Tyrell Williams


Represented By

Imogen Sarre


Assistant - Trei Keep


Tyrell Williams is an award-winning writer and director for theatre, film and television. When initially presented at Bush Theatre in 2022, his first play RED PITCH - directed by Daniel Bailey - completed a sold-out run and Tyrell won the George Devine Award, Stage Debut Award for Best Writer, Evening Standard Award for most promising playwright, Critics Circle Theatre Award for most promising playwright and RED PITCH was awarded Best New Play at the OffWestEnd Awards 2023. RED PITCH returned to the Bush for a revival in 2023, and is currently playing at Soho Place in the West End. RED PITCH is currently in development for a screen adaptation with Fudge Park.

In addition to another original series he also has in development with Fudge Park, he has written an episode of an upcoming Apple TV+ series. Tyrell has been named one of Deadline’s 5 rising writers to watch in 2023, and is currently on attachment to the National Theatre Studio. In 2015, Tyrell co-created, co-wrote and directed the viral web series #HOOD DOCUMENTARY which has had over 4million views on YouTube. Following its online acclaim, #HoodDocumentary eventually went on to be commissioned for BBC Three which Tyrell directed and co-wrote. Tyrell was on the BAFTA Elevate scheme 2018 and was a Broadcast Hotshot in 2016.