Jenny Lecoat

Jenny Lecoat

Born on Jersey, Jenny Lecoat moved to England aged 18, where, following a drama degree, she spent a decade as one of the few women on the alternative comedy circuit during its early days. And she was nominated for the Perrier award in 1986.

But she quit live performance in the early 1990s to become a screenwriter. She wrote Young Dracula for CBBC and worked on The Catherine Tate Show and Birds Of A Feather, among others, as well as her own sitcom, Sometime Never, which was made for ITV in 1993.

Lecoat also wrote the 2017 film Another Mother’s Son, which starred Jenny Seagrove and John Hannah, and her first novel Hedy’s War was released in 2020. Both were set in the Nazi occupation of the Channel Islands.

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