Gary Tippings

Beginning his television production career at the BBC in the early 80s Gary went on to work at C4 Television as a senior production assistant. Having spent most of the 1990s working on the other side of the camera as an actor and model, he also has some twenty-plus years of experience as a writer of novels and short stories. Gary is also the writer of the highly regarded sports biography 'The Stolen Title'.

Bringing all these elements together Gary incorporated the company Large Art Productions Ltd in 2016. He is the writer of several feature films, including the WWII drama/ love story 'The General's Affair', and the historical Irish drama 'Defiant'. Gary has recently completed the screenplay for a new project, 'Lapanka', a love story set in a slave labour camp in the Nazi controlled Germany of 1942. Gary is currently writing a stage play, 'Ike and Albert', based on the relationship between General Eisenhower and Albert Phillips, the British army sergeant assigned to his top secret train that was used as a 'mobile war room' for the duration of WW2.

East Midlands

The General's Affair

'88 The Second Summer of Love


The Stolen Title

Books, Film, Short story, Television, Theatre