director.

The son of Col Francis Clifford Edward Bye,[2] Ed Bye attended Mount House School, now known as Mount Kelly, Tavistock, Devon, in the late 1960s, where he was known as a swimmer.[citation needed]

He is married to Ruby Wax and has three children. His sister, Julia (d. 2009), was married to the 6th Lord Garvagh.[3][4]

In 2011, he co-founded the production company Tall TV with Tim Dawson and Susan Nickson.[5]

Filmography[edit]

Director[edit]

  • Vicious (2013–2015) – 2 series
  • Coming of Age (2011) – Series 3 (8 episodes)
  • My Family (2009–2011) – 2009 Christmas special and Series 10
  • After You've Gone (2007 Christmas special) – TV episode
  • Home Again (2006) – TV series
  • Foley & McColl: This Way Up (2005) – TV pilot episode
  • Absolutely Fabulous (2004; episode 9) – TV episode
  • Fat Slags (2004) – feature film
  • Celeb (2002) – TV series
  • French & Saunders: Celebrity Christmas Puddings (2002) - TV special
  • French & Saunders: The Egg (2002) - TV special
  • Lenny Henry in Pieces (2001 special; 2002) - TV special and series
  • French & Saunders Live (2000) - video
  • Kevin & Perry Go Large (2000) - feature film
  • Can't Smeg, Won't Smeg (1998) - TV special
  • Red Dwarf: A-Z (1998) - TV special
  • Bottom Live 3: Hooligan's Island (1997) - video
  • Ruby (1997-2000) - TV series
  • Eddie Izzard: Definite Article (1996) - video
  • Jack and Jeremy's Police 4 (1995) - TV comedy
  • Red Dwarf: Smeg Outs (1995) - video
  • Carrott U Like (1994) - TV comedy
  • The Detectives (1993-1997) - TV series
  • Mama's Back! (1993) - TV comedy
  • The 10%ers (1993) - TV series
  • Bottom (1991-1992) - TV series
  • The Full Wax (1991-1993) - TV series
  • Canned Carrott (1990-1992) - TV series
  • Red Dwarf (1988-1991 series I-IV; 1997-1999 series VII-VIII) - TV series
  • Craig Goes Mad in Melbourne (1988) - TV series
  • Filthy Rich & Catflap (1987) - TV series
  • Girls on Top (1985-1986) - TV series

Producer[edit]

  • Celeb (2002) - TV series
  • Can't Smeg, Won't Smeg (1998) - TV special
  • Red Dwarf: A-Z (1998) - TV special
  • Red Dwarf (1997-1999 series VII-VIII) - TV series
  • How To Be A Little Sod (1995) - TV series (Executive Producer)
  • Red Dwarf: Smeg Outs (1995) - video
  • Carrott U Like (1994) - TV comedy
  • The Detectives (1993-1997) - TV series
  • The 10%ers (1993) - TV series
  • Bottom (1991-1992) - TV series
  • The Full Wax (1991-1993) - TV series
  • Canned Carrott (1990-1992) - TV series
  • Craig Goes Mad in Melbourne (1988) - TV series
  • Spider Plant Man. Comic relief special with Tony Robinson, Jim Broadbent and Rowan Atkinson. SPFX by the Farm, Andy Hay and Steve Deakin-Davies.

Miscellaneous[edit]

  • Lenny Henry in Pieces (2001 special; 2002) - TV special and series (Writer)
  • Jack and Jeremy's Real Lives (1996) - TV series (Script Supervisor)
  • The Young Ones (1982-1984) - TV series (Production Manager)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Births England and Wales 1837-2006
  2. ^ Burke's Peerage, Baronetage and Knightage 2003 volume 2, page 1528
  3. ^ Burke's Peerage, Baronetage and Knightage 2003 volume 2, page 1528
  4. ^ http://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/101363/Ruby-Wax-s-family-devastated-after-tragic-rail-accident
  5. ^ http://www.reddwarf.co.uk/news/2011/05/13/eds-got-company

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