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Antony Jay

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Biography

England, UK
Antony Jay joined BBC Television in 1955 and became a founding member of Tonight (1957), the corporation's nightly current affairs television programme, in 1957, becoming the editor in 1962. In 1963 he was made the Head of Television Talk Features. In 1964 he left the BBC to become a freelance writer and producer. He was knighted in 1988.

He is best known to television viewers as co-writer, with Jonathan Lynn, of the popular Yes Minister (1980) comedy series and its sequel, Yes, Prime Minister (1986). Read more...

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Character: Himself - Co-founder, Video Arts & Co-creator, 'Yes Minister'

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Character: Himself - Scriptwriter, 'Royal Family'

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Character: Himself

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Writing