An actor, writer and director, his recent screen credits include Borderline on Channel 5, Drifters on E4, OAPs Guide to Britain, Derren Brown: Pushed to the Edge, Cyber Hijack and Anti-Social Network, all for Channel 4. On stage, he has appeared in numerous plays, including Below the Belt, The Messiah, Scooter Thomas and The Lights.
His writing credits include Divine (Westminster Prize winner, Soho Theatre) and The Fruit Bowl, as well as countless amusing status updates. He recently wrote, directed and acted in his first short film What Remains.
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‘Mr.’ Graham Dickson, otherwise known as ‘the scourge of the innocent’. When he is not wreaking considerable ruin upon noble families across the land, he can be found performing and teaching at ‘The Free Association’, London’s premier improv theatre and school. He has appeared in such televisual delights as ‘Derren Brown: Pushed to the Edge’, ‘Cyber Hijack’ and ‘Anti-Social Network’, and can be heard making a mockery of the cinematic critical establishment in his amusing weekly podcast ‘Coming Soon!’. It is whispered that he owns more than 300 waistcoats.