Salim Allybokus

Salim is a new writer based in North London, a graduate of the BBC Writersroom’s ‘Comedy Room’ development scheme and also placed on the BBC’s ‘New Talent Hot List’. His dark TV comedy DEATH OF A LADIE’S MAN won ‘Best Scene’ at the Wildsound Writing And Film Festival Review Competition and is under option to LA Productions. Salim was one of only 6 writers chosen by the BBC to write a monologue on ‘The Transformative Power of Music’ for Radio 3’s Music Day – THE BOXER’S EPIPHANY starred Kayvan Novak. In addition, Salim collaborated with Beano Toons and The Connected Set to write the animated children’s cartoon EVIL DEPUTY HEADMASTER and was also selected by Racine Media to write two development scripts for the web-series RON OF THE ROVERS. He recently wrote and produced seven sketches for BBC Bitesize’s ADULTING series. Salim is currently developing a horror feature and two TV comedies having previously practiced in Criminal Law after graduating with a Masters’ Degree in Criminal Law and Criminal Justice in 2010.