Sarah Courtauld

Sarah is a comedy writer, performer, and award-winning author of children's books. In 2012 she won the Funny Women Comedy Writing Award for her script THE SLUSH PILE, and she was the recipient of the BAFTA/Rocliffe New Writing Forum. She is a graduate of the Royal Court Young Writers Programme.

Sarah is currently writing for the second season of the teen mystery drama EVERMOOR, having written three 30 minute episodes for the first series for Lime Pictures/Disney UK. She is currently writing on a new series for Zodiak Kids/Disney UK.

She has developed a comedy pilot, BAD THERAPIST with Objective Productions and Channel 4, which she is co-writing with Susan Calman.

She is also the author of more than 20 children's books. The first book in her comedy adventure series, Buckle and Squash, (Macmillan) won the Sainsbury's Book Award, and has been shortlisted for the Sheffield Children's Book Prize and Coventry Inspiration Book Award. She is also writing a new series of Wombles books for Bloomsbury.

Sarah was the winner of the BAFTA Rocliffe New Writing Forum in 2012 for her sitcom script, THE SLUSH PILE, which was given a rehearsed reading at the New York Television Festival and developed by Objective Productions. She also developed a sitcom script, CAMELOT with Objective Productions, and worked on NITWIT, a children's comedy, with Citrus TV.

Sarah's short stories for adults have been published in various magazines, and broadcast on Radio 4. She also works as an illustrator and freelance editor. Her work as an author is represented by Catherine Clarke at Felicity Bryan Associates. 

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