Baby Cow Productions was co-founded by Academy nominated INTERNATIONAL EMMY and BAFTA award winning actor, writer, comedian and producer Steve Coogan and BAFTA award-winning writer, producer and poet Henry Normal. Academy nominated and BAFTA winning producer Christine Langan is the current CEO.

Christine Langan previously ran BBC Films, where she developed and executive produced a wealth of British films from WE NEED TO TALK ABOUT KEVIN and BROOKLYN, to BRIGHT STAR and WOMAN IN GOLD. Langan is an Academy nominated producer of THE QUEEN and won several awards as a TV producer, beginning her career by initiating the multi-award-winning series COLD FEET.

Baby Cow develops and produces bold, high-quality scripted entertainment across all genres for television, film and radio. Established in 1999, the company has delivered its signature brand of television to audiences worldwide for almost twenty years with iconic characters and beloved series including

ALAN PARTRIDGE, THE MIGHTY BOOSH, NIGHTY NIGHT, GAVIN & STACEY, MOONE BOY, CAMPING, ZAPPED and THE TRIP. The latest instalment of the series, THE TRIP TO GREECE, co-starring Coogan and Rob Brydon, is currently in production.

Baby Cow’s feature film output includes Alan Partridge’s big screen debut ALPHA PAPA and Stephen Frears’ PHILOMENA, co-written by Jeff Pope and Coogan, who starred opposite Judi Dench, achieved critical and commercial success, receiving four Oscar nominations including Best Picture and won the BAFTA Award for Best Adapted Screenplay in 2015.

2019 has also seen Baby Cow’s first foray into television drama. Alongside the robust and diverse comedy and feature slates, the acquisition of Zadie Smith’s critically acclaimed novel SWING TIME, exemplifies the company’s drive to expand its output to high end drama.