Tom Scott

Writer / Producer

Catapulted to fame after Robert Muldoon threw him out of a press conference, Tom Scott originally wanted to be a vet, but ended up helping Murray Ball turn Footrot Flats into a hit movie. The screen CV of this celebrated humourist and cartoonist ranges widely: from documentaries on Kiwi legends (Edmund Hillary, David Lange) to dramatisations of married angst (Separation City) and the 1981 tour (tele-movie Rage).