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Helen RaynorBorn: March 1972 (age: 51)
Helen Raynor is a British television and theatre writer and script editor.
From 2004 until 2007 she was one of the script editors of Doctor Who. Her own writing work includes two Doctor Who stories and episodes of spin-off series Torchwood.
Her non science-fiction work includes Cake, a fifteen-minute television short for BBC One's Brief Encounters strand shown in May 2006, and a sixty-minute play Running Away with the Hairdresser for BBC Radio 4, broadcast in June 2005. For the theatre she has written Waterloo Exit Two, a short play presented as part of Paines Plough's Wild Lunch season at the Young Vic in 2003.