Andrew Murray

Andrew Murray

Producer, Director, Writer


Andrew Murray is a British film and television director. He is best known for his work on the critically acclaimed British TV series, The Inbetweeners, which earned him a BAFTA nomination for Best Directorial Debut in Television.

Born in London in 1979, Andrew Murray was always interested in the arts. He attended the National Film and Television School, where he studied cinematography, editing and directing. After graduating, he worked as a camera assistant for a number of productions, including the Oscar-winning film Crash (2004).

In 2009, he was asked to direct the pilot episode of The Inbetweeners, a British sitcom about four teenage boys. The pilot was a success and the show was commissioned for an entire series. Under Murray's direction, The Inbetweeners went on to become a big hit in the UK, with nine million viewers tuning in for the finale.

Murray has since gone on to direct many other successful TV shows and films, including the BBC drama series Pramface, the comedy feature film The Hippopotamus and the crime drama series Rillington Place. He has also directed episodes of the Netflix series Black Mirror, the BBC2 comedy Motherland and the ITV drama series Liar.

In 2020, Andrew Murray directed his first feature-length film. The horror movie Dracula Untold was released to mixed reviews, but it was a box office success. He is currently in pre-production on his next feature film, which is set in the world of professional wrestling.

Andrew Murray has established himself as one of the most exciting new directors in British film and television. His work has been praised for its visual style and emotional depth, and he has been nominated for numerous awards. He is sure to have a long and successful career ahead of him.