Terry Clark
Writer

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Brighton-based writer Terry Clark is an emerging writer for both television drama and comedy. Having previously co-written a number of projects, he is currently developing his original solo drama projects as well as working on a feature film planned for production in 2019. Recently Terry has written and produced comedy short The High Street Ambassadors and has written for the monthly mock-news pamphlet The Brighton Bunion.

 

Television (in development):
Familiar People Supernatural drama/horror series aimed at young adults. When teenager Tommy uncovers a powerful gang of Familiars who are preying on Brighton’s homeless community, he must grow up fast and learn how to stop them. Finalist for WriterSlam 2018 (in association with C21 WritersRoom and Content London).
(Spec script)
Overspill Gritty original crime drama following a woman who has to return to her hometown in Kent after 20 years away when some long-buried secrets of her estranged extended family are unearthed. With her husband and son in tow, how long can she maintain her carefully constructed new life when it’s exposed to the old one…
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Bright Sparks Sitcom following lovable loser Sara and her quirky co-worker Bobby as they struggle to run the last independent electrical goods store in Croydon (Co-written with stand-up comedian Bobby Mair).
(Spec script)
Out on the Road Comedy / drama following the lives of a desperate sales team selling industrial supply products (Co-written with Oliver Brosch & Dylan Brown)
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The Store Detectives! Sitcom following an inept team of security officers in a commercial shopping mall (Written by Terry Clark, Co-created by Terry Clark and Oliver Brosch)
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Feature Film (in development):
The Strong Room Claustrophobic Thriller following a group of people who hide in a bank vault during a suspected terrorist attack. As suspicion, xenophobia and pressure spread throughout the group, the characters begin to reveal their true colours and discover that things aren’t at all what they seem.
Comedy Shorts:
The High Street Ambassadors! Mockumentary short following the day-to-day shenanigans of Brighton’s inept, crime fighting High Street Ambassadors. Shortlisted for the 2018 Comedy Chortfest