Ted Byron Baybutt


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Born in London to father Nicholas and mother Sarah, Ted Byron Baybutt took his first and second name from his great-grandfather Ted Byron Jackson. He grew up in Wimbledon Village with his two brothers James (Recruitment and Life Coaching) and Charles (Music industry). At fifteen, he started as a runner at Ealing Studios working with Mike Stevenson... See full bio »

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Known For

SexLife Producer
(2014)
Surgery Producer
(2015)
Savage Producer
(2019)
Slammer Producer

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  Slammer (producer) (post-production)
 2019/I Savage (Short) (producer)
 2015/I Surgery (Short) (producer - produced by)
 2014 SexLife (Short) (producer)
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  Slammer (written by) (post-production)
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 2012 Chasing the Bear
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App Game Release of the global version of MovieSweep: Cannes Edition. Cannes Film Festival, France

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Particularly inspired by three early 'running' jobs: first one was on The Secret Agent (dir. Christopher Hampton), second one was on Simon Magus (dir. Ben Hopkins) and third one was on Goodbye Mr. Chips (dir. Stuart Orme). See more »

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