Ian Davidson

Ian Davidson is a British scriptwriter who also acted, directed and produced in television and the theatre from the 1960's. He was Script Editor of 'The Two Ronnies' from 1978-83 and with Peter Vincent wrote seven series of the sitcom 'Sorry'. With Vincent he also wrote for Dave Allen, 'The Brittas Empire' and 'Comrade Dad'. With John Chapman he wrote 'French Fields' for Thames Television. In 2013, Vincent and Davidson wrote 'When the Dog Dies' for Radio4. Peter Vincent has worked in television both as a writer and editor for a number of years. He has written 69 episodes of comedy for the BBC including seven series of "Sorry" with Ian Davidson and episodes of ‘All at No. Twenty’ and ‘The Brittas Empire’ In addition there were two series of "Hilary" starring Marti Caine with co-writer, Peter Robinson. Also "Comrade Dad" (starring George Cole) with Ian Davidson and "Goodbye Mr. Kent" with Peter Robinson. Peter Vincent wrote for twelve series of "The Two Ronnies" and was script editor for some of these. He was Dave Allen's script editor for some twenty years. He was also script editor with Barry Cryer on the BBC's Russ Abbot show.

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