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Angela Clarke

About Angela Clarke

Angela is a screenwriter and best-selling novelist. She is currently working on new developments with Wild Mercury, SunnyMarch and FilmWave, and is contributing an episode to Lookout Point’s new adaptation of the Agatha Christie Tommy and Tuppence books. Angela was one of thirteen writers invited to join the BBC Writersroom Writers’ Access Group 2020/2021. 

For screen, Angela has written two episodes for JoJo and Gran Gran S2 (BBC Studios/ CBeebies, 2022) and an episode of The Break S5 (BBC Studios/ BBC 3, 2021). She also wrote and performed a comedy short about having an invisible disability for BBC Ouch’s Tales of The Misunderstood (BBC Edinburgh Festival Stage / BBC iPlayer, 2017).

For audio, Angela is one of ten writers commissioned for the new BBC Sounds’ Malory Towers Podcast (King Bert Productions, 2021).

For page, Angela is the author of the crime thrillers On My Life (Hachette, 2019), Trust Me (HarperCollins, 2017), Watch Me (HarperCollins, 2016), and Follow Me (HarperCollins, 2015). She also wrote the humorous memoir Confessions of a Fashionista (Penguin Random House, 2013). Follow Me was named Amazon’s Rising Star Debut January 2016, long listed for the Crime Writer’s Association Dagger in the Library 2016, and short listed for the Dead Good Page Turner Award 2016.

For stage, she contributed a comedy sketch for the Big Bite-Size Breakfast Show (The Pleasance, Edinburgh Festival, 2016). Angela wrote a one-hour dramedy The Legacy (The Hope Theatre, London, 2015), which the Mail Online described as: ‘witty, insightful and powerful – ★★★★★’. West End Wilma called it: ‘a fantastic debut – ★★★★’. And London Theatre said: ‘a memorable play that signposts a bright new talent – ★★★★’.

Photo credit: Jamie Drew

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    • BBC Studios/ CBeebies, 2022
    • Episodes 17 and 28
    • THE BREAK S5
    • BBC Studios/ BBC 3,
    • Episode 3


    • Production
    • Company
    • Notes
    • BBC Edinburgh Festival Stage / BBC iPlayer
    • The Hope Theatre, London


    • Production
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    • King Bert Productions