Trix Worrell is a multi-award-winning writer, director, composer and academic, working in film, television and theatre.
Trix ran a successful transatlantic film company for ten years with producer, Paul Trijbits, working with Denzel Washington, Harvey Keitel, Thandiwe Newton, Whoopi Goldberg and Ridley Scott to name but a few.
Trix has won a British Comedy Award, a lifetime achievement Award from the Royal Television Society and is a BAFTA nominee. He was the writer and creator of Desmond’s; Channel 4’s most successful sit-com ever, which ran for 71 episodes, ending in 1994. The show is considered so much of a British institution that an excerpt was used for Danny Boyle’s Opening Ceremony at the 2012 Olympics in London.
Trix has been voted one of the "100 Great Black Britons Throughout History".