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Len Pentin is a Southport based comedy writer.

Work

His work includes the two-hander All The Best (first performed in 2007 as Fun Like Stalingrad)[1] He is also the co-writer of the popular "Liverpool Nightclub"-based play Slappers and Slapheads

He was also a writer on BBC Radio Merseyside's [2] Paradise People, a 24 episode radio sitcom series based around a fictional greasy spoon cafe on Liverpool's "Paradise Street" (The former home of Radio Merseyside itself ) The series starred Radio Merseyside presenters Pauline Daniels and Roger Phillips. Other regulars included Lisa Millet [3] and Mike Neary.

References

  1. ^ Epsilon Productions (website)
  2. ^ BBC Liverpool, Radio Merseyside
  3. ^ Internet Movie Database, biography of Millett

Len Pentin is a Southport based comedy writer.

Work

His work includes the two-hander All The Best (first performed in 2007 as Fun Like Stalingrad)[1] He is also the co-writer of the popular "Liverpool Nightclub"-based play Slappers and Slapheads

He was also a writer on BBC Radio Merseyside's [2] Paradise People, a 24 episode radio sitcom series based around a fictional greasy spoon cafe on Liverpool's "Paradise Street" (The former home of Radio Merseyside itself ) The series starred Radio Merseyside presenters Pauline Daniels and Roger Phillips. Other regulars included Lisa Millet [3] and Mike Neary.

References

  1. ^ Epsilon Productions (website)
  2. ^ BBC Liverpool, Radio Merseyside
  3. ^ Internet Movie Database, biography of Millett

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