Edward Taylor wrote and performed with the Cambridge University Footlights, and was spotted by the BBC during the London run of their 1955 revue. Offered a twelve-month contract as writer-producer, he accepted and stayed for thirty-six years, being responsible for Round the Horne, I'm Sorry - I'll Read That Again, Just a Minute, The Men from the Ministry and other top shows. Since then he's written six plays, and Murder by Misadventure is widely performed throughout the world after a long London run. His first novel, The Shadow of Treason, was published by Robert Hale in 2012.
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