Kenneth Alan Taylor
He started writing Pantos in 1962 in Oldham, and then moved to the Nottingham Playhouse to write there for more than 30 years.  He was artistic director of Nottingham Playhouse for seven years. According to Nick Clark of The Stage magazine, "He is one of the UK’s foremost pantomime writers, directors and, until recently, dames." 
Awards and recognitionEdit
His awards include the Manchester Evening News best supporting actor for Price and a Nottingham University honorary doctor of letters in 2011. In January 2019, Nottingham City Transport named one of their buses after him to mark his 35th Nottingham Playhouse Pantomime.
He was born in 1937 in Canning Town, London.
Taylor is married to Judith Barker. They have two children; award-winning make-up designer Jessica Taylor and Award-winning lighting designer Jason Taylor.
He has five grandchildren.
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