Billy Macqueen

Billy Macqueen is co-founder of award-winning UK indie Darrall Macqueen [1] and has created and executive produced numerous rating winning children’s television shows including Smile, Bear Behaving Badly, Pet Squad and Baby Jake. Billy’s first children’s format success came in 1996 with Ghost TrainITV’s acclaimed Saturday morning show – which he devised and produced for ITV aged 27 – and ran for three seasons. At the Walt Disney Company in London, as Vice President of International Programming and Development, he created Wake Up In the Wild Room and Disney’s Roadhog and other ratings winning formulas that are still broadcaster favourites around the world today. Billy’s key role in Darrall Macqueen is building on the company’s excellent broadcaster, commissioner and business relationships in the international marketplace as well as the UK. Billy lives in Central London with his food writer wife Vicky Bennison. He has a 23-year-old daughter, Megan, and 29 year old stepson, Charlie.


  1. Kristin Brzoznowski "CBBC to Air Pet Squad", September 9, 2010

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