Deborah Frances-White is a well-known script writer who works in radio, television, books and film.
Her BBC Radio 4 series Deborah Frances-White Rolls the Dicewon her a Writers Guild Award. Her film Say My Name will be out in spring 2019. She is developing a play for the Almeida, a television series with Merman for Netflix and she recently finished the screenplay for her second film Making Babies for Redwave Films.
With Philippa Waller she has written two episodes of Young Dracula for CBBC. They sold their first screenplay – co-written with Monica Beletsky – The Wedding Pact – to Fox Searchlight. Deborah’s play Escape from Eden was selected for The Cameron Mackintosh New Writing Festival judged by Christopher Hampton.
Deborah has co-written The Improv Handbook with Tom Salinsky which is a theatre best seller on Amazon and is now in its Second Edition with Bloomsbury. Deborah also co-wrote Off The Mic with Marsha Shandur which was nominated for a 2016 Chortle Award. Her most recent book is The Guilty Feminist which was a Sunday Times best-seller.