Jimmy Mulville

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Jimmy Mulville
After leaving Cambridge, where he was President of Footlights, Jimmy produced for BBC Radio, where he developed and produced the awardwinning Radio Active, before moving to television in 1982 as script editor and producer for the first series of Alas Smith and Jones. He went on to co-write and perform in four series of Who Dares Wins for Channel 4. He is co-founder of Hat Trick Productions, which launched in 1986. For Hat Trick he co-wrote as well as starred in two series of Chelmsford 123, before creating the award-winning Have I Got News For You, which is now in its 14th year. In 1999, along with Denise O’Donoghue, he received the BAFTA Award for Outstanding Creative Contribution to Television. Jimmy is also a Fellow of the Royal Television Society and was recently given an honorary doctorate from the University of Liverpool.
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