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Sarah Morgan is a  writer  (TV, film, graphic novel and video game)  working in the US and UK. 

She specialises in comedy and genre- with a love of horror and sci-fi as well as hard jokes, tight plotting and complex characters. 

She has created original scripts for BBC studios, ITV, Sky, FX and Apple, to name a few.


She was recently on the writing team for Netflix YA smash GEEK GIRL.


She is currently writing on the next installment of a popular video game franchise and was the co-writer of the double Eisner award nominated graphic novel BUBBLE. (CLICK TITLES FOR LINKS)

Her first feature film LOVE SONG - a folk horror about aged goths and woodland hags-  is in development with Imaginarium.

Recent projects include adapting the Image graphic novel REDLANDS into an original horror series for UCP/NBC Universal, and working with Romesh Ranganathan on his sitcom ROMANTIC GETAWAY for Sky.

She has an extensive range of TV credits, including five series on the team for DAVE GORMAN’S MODERN LIFE IS GOODISH (DAVE).

Recent credits include the presenter script for BAFTA FILM AWARDS, co-writing BBC3’s FULLY BLOWN with Donna Preston and Verona Rose, and Story Producer on Sky One/Peacock’s INTELLIGENCE.


Sarah is also a sought-after Script Editor/Consulting Producer, with a reputation for working with emerging voices and stand-ups, adapting their material to narrative.

She also works as a mentor on various schemes, giving advice and support to emerging voices from under-represented backgrounds in comedy.


She has written jokes for a range of stars including Tracey Ullman, Miranda Richardson, Robbie Williams and Rebel Wilson. Also Dangermouse.


A life long horror enthusiast, Sarah is also the creator and host of a podcast about horror and comedy called THE FEAR.


She is the co-author of the First Second graphic novel BUBBLE (based on the hit US podcast) out now.  LINK to a lovely selection of press and interviews here.

She lives in London with her family, and shares her name with a popular romance author. She isn't that one.

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