Sandy Johnson is a British director who has directed episodes of The Comic Strip Presents, Inspector Morse, A Touch of Frost, The Ruth Rendell Mysteries, Jonathan Creek and Auf Wiedersehen, Pet. His first full length film was Coast to Coast (1987) written by Stan Hey and starring John Shea, Lenny Henry and Pete Postlethwaite. In Scotland he directed Leaving (1988), The Gift (1989) and The Wreck on the Highway (1990). In the 1990s he directed Gone to the Dogs, Gone to Seed and Roughnecks. In Australia he directed Supernova starring Rob Brydon. He directed the final two episodes of the first series of Kingdom and a 2007 episode of The Last Detective. In 2008 he directed Love Soup, written by David Renwick, and Benidorm written by Derren Litten. In 1998 he won a BAFTA for Best Drama Series for Jonathan Creek and in 2009 won a BAFTA for Harry & Paul. While studying Drawing and Painting at Glasgow School of Art in the 1970s, he was also an actor. He played several roles with Strathclyde Theatre Group and on film including one of the Knights of Ni in Monty Python and the Holy Grail.
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