Stephen Wyatt

Last updated 09 January 2020

Stephen Wyatt

Born: Wednesday 4th February 1948 (age: 75)


Stephen Wyatt is a British writer.

He wrote the Doctor Who serials Paradise Towers and The Greatest Show in the Galaxy, both of which he novelised for the Target Books range.

He began his career as a freelance playwright in 1975 as writer/researcher with the Belgrade Theatre Coventry in Education team.

His subsequent young people's theatre work includes The Magic Cabbage (Unicorn 1978), Monster (York Theatre Royal 1979) and The Witch of Wapping (Half Moon 1980).

His first work for television was Claws, filmed by the BBC in 1987. His other television credits include scripts for The House of Eliott and Casualty.