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Ben Frow

Ben Frow is a producer and costume designer, known for Wipeout (1994), Spectacular Spain with Alex Polizzi (2017) and Funny Women (1997). See full bio »

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Known For

Wipeout Producer
Funny Women Editor


Hide Hide Show Show Producer (2 credits)
 2017 Spectacular Spain with Alex Polizzi (TV Series documentary) (commissioning editor: Channel 5)
 1998 Wipeout (TV Series) (executive producer - 1 episode)
- Episode #5.1 (1998) ... (executive producer)
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 1999 Funny Women (TV Series documentary short) (1 episode)
- Mollie Sugden (1999)
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 1998 Funny Women (TV Series documentary short) (editor - 1 episode)
- Stephanie Cole (1998) ... (editor)
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 2006 The Summer of the Massacre (Video) (special thanks)
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 2009 Xposé (TV Series)
- Episode #4.58 (2009) ... Himself
 2008 How TV Changed Britain (TV Series documentary)
- Property (2008) ... Himself
 2005 Forty Years of Fuck (TV Movie documentary)
 2001 I Love 1980's (TV Series documentary)
- I Love 1988 (2001) ... Himself

Personal Details

Other Works:

(1989-1990 season) He was costume designer for James Roose Evans' and Maureen Lipman's adaptation of Joyce Grenfell's works, "Re: Joyce!," in an American premiere at the Long Wharf Theatre (Mainstage) in New Haven, Connecticut. Alan Strachan was director. John Lee Beatty was set designer. Judy Rasmuson was lighting designer.

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Head of Features at Channel 4 1998-2005

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