Damon came from a background in documentaries, going on to direct high profile dramas including two series of Sky Atlantic and Showtime's Penny Dreadful, and new drama Riviera for Sky Atlantic.
Damon directed two brilliant low budget dramas for BBC 4, both in partnership with Mark Gatiss: Crooked House with Tiger Aspect Productions and The First Men In The Moon - which he also produced through his own partnership company with Mark Gatiss; Can Do Productions.
Damon also directed Dirk Gently for ITV Productions /Welded Tandem and BBC 4; a pilot based on the Douglas Adams book, adapted by Howard Overman and starring Stephen Mangan. His other drama credits include Prisoners Wives - an original for Tiger Aspect/BBC 1 - and Monroe, starring James Nesbitt, for Mammoth/ITV 1, Lightfields for ITV1, and the second series of In the Flesh for the BBC. Most recently he directed Killing Eve, and returned to Series 2 as lead director and executive producer.
A security operative hunts for an assassin. Based on the Villanelle novellas by Luke Jennings.
Third series of the popular drama