Jon Thoday, Richard Allen-Turner, Rob Aslett and David Martin serve as executive producers for Avalon Television.
Avalon is a multi-award-winning talent management, television production and live promotion group with offices in Los Angeles, New York and London. Avalon Television, along with ARG, the talent management arm, has discovered and represents many artists that are household names, both in the U.K. and around the world.
Avalon Television produces numerous ground-breaking television shows including: multi-Emmy® and Peabody Award winner Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (HBO); multi-award winning and Emmy-nominated Catastrophe (Channel 4, Amazon Prime Video); RTS and Rose d’Or winning Not Going Out (the BBC’s longest running sitcom currently on air); BAFTA™ and RTS-nominated Taskmaster (DAVE, UKTV); Sky’s most successful new entertainment launch since 2010, The Russell Howard Hour; the recently launched Alternatino with Arturo Castro (Comedy Central); two seasons of Wyatt Cenac’s Problem Areas (HBO); the recently greenlit Starstruck, a sitcom from the 2018 Edinburgh Comedy Award winner Rose Matafeo (HBO Max/BBC) and the upcoming Everything’s Gonna Be Okay (Freeform). Other iconic Avalon shows include: Fantasy Football League (BBC/ITV); the multi-BAFTA winning TV Burp (ITV) and seven seasons of Workaholics (Comedy Central).
Avalon produced Newman and Baddiel: Live at Wembley, the UK’s first arena comedy show; Jerry Springer: The Opera, the first West End show to win all four UK ‘Best New Musical’ awards and has continued to produce live shows globally, as well as promoting more winners and nominees of the prestigious Edinburgh Comedy Award than any other company.