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The 10 Percenters
GenreComedy
Written byDoug Naylor
Paul Alexander
Rob Grant
Directed byEd Bye
Marcus Mortimer
StarringClive Francis
Benedict Taylor
Colin Stinton
Elizabeth Bennett
Country of originUnited Kingdom
Original languageEnglish
No. of series2
No. of episodes15[1]
Production
Running time30 minutes
Production companiesGrant Naylor Productions
Carlton Television
DistributorITV Studios
Release
Original networkITV
Picture format4:3
Audio formatStereo
First shown in23 February 1993 (1993-02-23)
Original release18 April 1994 (1994-04-18) –
3 September 1996 (1996-09-03)

The 10%ers is a British television comedy series, broadcast on ITV.

Set in the office of a theatrical agent, it began as a pilot in 1993 shown as part of ITV's short-lived Comedy Playhouse (not to be confused with the BBC's long-running Comedy Playhouse), then ran for two series, shown in 1994 and 1996. The regular cast were: Clive Francis, who played the main character Dominic Eden, Benedict Taylor as Atin, Colin Stinton as Tony, and Elizabeth Bennett as Joan. There were cameo appearances from Jonathan Ross and Nicholas Parsons.

The pilot was written by Rob Grant and Doug Naylor, though the first and second series were written by Naylor and various co-writers, including Steve Punt and Paul Alexander. The producer was Ed Bye, then Marcus Mortimer.

Transmissions

  • Pilot: Comedy Playhouse - 23 February 1993
  • Series 1: Monday 18 April – 6 June 1994 - 7 episodes
  • Series 2: Tuesday 9 July – 3 September 1996 - 7 episodes.

References

  1. ^ Mark Lewisohn - Radio Times Guide to TV Comedy (Second edition, p.754)

External links


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