Nic Ransome is a writer, known for Shrooms (2007), Holby City (1999) and Cockneys vs Zombies (2012). See full bio »

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Known For

Shrooms Script and Continuity Department
(2007)
Holby City Writer
(2005)
Cockneys vs Zombies Dock Zombie
(2012)
Goodbye Bafana Additional Crew
(2007)

Filmography

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 2009 Freefonix (TV Series) (writer - 2 episodes)
- A Nightmare on Freefonix Street (2009) ... (writer)
- They Say It's Your Birthday (2009) ... (writer)
 2005 Holby City (TV Series) (written by - 1 episode)
- Family Planning (2005) ... (written by - as Nic Ransom)
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 2008 Beyond the Rave (Video) (script editor)
 2007 Shrooms (script consultant)
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 2007 Goodbye Bafana (script consultant: Future Films)
 2003 Mile High (TV Series) (storylining team - season 2)
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 2012 Cockneys vs Zombies
Dock Zombie (as Nic Ranson)
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 2015 Cherry Tree (thanks)
 2012/I Stitches (thank you to)
 2009 Wake Wood (thanks)
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Personal Details

Other Works:

In 1989, he co-founded Post Mortem Theatre Company, with whom he conceived, co-directed and appeared in Once Upon A Time/Endgame, which paired Samuel Beckett's play with an ITC-approved staged version of the penultimate episode of Patrick McGoohan's cult 60s TV series "The Prisoner". The production played at the Edinburgh ... See more »

Alternate Names:

Nic Ransom | Nic Ranson
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Gained a First Class Honours degree in Drama from the University of Manchester, then a Masters in Screenwriting (with Distinction) from the University of Sheffield, where he studied under Andrew Davies and Jack Rosenthal. See more »

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