victoria pile


stoptober – bill bailey – day 9

victoria pile – stoptober – al murray – day 6

victoria pile – stoptober – rhod gilbert – avocado

victoria pile – stoptober – rhod gilbert – day 21

victoria pile – direct line – sleeping bags

victoria pile – green wing – guy chat up

victoria pile – direct line – pub

victoria pile – campus – finale

victoria pile – maltesers – bra

victoria pile – green wing – did you touch my squirrel?

victoria pile – seat leon – techno talk

victoria pile – – train

victoria pile – direct line – locksmith

victoria pile – smack the pony – pregnant

victoria pile – smack the pony – dogs

victoria pile – malteaster – hop

victoria pile – maltesers – boyfriend

victoria pile – maltesers – jeans


Victoria started her comedy career as a sketch writer for BBC TV and radio,  going on to develop her own shows with a talent and passion for producing and directing. 

While her early career was spent at the BBC, she eventually honed her skills at Talkback where she devised, produced and co-wrote the double EMMY award-winning sketch show Smack the Pony, for Channel 4, and the surreal two-hander Los Dos Bros (winner of the Silver Rose at Montreux). 

Respected for creating an original visual style, to compliment a fresh comic tone, Victoria devised, produced and co-wrote the BAFTA-winning comedy Green Wing.  

In 2011 Victoria devised, co-wrote, produced and directed Campus, a University based comedy for Channel 4 starring Andy Nyman. 

Her most recent production, for ITV, recently snapped up by NETFLIX, is The Delivery Man, starring Darren Boyd, Aisling Bea, Paddy McGuinness and Alex Macqueen.  

Victoria continues to develop screenplays, comedy shows and scripts for the BBC and Channel 4 as well as being a force for nurturing emerging writers and comedy talent.

She enjoys working on commercials, adding insight and comedic knowledge to  an instinctive brilliance for casting and physical comedy. She has directed campaigns for Direct Line, Malteser’s, Seat, and Dairy Crest, Stoptober and Albert Bartlett. 


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