Judd &

Simon and Alex are writers for television.

Simon Judd began his career with BBC Comedy, working on The Thick of It, Little Britain and Help! From there he went to Emmerdale where he worked on over 300 episodes both as a writer and script editor. Simon sold his first comedy script to the BBC before taking up his role as Development Executive for BBC Drama North, where he’s worked on 32 Brinkburn Street, The Preston Passion, The Secret of Crickley Hall, From Darkness, In the Dark and BBC3 multi-BAFTA winning drama In The Flesh, which he optioned, developed and script edited. 

Alex met Simon while working on Emmerdale during Alex's ten year award winning acting stint between the fictional villages of Hollyoaks and Hotten; in 2004 he was officially funnier than Shane Richie. Since leaving the nation's 3rd and 4th favourite serial dramas Alex has appeared in shows including In With The Flynns, Give Out Girls, So Awkward, Downton Abbey, and Cuffs. 

Together, their first original project which they wrote, created and produced - Living The Dream - was commissioned by E4 for two pilots, which were both shot and followed with further script commissions. They have written for Crackanory, and have TV projects at various stages of development with Tiger Aspect, Retort and Red. They are currently writing a feature film commission with Creative England, to be directed by Mustapha Kseibati and produced by Ken Marshall (Filth). They have also written for Hollyoaks and Hollyoaks Best Bits 2011. In fact, one of their episodes of Hollyoaks was among the lowest rating ever. Blame the tennis. 




Producer Ken Marshall

Danger Close is an Action-Close that sees long standing sworn enemies Simon (white, early 30s) and Kenny (black, teen) untie to take down white supremacist (and neighbour) Derek

Steel Mill Pictures, Creative England



Maker Studios for Comedy Central
Tiger Aspect for Comedy Central
Creator Simon Judd, Alex Winckler, Alex Carter
Producer Simon Judd and Alex Winckler
  • Alex Carter
  • Fly-on-the-wall, comedy spin-off of Hollyoaks.

    Lime Pictures for Channel Four
    1 x 30'
    Producer Arnold Widdowson
    Director Richard Pengelley
  • Richard Hammond
  • Martha Howe-Douglas
  • Jessica Hynes
  • Crackanory is a storytelling television series aimed at adults, inspired by the popular children's series Jackanory. Each episode features two 15-minute tales narrated by contemporary comedians and actors, containing a mix of live action and animation and all read from the same oversized chair

    Tiger Aspect for Dave
  • James Atherton
  • Victoria Atkin
  • Nicole Barber-Lane
  • Cast and crew share their favourite moments and Hollyoaks fans get in on the act by making bits of the show at home.
    Lime Pictures for Channel Four
    1 x 30'
    Creator Phil Redmond
    Director Mickey Jones
  • Nicole Barber-Lane
  • Georgia Bourke
  • Jonny Clarke
  • Lime Pictures for Channel Four

    Writer & Script Editor 

    Creator Kevin Laffan
    Producer Multiple Producers
    Director Multiple Directors
    Simon has worked on over 300 episodes both as writer and script editor
    ITV Studios for ITV

    Development Producer 

    In the Flesh
    BAFTA Television Craft Award- Writer in a Drama Series, Television BAFTA; Best Mini Series
    1 x 60'
    Creator Dominic Mitchell
    Producer John Rushton
    Director Jonny Campbell, Jim O'Hanlon, Damon Thomas, Alice Troughton
  • Luke Newberry
  • Harriet Cains
  • Marie Critchley
  • BAFTA winning mini series for BBC 3. Set after a zombie uprising, treated zombies are rehabilitated back into society.
    BBC In house for BBC 3