Kate Daughton CCO

Kate left her job as Head of Comedy at the BBC to set up Boffola Pictures. During her 5 years at the BBC she commissioned and exec-produced numerous shows across all channels. Key titles include, The Outlaw’s, Back to Life, Alma’s Not Normal, In my Skin, Ghosts, Fleabag Series 2, This Time with Alan Partridge, The Witchfinder, Two Doors Down, Mum, Don’t Forget the Driver, Upstart Crow, Defending the Guilty, Man Like Mobeen, Count Arthur Strong, Out of her Mind, Toast of Tinseltown, The Goes Wrong Show and Stand Up for Live Comedy. Before joining the BBC Kate produced a number of shows, most notably the BAFTA award-winning Toast of London and David Mitchell and Robert Webb’s Back.

Shane Allen CCO

Shane is the first person to have held the Head of Comedy role at both Channel 4 and the BBC. Key BBC commissioning credits: Peter Kay’s Car Share, Ghosts, Gavin & Stacey 2019 Christmas, Worzel Gummidge, Mum, Fleabag, Inside Number 9, Motherland, Frankie Boyle’s New World Order, Charlie Brooker’s Antiviral Wipe, Man Like Mobeen, This Country, Mandy, Detectorists, The Young Offenders, W1A, The Other One and People Just Do Nothing both the series and movie. He launched the BBC Comedy Association to promote more inclusiveness through writing bursaries and sponsoring off screen production entry roles across numerous shows; as well as bring the New Comedy Awards back to television.

At C4 he was responsible for The Inbetweeners Movie (£45m at the UK box office), Friday Night Dinner, Black Mirror, Toast, Peep Show, The IT Crowd, Cardinal Burns, Fonejacker, Star Stories, PhoneShop and Charlie Brooker’s Dead Set.

Early career in production included The 11 0’Clock Show, Shooting Stars, Ali G in Da USAiiii and The Brass Eye Special.

Joe Nunnery Head of Comedy

Joe began his career at BBC Radio Comedy, where he produced award-winning series including Alexei Sayle’s Imaginary Sandwich Bar and Liam William’s Ladhood for Radio 4. He successfully developed Ladhood for a transition to TV and produced three series of the coming-of-age sitcom for BBC Three, while developing a range of projects at BBC Studios Comedy.

Anjana Antony Team Assistant

Anjana graduated from University of Nottingham with a master’s in Film and TV Industries. She successfully secured the Peter Rice Disney Scholarship and started her career working at 20th Television in LA, as a Current Series Intern. She joined Boffola Pictures in the spring of 2023.