Rupert is a producer of live, online and TV comedy.
For TV, he has produced the critically acclaimed BBC Three series Pls Like starring Liam Williams and Tim Key, and Nick Helm's Heavy Entertainment for BBC Three. Rupert is currently developing a number of original TV comedies at Left Bank Pictures where he works as a producer.
Alongside his impressive television credits, Rupert has also created YouTube Channel and website mrbox.tv. Independently launched in 2014, mr box provides a platform for comedians to create and broadcast their own sketches and podcasts (including Hip Hop Saved My Life with Romesh Ranganathan).
On the live side Rupert runs the hugely successful Knock2Bag night which runs regular mixed bill nights at venues across London.
Channel 4 comedy blap about a father, daughter, and their home-weaponised buggy on a road to vengeance.
Tom Davis sitcom based around the life of a man who becomes famous online after the event of him being dumped by his girlfriend on Facebook goes viral.
Mockumentary following unlikely victor and struggling comedian Liam Williams, who must undertake a series of challenges in order to win a £10,000 prize.
Non TX pilot in development with Cardinal Burns
Non TX taster in development with Edinburgh Comedy Award winning comedian John Kearns
Award-winning comedian Nick Helm presents a helter-skelter ride of songs, sketches, jokes, poetry, fireworks, stunts, dance, and whatever else he can muster.
Flat TV is a double-act sitcom starring Tom & Naz where two naive flatmates battle against the mundane reality of living together by imagining their boring lives through the prism of television.
Game show pilot with comedian Joe Lycett for BBC Three
A live 8-hour comedy marathon aired on BBC Three including simultaneous broadcasting online and on Red Button
Highlights and live shows from the Edinburgh Fringe.
Live comedy from the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
BBC3 Taster to show the best of the BBC comedy online.
Cardinal Burns Present Dean And Murf is a multi-character comedy from writer-performers Cardinal Burns playing a roll call of different characters
Broadcaster BBC Radio 2
Cariad Lloyd stars in a character-driven audience sketch
Broadcaster BBC Radio 4
Hip hop comedy radio show
Broadcaster BBC Radio 1
Character comedy from 2011 Edinburgh Award-winner Adam
Riches, featuring fast-paced offbeat sketches and audience interaction
Broadcaster BBC Radio 4
Monthly comedy gig for The Times newspaper.
Monthly live show at the MOTH.
Producing short form with upcoming and established talent.
YouTube channel making podcasts and short form.
Double Chortle Award winning live show.
BBC Comedy live show.
At the Bloomsbury Theatre