DANIEL AUDRITT - WRITER/DIRECTOR/PRODUCER
Daniel Audritt is a comedy writer/director and the co-creator of Comedy Central sketch series, MODERN HORROR STORIES, which was nominated for Debut Writer in the 2020 EdTV Fest New Voice Awards.
He co-wrote and directed the multi LOVIE award winning COMIC RELIEF ORIGINALS series, which included ‘STEPHEN HAWKING’S NEW VOICE’, viral hit sketch ‘A MODERN DATING HORROR STORY’ which amassed over 250 million views worldwide and co-wrote the 2020 STRANGER THINGS sketch for Sport Relief UK/USA (Netflix/BBC One).
He co-wrote series 3 of the Radio 4 sitcom ABILITY with Britain’s Got Talent winner Lost Voice Guy and has also written two 30 minute episodes of young adult comedy dramas ALMOST NEVER (CBBC) and FLATMATES (BBC iPlayer).
He’s written for numerous TV and radio shows including TAKESHI’S CASTLE (Comedy Central), THE TEZ O CLOCK SHOW (Channel 4), 8 OUT OF 10 CATS (Channel 4), DEAD RINGERS (Radio 4), NEWSQUIZ (Radio 4), MOCK THE WEEK (BBC Two), PLEASE USE OTHER DOOR (Radio 4) GODS OF THE GAME (Comedy Central), FAMALAM (BBC iPlayer) and MUZLAMIC (BBC iPlayer).
Along with his writing partner Kat Butterfield, he’s currently working on original projects with a number of production companies and has a comedy series in development with a major international streamer.
As a filmmaker, he has directed videos for BBC Comedy, Bic Razors, Gumtree, Comic Relief, The Beano, Mo-vember, LNER Trains and many more. His films have won awards on the international film festival circuit, including the 'Best Screenplay' award at the Depth of Field Film Festival and have been seen by millions of viewers on Facebook and Youtube as well as featuring on TV shows in the US.
In addition to his writing and filmmaking, he is an award-winning stand-up comedian performing in clubs across the UK, Europe and NYC. At the Edinburgh Festival 2018 his joke was judged 4th in the Dave's Best Jokes of the Fringe. He also appeared alongside James Acaster, Nish Kumar, Kerry Godliman, and many more on the Channel 5 show 'The Funny Thing About...',