George Gallaccio (born 23 December 1938) is a British television producer, whose most prominent work was for the BBC on the detective drama series Miss Marple, based on the novels by Agatha Christie, and as the final producer of Bergerac.
He began his career at the BBC in the early-1970s. He was the production assistant on Moonbase 3 (1973), which was created by the Doctor Who production team of Barry Letts and Terrance Dicks. He also worked as a production unit manager (PUM), in charge of the budgets on a given production. In this capacity he worked on Doctor Who between 1974 and 1976, as well as the BBC's adaptations of David Copperfield (1974-75) and Anna Karenina (1977).
He worked as a drama producer for the first time on the six-part serial The Legend of Robin Hood (1975), and later produced two for BBC Scotland, the supernatural series The Omega Factor (1979) and the Andrea Newman serial Mackenzie (1980). He was also offered the job of producer on Doctor Who by BBC Drama's Head of Series & Serials Graeme MacDonald as the replacement for Graham Williams, but turned the role down as he wished to move away from science-fiction. Between 1988 and 1991, he served as the final producer of the detective drama set in Jersey, Bergerac. He produced several Miss Marple dramas between 1985 and 1992.
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