Robert Evans

Series creator, actor and television writer.

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Biography

Rob is a BAFTA nominated TV writer and format creator who has multiple comedy and comedy-drama projects in development. In addition to writing several episodes of Ruth Jones’ award winning SKY comedy drama, Stella, across six seasons, he has also created and written several high profile, original series. 

These include; the BAFTA nominated, hit CBBC series, Sadie J (which was also a success around the globe - selling to over 25 countries worldwide, including the Starz Channel in the U.S); the Disney Channel U.K. series, So Sammy (co-created with Miranda Hart); the ITV1 series, Edge of Heaven (produced by ‘Sherlock’ producer, Beryl Vertue) and the forthcoming S4C series, Lollipop

Robert is currently writing on Eastenders and developing a number of other original projects.

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TV

Writer & Creator

 

Original comedy drama about a recently divorced woman navigating her new life.

Baby Cow
In Development
 
Dick Diaries
1 x 30’
 

Original comedy pilot in development with Tiger Aspect.

Tiger Aspect
In Development
 
Feeder
1 x 30’
 

Original comedy pilot co-created with Jayde Adams for C4

King Bert for Channel 4
In Development
 
Lollipop
6 x 30'
 

Original comedy series commission. 

Boom Cymru for S4C
 
So Sammy
20 x 5'
Creator co -created with Miranda Hart
Producer Joanna Hanley
Director Matt Lipsey
Starring
  • Harley Bird
  •  

    Original comedy drama series about a tween vlogger co-created with Miranda Hart for Disney UK.

    King Bert Productions for Disney UK
     
    Producer Paul McKenzie, Simon Nelson & Gina Cronk
    Director Jonathan Gershfield
    Starring
  • Dominic Sherwood
  • Jessie Cave
  • Mel Giedroyc
  • Georgina Campbell
  •  

    Hit comedy series following thirteen year old Sadie Jones as she solves the problems of those around her, including her single dad.

    CBBC
     
    Producer Elaine Cameron & Paul McKenzie
    Director Jon Henderson & Sandy Johnson
    Starring
  • Michael Smiley
  • Camille Coduri
  • Blake Harrison
  •  

    New comedy drama series charting life at Margate’s finest (and indeed only) 1980s inspired B&B.

    Hartswood for ITV 1
     
    Cynthia
    3 x 15'
    Producer Gareth Gwenlan
    Director Gareth Gwenlan
    Starring
  • Johnny Tudor
  • Debbie Chazen
  •  

    Original mockumentary mini-series.

    BBC Wales for BBC1 Wales
     
    Producer Bethan Jones and Helen Raynor
    Director Rhys Powys
     

    Original comedy mini-series.

    BBC2 Wales
     

    Writer

    Eastenders
    1 x 30'
    Producer John Yorke
    Starring
  • Adam Woodyatt
  • Steve McFadden
  • Letitia Dean
  •  

    Serial drama following characters living in London's East End.

    BBC for BBC1
     
    Producer Steven Andrew
    Starring
  • Erica Brown
  • Ruby Kammer
  •  

    Children's series about a girl who moves into a new home and has to live with boys for the first time. 

    Zodiac for CBBC
     
    Producer Steven Andrew
    Director Matt Bloom
    Starring
  • Thomas Doherty
  • Sophie Simnett
  •  

    Children's series about teenage girl who moves with her father to her grandfather's hotel. 

    Zodiak/The Foundation for Disney
     
    Producer David Peet
    Starring
  • Ruth Jones
  • James Corden
  • Kenny Doughty
  •  

    Comedy about a single mum juggling the demands of life.

    Tidy Productions for Sky1
     
    Producer John Pocock
    Director Natalie Bailey
    Starring
  • Sheila Bernette
  • Gary Damer
  • Dominique Moore
  • Sam Phillips
  •  

    Children's series set in a chaotic hotel where everything seems to go wrong.

    CBBC for BBC1
     
    Director Ashley Way
    Starring
  • Di Botcher
  • Charles Dale
  • Donna Edwards
  • Eve Myles
  •  

    Drama series revolving around the Lewis family.

    BBC for BBC 1 Wales
     
    Producer Jonathan Phillips
    Director Simon Hynd
    Starring
  • Jennifer Black
  • Sebastian Charles
  • Nicola Duffell
  • Rory Elrick
  •  

    Comedy drama about a schoolboy turned private detective.

    CBBC for BBC1
     
    Producer Gareth Gwenlan
    Director Dewi Humphreys
    Starring
  • John Challis
  • Jack Doolan
  • Sue Holderness
  • Ivan Kaye
  •  

    Drama following a car salesman and his wife as they start a new life in a rambling farmhouse in Shropshire.

    Shazam Productions for BBC1
     
    Producer Sioned Wiliam, Steve Doherty
    Director Amy Neil
    Starring
  • Spencer Brown
  • Emma Kennedy
  •  

    Comedy following Welsh celebrity wannabe Rhian Davies as she auditions for Big Brother. 

    Boomerang for Channel 4
     
    Tonightly
    16 x 30'
    Producer Nathan Eastwood
    Director Tim Van Someren
    Starring
  • Paul Kaye
  • Jason Manford
  • Andi Osho
  • Mark Talbot
  •  

    Sketch writer on the popular comedy series.

    Objective Productions for Channel 4
     

    Performer

    Camp Gary 
    Director John Henderson & Sandy Johnson
     
    Hartswood for ITV
     
    Captain Skylo 
    Director Rebecca Gatwood, Chloe Thomas, Dez McCarthy
     
    BBC for CBBC
     
    Gwyn Thomas 
    Director Tony Dow
     
    Tidy Productions for Sky 1
     
    Phil Foskin 
    Director Sarah O'Gorman
     
    BBC for BBC 3
     
    Reporter 
    Director Griff Rowland
     
    BBC for BBC 1
     
    Norbert 
    Director Griff Rowland
     
    Boomerang for S4C
     
    Robin 
    Director Amy Neil
     
    Boomerang
     
    Gavin  
    Director Gareth Gwenlan
     
    BBC Wales for BBC 1
     
    Keith Webber 
    Director Gareth Gwenlan
     
    BBC Wales
     

    Creator & Writer

    Film

    Writer

    Snowfeather
    Television Film
     

    Original Christmas film.

    Boom Cymru / S4C
     
    Producer Peter Edwards
    Director Tony Forster
    Starring
  • Rob Brydon
  •  

    Short film. 

    ITV1 Wales
    Seraphim Pictures
     

    Radio

    Writer

    Belonging
    6 x 30'
    2008
    Starring
  • Charles Dale
  • Donna Edwards
  •  

    Radio spin-off of the popular television drama about the Lewis family.

    Production Company BBC Radio Wales
     

    Performer