Kolton Lee

Kolton Lee

Kolton Lee

Kolton Lee is a former Editor of The Voice, the UK’s biggest black newspaper, and is the first black News Editor of a national tabloid, The News On Sunday

After a short stint at the BBC, he went on to study at the National Film and Television School, before making his mark writing scripts for the top-rating soap opera Eastenders, and the drama series Byker Grove and Brothers and Sisters.

Working with Lenny Henry’s Crucial Films, he wrote and directed the short films A Chance To DancePhoenixThe Arrival Of Brighteye and Serpent’s Tooth. After a brief period in the US, where he wrote and directed the cult short film American Mod (which features the last ever screen performance of gay icon Quentin Crisp), he returned to the UK to set up his own production company, Prophet Pictures.

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