Malcolm Kholl was born in South Africa and lived there for nine years before moving to Zimbabwe. He attended Rhodes University in Graemestown, South Africa, where he trained as a journalist. On completing his course he came to London and did a post-graduate in Film and Television, at Middlesex Polytechnic. He then tried to break into film and televison, but found it harder than he had expected. "Delta and the Bannerman" was the first of his scripts to see production. Read more... TV comedy series called "Chastity Brogan-US Marshall." In 1995 he co-produced a film called "No Regrets."