Ashley Pharoah

Ashley Pharoah

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Ashley Pharoah (born 13 September 1959) is a British Television writer, co-creator of the successful drama series Life on Mars, which began on BBC One in 2006.

Pharoah was born in Somerset attended Waycroft Junior School in Stockwood and continued at Queen Elizabeth's Hospital, a secondary school, in Bristol.

After studying at the University Of Sussex and the National Film and Television School in Beaconsfield in the 1980s, Pharoah played rugby for Wimbledon and began his television writing career on the BBC soap opera EastEnders in 1991, on which he worked for four years and where he met co-writer Matthew Graham. He went on in 19941995 to contribute five episodes to the popular BBC One drama series Casualty and four episodes to Silent Witness (1996).

For ITV he created the long-running series Where the Heart Is, for which he wrote episodes from 1997 to 2000, and contributed to the BBC One TV programme Down to Earth in 2001. Among other work in the early 2000s he scripted an adaptation of Tom Brown's Schooldays, starring Stephen Fry, for the ITV1 network in 2005.<ref...
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