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Stolen Picture is the brainchild of Simon Pegg and Nick Frost, created to devise and produce entertainment in line with the unique voice they have developed over twenty years of working together.

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Truth Seekers

‘Truth Seekers has plenty of small-town British charm … but the series also quickly reveals itself to be a genuinely creepy bit of horror, with ghost stories that are tragic and poignant, startling and violent.’ - Variety

Out of Her Mind

‘...a striking take down of modern romance by an iconoclast on wheels' - The Sunday Times

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Nick Frost

Nick Frost

Co-Founder

Nick is an actor, writer and producer. He started his career in the acclaimed British comedy, Spaced, working alongside best mate, Simon Pegg. The pair went on to star in The Cornetto Trilogy of movies – Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz and The World’s End – before going on to co-write and co-star in Paul, their alien adventure comedy that became an international box office hit. Nick and Simon also brought the Thompson Twins to life in Stephen Spielberg and Peter Jackson’s The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn. Nick’s many film credits include Richard Curtis’ The Boat That Rocked, Joe Cornish’s Attack The Block and Stephen Merchant’s Fighting With My Family. Recent international TV roles include Into the Badlands (AMC), Why Women Kill (CBS), The Nevers (HBO) and Truth Seekers (Amazon Prime). As well as starring in Truth Seekers, Nick co-wrote the series and served as an Executive Producer. He is currently writing a horror feature for Stolen Picture.

Simon Pegg

Simon Pegg

Co-Founder

Simon is an actor, writer and producer. He co-wrote and co-starred in the critically acclaimed British comedy Spaced, appearing alongside best mate Nick Frost. Simon developed and co-wrote Shaun of the Dead with Edgar Wright, starring as the eponymous hero, Shaun. Simon and Edgar went on to write Hot Fuzz and The World’s End, completing the Cornetto Trilogy in which Simon and Nick co-star. Simon and Nick then co-wrote and co-starred in their alien adventure feature, Paul, with Seth Rogen and Sigourney Weaver. Simon stars as Montgomery Scott (“Scotty”) in J.J. Abrams’ acclaimed reboot of the Star Trek films and wrote the screenplay for Star Trek Beyond. He also stars as Benji Dunn in the hit movie franchise Mission: Impossible. Recent TV roles include The Boys (Amazon Studios) and Truth Seekers (Amazon Prime), which he also co-wrote. Simon is currently writing several TV projects for Stolen Picture.

Jan Roldanus

Jan Roldanus

Commercial Director

Before joining Stolen Picture, Jan ran GreenGo Films, a Rio-based production services business which he founded in 2004 to produce commercials, TV shows and feature films. Jan’s experience has been gained internationally and in a variety of roles, including independent film producer and a talent agent with ICM. As Head of Development at the renowned British production and sales company, HandMade Films, he developed several features including Guy Ritchie’s first, Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels. As Head of Feature Film Development at TalkBack Productions, Jan lead a first look deal with Buena Vista International to produce British comedies for international distribution.

Lucy Robinson

Lucy Robinson

Creative Director

Lucy joined Stolen Picture from Viacom CBS where she was Head of Original Content for Comedy Central and Paramount Channels UK and International. She started her TV career by selling her first show to Channel 4 aged 24, and her subsequent credits include BAFTA-nominated Born to Kill, Confessions of A Diary Secretary, Hustle, The Wrong Mans, Golden Rose of Montreux winner Lenny Henry in Pieces, Pramface (which she also co-created) and The 11 O’Clock Show.

Emma Bell

Emma Bell

Head of Development

Emma started out as a journalist, writing a syndicated weekly UK newspaper column aged sixteen. After a stint as a press officer at the Edinburgh Fringe, she began her TV career at Paramount Comedy. Creative roles as a writer, script editor, director and producer followed. Emma spent over a decade working across Sky’s biggest entertainment brands, and held several executive roles including Head of Digital Entertainment and Head of Development. Her recent credits include Truth Seekers (Amazon Prime) and Out of Her Mind (BBC2).

Simon Pegg & Nick Frost

Simon Pegg & Nick Frost

Co-Founders

Simon and Nick are best mates, long term collaborators and the founders of Stolen Picture. Since first working together on acclaimed British comedy Spaced, they have subsequently starred together in the Cornetto Trilogy of movies - Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz and The World’s End – and in Paul, their alien adventure feature which they also co-wrote. They created Stolen Picture to devise and produce entertainment in line with the unique voice they have developed together over twenty years of creative collaboration and friendship.

Jan Roldanus

Jan Roldanus

Commercial Director

Before joining Stolen Picture, Jan ran GreenGo Films, a Rio-based production services business which he founded in 2004 to produce commercials, TV shows and feature films. Jan’s experience has been gained internationally and in a variety of roles, including independent film producer and a talent agent with ICM. As Head of Development at the renowned British production and sales company, HandMade Films, he developed several features including Guy Ritchie’s first, Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels. As Head of Feature Film Development at TalkBack Productions, Jan lead a first look deal with Buena Vista International to produce British comedies for international distribution.

Lucy Robinson

Lucy Robinson

Creative Director

Lucy joined Stolen Picture from Viacom CBS where she was Head of Original Content for Comedy Central and Paramount Channels UK and International. She started her TV career by selling her first show to Channel 4 aged 24, and her subsequent credits include BAFTA-nominated Born to Kill, Confessions of A Diary Secretary, Hustle, The Wrong Mans, Golden Rose of Montreux winner Lenny Henry in Pieces, Pramface (which she also co-created) and The 11 O’Clock Show.

Emma Bell

Emma Bell

Head of Development

Emma started out as a journalist, writing a syndicated weekly UK newspaper column aged sixteen. After a stint as a press officer at the Edinburgh Fringe, she began her TV career at Paramount Comedy. Creative roles as a writer, script editor, director and producer followed. Emma spent over a decade working across Sky’s biggest entertainment brands, and held several executive roles including Head of Digital Entertainment and Head of Development. Her recent credits include Truth Seekers (Amazon Prime) and Out of Her Mind (BBC2).

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