Kate
Crowe

Executive Producer for television

Kate has an excellent track record producing both comedy and drama. Her background is in development and script editing and her credits include Plus OneCutting It and the highly successful BAFTA-winning series Misfits for E4 and Clerkenwell Films.

Kate was Executive Producer on BBC1 and FX Series Taboo (starring Tom Hardy and Jessie Buckley) which aired in 2017. Having worked in-house as Executive Producer at Scott Free Productions for several years, Kate worked as Executive Producer on Steven Knight's A Christmas Carol for Scott Free, Hardy Baker and Son, FX and BBC1 which aired in December 2019. She also executive produced two productions for Snowed In including You Don’t Know Me for BBC One and Too Close (starring Emily Watson), both of which aired in 2021.

She is currently executive producing Great Expectations (written by Steven Knight and starring Olivia Colman) for FX and BBC1.

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Television

Executive Producer 

Snowed In for BBC
Writer Clara Salaman
Starring
  • Emily Watson
  • Snowed In for ITV
    Creator Steven Knight

    Drama

    Scott Free / Hardy Son and Baker/ FX Productions for BBC1, FX

    Producer 

    Writer Howard Overman
    Starring
  • Robert Sheehan
  • Nathan Stewart-Jarrett
  • Second series of the BAFTA Award winning drama
    Clerkenwell Films for E4
    Misfits: Series 1
    BAFTA 2010 - Best Drama Series
    6 x 60
    Director Tom Green & Tom Harper
    Writer Howard Overman
    Starring
  • Robert Sheehan
  • Nathan Stewart-Jarrett
  • Comedy drama series which follows a bunch of unruly teenagers on community service who develop strange powers.
    Clerkenwell Films for E4
    FM
    1 x 30'
    Director Elliot Hegarty
    Writer Ian Curtis and Oliver Lansley
    Starring
  • Chris O'Dowd
  • Kevin Bishop
  • Pilot for series following neurotic indie DJ Lindsay Carol and his co-workers at Skin FM as they face pushy band managers, diva behaviour and the 'perils of skinny jeans'.
    ITV Productions for ITV2
    Director Charles Palmer and Renny Rye
    Writer John Forte and Chris Lang
    Starring
  • Tamzin Outhwaite
  • Steve Waddington
  • Drama serie starring Tamzin Outhwaite as a supermarket check out operator who decides to become a doctor.
    Tiger Aspect Productions for ITV1
    Director Philip John
    Writer Debbie Horsfield
    Starring
  • Sarah Parish
  • Jason Merrells
  • Angela Griffin
  • Siân Reeves
  • Drama series following the traumatic life of hairdresser Allie Henshall, alongside her lovers, her rivals and her dysfunctional family.
    BBC for BBC1

    Script Editor 

    Tiger Aspect Productions for BBC
    Director Nick Green
    Starring
  • Steven Waddington
  • Silas Carson
  • Docudrama series looking at key moments in the lives and reputations of some of the greatest warriors of history.
    BBC
    Producer Murray Ferguson
    Director Susanna White
    Writer Andrew Davies
    Starring
  • Hugh Bonneville
  • Adaptation of George and Weedon Grossmith’s comic masterpiece. A series of monologues delivered straight to camera, in which the anachronism and immediacy of the modern medium is used to exploit the timeless nature of the material.
    Clerkenwell Films
    Plus One
    Series
    Kudos for Channel 4