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Liam Woodman

Since his birth in 1975 Liam Woodman has established himself as an accomplished television comedy writer and performer.

Liam was new to comedy until he joined mutli-media spoof dance actCyderdelic with Marc Wootton and Barry Castagnola. In 2000 they took theEdinburgh Comedy Festival by storm garnering rave reviews, a Perrier nomination and ultimately winning the BBC2 Green Light Award for new comedy. They were also invited to perform at the Melbourne Comedy festival. Cyderdelic moved from the stage to the screen featuring, first on the award-winning 11 O'clock Show, and then in the eponymous television series,Cyderdelic: The Revolution Will Be Televised.

Following the success of Cyderdelic Liam continued to work closely with Marc Wootton, joining forces once again to lead the writing team behind My New Best Friend, which starred Marc in multiple roles. MNBF went on to critical acclaim and to win three international television awards - Rose D'OrBritish Comedy AwardChicago International Television Festival Award . They then created a series of pilot shows before launching a grotesque, spoof psychic medium, played by Marc, with the show High Spirits with Shirley Ghostmanwhich was a cult hit on both sides of the Atlantic. Most recently Liam and Marc created over twenty brand new characters for Marc's show Marc Wootton Exposed which aired on BBC3 at the end of 2007.

Liam has continued to appear in many of the projects he has written such asDeathwish and Webrats as well as featuring in other shows including Sean Lock's acclaimed sitcom Fifteen Storey's High, the hidden camera showSWAG and a short film written by Ed Dyson entitled Low Low Men. Liam can also be seen performing stand up around the UK.

Liam has been asked to write Marc Wootton's new multi-character series on American television's Showtime network, which looks set to revive some of the many characters they have created. Watch this space for updates.

TELEVISION
8 Out Of 10 Cats - Channel 4. Writer. 2008
Not Going Out - BBC1. Additional Material. 2008
Marc Wootton Exposed - BBC3. Writer/ Co-creator. 2007 
Comic Relief: Aardman & Marc Wootton - BBC1. Writer. 2007
Marc Wootton Project – Pilot BBC3. Writer/ Co creator. 2006
High Spirits with Shirley Ghostman - BBC3. Writer/ Co-creator. 2005
Low Low Men – Short Film, BBC.  Actor. 2005
Brothers - Pilot BBC3. Writer/ Co-creator. 2004
Shirley Ghostman – Pilot BBC3.  Writer/ Co-creator. 2004 
Friday Night Live - Pilot Channel 4. Writer. 2004
Deathwish - Pilot E4. Writer/ Co-creator/ Actor. 2004 
Cyderdelic:The Revolution will be televised - BBC3. Writer/ Actor. 2004
My New Best Friend - Channel 4. Writer. 2003 
15 Storeys High - BBC2. Actor. 2002
The Big Breakfast - Channel 4. Actor. 2002
Cyderdelic - BBC2. Writer/ Actor. 2002
Webrats - Pilot BBC Choice. Writer/ Actor. 2002
SWAG – Five.  Actor. 2002
Resistance - BBC Choice. Writer. 2002 
Edinburgh or Bust - Channel 4. Performer. 2001
The 11 O'clock Show - Channel 4. Performer. 2001
Lenny Beige – UK Play.  Performer. 2001 
My Family - BBC1. Assistant Writer. 2000

THEATRE
Marc Wootton Project – Tristan Bates.  Writer/ Co-creator
Cyderdelic – University Tour. Writer/ Performer
Cyderdelic – Melbourne Comedy Festival. Writer/ Performer
Cyderdelic – Edinburgh Comedy Festival. Writer/ Performer