Baby Cow Productions

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Baby Cow Productions is a Multi-award-winning production company

Baby Cow Productions is a multi-award-winning production company which produces high quality scripted comedy and drama for television, film and digital platforms. It has a reputation for pushing the boundaries of established genres, telling compelling and universal stories with unconventional characters at their heart.

In production, ‘Changing Ends’, is a brand-new 6 x 30 autobiographical comedy for ITV, co-written by the BAFTA award winning Alan Carr and the Scottish BAFTA & RTS award winning Simon Carlyle (Two Doors Down). It Is based on Alan’s own life in Northampton in the 1980’s growing up as the son of a fourth division football manager. The series will air later on this year.

Comedy Series ‘This Time with Alan Partridge’, written by Steve Coogan, Rob and Neil Gibbons and starring Steve Coogan and ‘The Witchfinder’, written by Neil and Rob Gibbons and starring Daisy May Cooper and Tim Key, are currently on BBC iPlayer. Channel 4 drama commission ‘Chivalry’, written and starring Steve Coogan and Sarah Solemani, is on All 4. ‘Live at the Moth Club’, written by Alex Owen and Ben Ashenden, starring a host of comedy talent including Jamie Demetriou, Kiell Smith-Bynoe, Natasia Demetriou and Mark Heap is on UKTV Play.

In film, Stephen Frears' ‘The Lost King’, starring Sally Hawkins and Steve Coogan and written by Steve Coogan and Jeff Pope, was released in cinemas in October 2022. Craig Roberts' ‘The Phantom of the Open’, starring Mark Rylance, Sally Hawkins and Rhys Ifans and written by Simon Farnaby, which Baby Cow have co-produced with Water & Power Productions, was in cinemas in March 2022.

Previous TV credits include Alan Partridge, Gavin & Stacey, The Trip, Uncle, The Mighty Boosh, Red Dwarf, Nighty Night and Camping, while film output includes Stan & Ollie, Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa and the Oscar-and Golden Globe nominated Philomena.

Baby Cow Productions was co-founded in 1999, by Steve Coogan and Henry Normal. BBC Studios became a company shareholder in 2008 and has been its majority owner since 2016, with Coogan remaining a shareholder.

  • STEVE
    COOGAN

    Creative Director

  • SARAH
    MONTEITH

    Chief Executive Officer

  • RUPERT
    MAJENDIE

    Head of Development

  • JONATHAN
    MERRELL

    Finance Director

  • SARAH
    CRYSTAL

    Commercial Director

  • DAVE
    LAMBERT

    Producer / Director

  • JOE
    FRASER

    Producer / Director

  • EMILY
    BETTS

    Production Coordinator

  • GEMMA
    DAVIES

    Executive Assistant to CEO and Office Manager

  • ANNA
    STOCKTON

    Executive PA to Steve Coogan

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