Monday, 29 September 2008

Corrie writer profile: Chris Fewtrell

Sources: Casarotto, Rural Media

Chris Fewtrell has been writing for Coronation Street since 2004. He writes fantastically well for Liz and Vernon and has been quoted as saying: “There’s no such thing as a bad idea. Writing is all about persuasion and persistence, sticking to your own vision and believing strongly in it.”

His CV is impressive and covers a whole load of telly drama, some written alone and some with his Corrie writing colleague Damon Rochefort.

Chris wrote a BAFTA nominated episode of Byker Grove and has also written for EastEnders (on the trainee writers scheme back in '95), The Bill, Crossroads, London Bridge, Dream Team, Peak Practice, Family Affairs and Rosemary and Thyme. More recently, Chris and Damon Rochefort were commissioned by ITV and together wrote Six, Stretch and Home Team.

Here's an excellent interview (2018) with Chris Fewtrell

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