"Susman is a talent to watch"
Eye For Film
"Well-observed humour with keen poignancy - a rising UK Star"
DAN SUSMAN is an award-winning writer and director, currently working for Guardian Online.
His comedy about human rights starring Sir Patrick Stewart, Sarah Solemani and Adrian Scarborough was the Guardian most popular film, with well over 20 million views.
Cop Out, his online comedy series for Channel 4 and Objective Productions starring Tom Brooke, led to a C4 commission for the TV pilot script, and a development commission for sitcom What You Wish For.
He has directed sketches for Russell Howard’s Good News. Penelope, his intense short drama starring Juliet Stevenson and Hattie Morahan, won several awards. Veils, a short starring Maureen Lipman and Ray Panthaki, won the UKJFF Short Film Prize 2007 and was selected for several international festivals.