Russell T. Davies


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  • The influential British writer of the Noughties.

    It's hard to ignore Russell's work on television. If he's not writing a saucy gay drama that's sure to spark up contraversy on its primetime channel 4 broadcast then he's ressurecting screen giant Doctor Who to television screens, and not only bringing it back successfully, but making it a television institution again. Russell is at his best tackling harder issues, issues that television needs to tackle, but more often than not is scared to. Russell creates characters so likeable they make Joss Whedon's creations seem laughable in comparison. I first noticed Russell when he wrote Bob and Rose for ITV, and I've avidly followed his work since. He's a great British writer, and the longer he spends writing Doctor Who and Torchwood the better. Besides, wasn't Casanova just fantastic?