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Charlotte Nicholls

Charlotte joined DSP as Head of Development in 2016. Prior to that she spent four years at Keo Films developing award winning specialist factual, docs and features such as The Last Miners, the Bafta-winning Exodus, The Ladykillers, Bankgkok Airport, Hugh’s Scandimania and Eden.  After graduating from Cambridge with a degree in anthropology, Charlotte went on to study Comparative Chinese Literature at SOAS before starting her career at the BBC.  Her production credits include shows such as ‘Heston’s Feasts’ and ‘The Supersizers…’ and in development her early work includes international formats Hotter Than My Daughter and Supersize vs Superskinny. While at DSP she has won new commissions for several of the UK terrestrial channels and overseen a push into development for on-demand platforms such as Amazon and Netflix.