- Comedy Writer/Performer
Moray Hunter is a Scottish comedian, writer and performer who has written extensively for television and radio. He is most famous for his roles in the Channel 4 sketch show, 'Absolutely', and his role as the character, Calum Gilhooley, which has been reprised for 'The Absolutely Radio Show' on BBC Radio 4. Alongside Jack Docherty he played one half of the eccentric double-act, Don and George, in 'Absolutely' and later in the spin-off series, 'Mr Don and Mr George'.
As a writer, Moray has written for 'Alas Smith and Jones', 'Spitting Image' and the animated series of 'Meg and Mog'. He has also created and written the sitcom 'Alone', starring Angus Deayton, for Radio Four. His other radio credits include 'Radio Active', 'In One Ear' and 'The Party Party'. His television credits include 'The Cup', 'The Creatives', 'Absolutely, 'Mr Don & Mr George', 'Spitting Image' and 'Alas Smith & Jones'.
As an actor, Moray has appeared in numerous shows including: 'The Loch' (ITV); 'Silent Witness' (ITV); 'Broadchurch' (ITV); 'Still Game' (BBC 1); 'Bob Servant' (BBC Four); 'Rab C Nesbitt' (BBC Scotland); 'Gary: Tank Commander' (BBC Scotland); 'Meet the Magoons' (C4); 'Welcome to Strathmuir' (BBC 2 Scotland); 'The Creatives' (BBC 2); 'Taggart' (Scottish Television); 'Holby City' (BBC 1); 'Monarch of the Glen' (BBC 1) and 'Friday Night Live' (Channel 4).
Selected Credits (See Full Credits)
The Absolutely Radio Show (BBC Radio 4)
Alone (BBC Radio 4)
Absolutely (series 1-4) (TV Series)
1989 - 1993
Mr Don and Mr George (TV Series)
Spitting Image (TV Series)
1984 - 1988