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Simon Killick- Co Founder

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A true East Londoner, Simon has been working in media for over 20 years, starting his career as a graphic designer working with high-end commercial clients and more recently working on TV campaigns for some of the UK's best-loved shows. 


He has been writing, directing and acting since 2007. His first short film as writer/co-director, Buried debuted at the British Independent Film Festival in London at the Empire Leicester Square, won an award for 'best actor' at the Los Angeles Independent Shorts Awards.


More recently Simon completed post-production on comedy pilot 'Life on Wheels'. Life On Wheels is now optioned and in series development. He has also written for and starred in 'Fame Disease', A comedy web series created by Nessa Wrafter. His episode 'Celebrity Disorder' was shortlisted for a British Comedy Guide award in 2020. He is currently in the pitch/development stage on various TV projects, one along side actor/writer Kellie Shirley.

Klick was founded in 2016 by Simon Killick (Writer/Performer) & Nessa Wrafter (Writer/Director). Perhaps because we both come from an acting background, we believe character comes first, no matter what genre of film or TV we are creating. 


We currently have multiple projects optioned & in development not only in-house but in association with external production companies.

If you have a project/idea that you would like to submit, we DO accept unsolicited materials. We are very much interested in finding and nurturing new unrepresented talent of any age or background. Email link at the bottom of each page.


Nessa Wrafter - Co Founder

Originally from Co. Monaghan in Ireland, Nessa has been living in the UK for many years, working as an actor, presenter and in TV Production.

This year, she was selected for the BAFTA x BFI Network Crew. She was also chosen by screenwriter Lisa McGee for one-to-one mentorship as part of the BBC/ITV Mentorship Scheme with Dancing Ledge productions, during which she will write a TV pilot script and series pitch, to be taken to broadcasters. In 2020, she signed a development deal with Jason Flemyng’s company The Kernel Factory for an original TV series, Soho, co-written by Kate Magowan. She is part of a writer's room for Storypunk, where she was commissioned to write an original drama podcast based on Irish Mythology, called The Fatal Cure. 


In 2019, she created the web series Fame Disease, and directed two of the episodes. Klick productions co-produced this with Kate Magowan and John Simm’s Magic Alex Productions. It was recently shortlisted for a British Comedy Guide Pro Talent Award. In 2019, Nessa co-wrote a feature film, Erica, with Simon Duric (creator of The Innocents for NETFLIX). 

In 2018, Nessa wrote and directed the short film Early Days which screened at Oscar and Bafta-qualifying festivals internationally and won multiple awards on the festival circuit.


Andy Dear: Creative Disability Consultant

Andy is an ex-athlete turned writer/performer. Credits include productions for BBC, Channel 4 & Sky, such as My Family, Cast Offs, Apparitions and Doctors, to name a few. Andy is a wheelchair user with Spina Bifida, who is passionate about inclusion and diversity. "I would love to see disability represented equally throughout every aspect of life".  Over the years Andy has worked for several charities championing disability awareness: coaching sports programmes and helping disabled people to integrate and become more socially active within the community, through tailored independent living programmes. Andy is an independent, outgoing and confident person willing to meet challenges head on. "I look for solutions in every situation and tackle problems with a calm attitude".


Andy will be creatively involved in all aspects of any of our projects that involve disability, from concept to shooting to final delivery, from talent to crew. He has a great understanding of diversity & inclusion and has very strong, great ideas about how to implement them on both sides of the camera.




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