Beth Willis

Last updated 02 July 2016

Acting Credits
Self: Call Me The Doctor[Factual]; All about the Girl[Factual]; Death in Venice[Factual]; What Goes on Tour...[Factual]; Out of Time[Factual]; Christmas Special 2010[Factual]; Take Two[Factual]
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Production Credits
Executive Producer: The Eleventh Hour; The Beast Below; Victory of the Daleks; The Time of Angels / Flesh and Stone; The Vampires of Venice; Amy's Choice; The Hungry Earth / Cold Blood; Vincent and the Doctor; The Lodger; The Pandorica Opens / The Big Bang; A Christmas Carol; The Impossible Astronaut / Day of the Moon; The Curse of the Black Spot; The Doctor's Wife; The Rebel Flesh / The Almost People; A Good Man Goes to War; Let's Kill Hitler; Night Terrors; The Girl Who Waited; The God Complex; Closing Time; The Wedding of River Song; Death Is the Only Answer; Space / Time (Comic Relief); City Of The Daleks[Games] | as Executive Producer for Doctor Who: Call Me The Doctor[Factual]; All about the Girl[Factual]; War Games[Factual]; Eyes Wide Open[Factual]; Blinded by the Light[Factual]; Death in Venice[Factual]; Arthurian Legend[Factual]; After Effects[Factual]; What Goes on Tour...[Factual]; A Brush with Genius[Factual]; Extra Time[Factual]; Alien Abduction[Factual]; Out of Time[Factual]; Christmas Special 2010[Factual]; Coming to America[Factual]; Breaking the Silence[Factual]; Ship Ahoy![Factual]; Bigger on the Inside[Factual]; Double Trouble[Factual]; Take Two[Factual]; The Born Identity[Factual]; River Runs Wild[Factual]; About A Boy[Factual]; What Dreams May Come[Factual]; Heartbreak Hotel[Factual]; Open All Hours[Factual]; When Time Froze[Factual]
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Beth Willis
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Beth Willis

Born: 1978 (age: 46)


Beth Willis is a British television producer. She has worked as a script editor on Agatha Christie's Poirot and The Amazing Mrs Pritchard and was the producer of the BBC drama series Ashes to Ashes. 

She was an executive producer of Doctor Who between 2009 and 2012, before moving to Channel 4 where she assumed the role of Deputy Head of Drama, beneath her former executive producer colleague Piers Wenger. In June 2016 it was announced she would assume the role as Head in Autumn 2016 when Wenger returns to the BBC to become Chief of Drama.