Cavan Scott

Cavan Scott
Born (1973-04-17) 17 April 1973
Bristol, UK
Occupation Comic Writer, Author
Nationality British
Period 2000 -

Cavan Scott (born 17 April 1973) is a freelance comic writer and author. He is best known for his work on a variety of spin-offs from the BBC Television series Doctor Who" as well as comics and novels for "Star Wars, "Vikings" and "Penguins of Madagascar"

In April 2016 his 2016 World Book Day book "Star Wars: The Escape" became the UK's number one bestselling book.

He was also script editor on the first series of Highlander talking books and produced Blakes 7 for Big Finish Productions.

He has written a number of books based upon the BBC Television series Countryfile and Planet Dinosaur as well as a children's books and comic based on such popular children's franchises Skylanders, Disney Inifinity, Adventure Time and Angry Birds.

He is currently writing a series of Sherlock Holmes novels for Titan Books, the first of which "The Patchwork Devil" was published in 2016.

Scott conceived and launched Countryfile Magazine in 2007 and has written for over 30 national magazines and newspapers. He regularly appears on local and national radio commentating on rural affairs and has been a judge of various countryside awards including the RSPB Farming for Nature Award and the FARMA Farm Retailer of the Year.[1] More recently he appeared on BBC Breakfast to discuss the casting of Peter Calpaldi as the 12th Doctor Who.[2]

He also writes serialised children's books for "Fiction Express", the next of which is "Snaffles the Cat Burglar".[3]

He lives near Bristol with his wife Clare and their daughters Chloe and Connie.




Radio plays

Short stories

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