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Victoria Pile, also known as Vicky Pile, is a British comedy writer, director and producer, most noted as the creator of two Channel 4 comedy programmes, the sketch show Smack the Pony and the sitcom Green Wing. She began her career writing for Not the Nine O'Clock News whilst still a student at University of Sussex.[1][2] She has also written for Spitting Image and CBBC.[2]

Writer

She has also written a pilot for ABC, set in a police precinct in America. British Sitcom Guide states that "it isn't often that British writers deliberately pitch a series to the American market first".[3]

Producer / Director

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References

  1. ^ Green Wing's midwife and surgeon - Telegraph
  2. ^ a b 96. Victoria Pile | Media | The Guardian
  3. ^ "Green Wing writers create US pilot comedy". sitcom.co.uk. Retrieved 27 August 2015.