Damian Lanigan

Writer

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Film, TV & Theatre

Assistant: Jessie Lowe

Comedy

Assistant: Jessie Lowe

Film, TV & Theatre

Damian was brought up in Manchester and attended Oxford University. 

He has published two novels, STRETCH, 29 and THE CHANCERS. HE co-wrote two series of the Radio 4 series STOCKPORT, SO GOOD THEY NAMED IT ONCE with Jim Poyser. He wrote another Radio 4 series FATHERS.

His first play, DISSONANCE, was performed at the 2007 Williamstown Theatre Festival, in 2010 at the Bay Street Theatre, NY, and in 2012 at the Falcon Theatre in Los Angeles. 

He has written two further plays, SAN ANDREAS and THE TALENTS.

His first TV series, MASSIVE, aired on BBC Three in autumn 2008.

Damian wrote and played the lead in HAMSTERS, which won the Independent Pilot Competition at the New York Television FEstival in November 2012. AS a consequence he now has as development deal wiht the IFC Channel in the US. 

Damian features as an actor in independent movies WILFLIFE and THE JONES/HAVEMEYER WEDDING (produced by Before the Door) 

He just appeared as the male lead in a pilot for AdultSwim, written by Joe Randazzo, the editor of The Onion. 

Television

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MASSIVE

BBC3

Original series

HAMSTERS

Writer and actor. Won the Independent Pilot Competition at the New York Television Festival in November 2012. Developed deal with the IFC Channel in the US.

THE SPACE

Pilot. Writer and director.

Theatre

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DISSONANCE

Performed at the Williamstown Theatre Festival in 2007, the Bay Street Theatre, NY, in 2012, and the Falcon Theatre in LA.

SAN ANDREAS

Play script

THE TALENTS

Play script

Radio

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STOCKPORT, SO GOOD THEY NAMED IT ONCE

BBC Radio 4

Co-written with Jim Poyser

FATHERS

BBC Radio 4

Other

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STRETCH, 29

Novel

THE CHANCERS

Novel

Comedy

Damian was brought up in Manchester and attended Oxford University. 

He has published two novels, STRETCH, 29 and THE CHANCERS. HE co-wrote two series of the Radio 4 series STOCKPORT, SO GOOD THEY NAMED IT ONCE with Jim Poyser. He wrote another Radio 4 series FATHERS.

His first play, DISSONANCE, was performed at the 2007 Williamstown Theatre Festival, in 2010 at the Bay Street Theatre, NY, and in 2012 at the Falcon Theatre in Los Angeles. 

He has written two further plays, SAN ANDREAS and THE TALENTS.

His first TV series, MASSIVE, aired on BBC Three in autumn 2008.

Damian wrote and played the lead in HAMSTERS, which won the Independent Pilot Competition at the New York Television FEstival in November 2012. AS a consequence he now has as development deal wiht the IFC Channel in the US. 

Damian features as an actor in independent movies WILFLIFE and THE JONES/HAVEMEYER WEDDING (produced by Before the Door) 

He just appeared as the male lead in a pilot for AdultSwim, written by Joe Randazzo, the editor of The Onion.