After qualifying as a doctor from Guy’s Hospital in 1987, Tony co-founded the medical comedy duo Struck Off and Die, writing and performing five Edinburgh Fringe shows (twice selected for the Perrier Pick of the Fringe Season in London) and winning the Writer’s Guild Award for Best Radio Comedy.
Television includes: Lead Balloon, My Parents are Aliens (Winner of three Royal Television Society Awards for Best Children’s Programme), Moving Wallpaper, May Contain Nuts, Love Soup, Bremner, Bird & Fortune, The Thick of It, Jekyll, Lenny Henry In Pieces, Holby City, The Armando Iannucci Shows, Cold Feet, Armstrong and Miller, Dark Ages, People Like Us, Wonderful You, Sunnyside Farm, Grown Ups, Crossing The Floor, Joking Apart, Drop The Dead Donkey.
Film includes: Mad, Sad and Bad.
Radio includes: The Cornwell Estate, His Master’s Voice, Three Off The Tee, Absolute Power, Double Income No Kids Yet, The Sunday Format, Children’s Hour with Armstrong and Miller, Struck Off and Die.
He also wrote episodes of My Parents are Aliens.