About Anderson Entertainment

We create, develop, produce and nurture IP and content that create highly engaged raving fans across the globe.

Originally founded by legendary creator Gerry Anderson today the company continues to build on his incredible legacy of globally successful IP.

From content creation and nurturing fanbases, to licensing and merchandising, and from consulting on Anderson and Cult IP related projects to our own direct to consumer and licensing operations...

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The Team

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Jamie Anderson

Managing Director & CCO

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Mary Anderson


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Dej Mahoney

Head of Business Affairs

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Jonathan Lack

Head of Finance

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Tim Collins

Licensing & Brand Consultant

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Nicholas Briggs

Executive Producer of Audio

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Chris Thompson

Design & Content Producer

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Tim Langhus-Griffin

Head of Ecommerce & Customer Relations

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Andrew Clements

Social Content Producer & Director

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Chris Dale

Researcher, Podcast co-host and Social Content Producer

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Richard James

Podcast co-host and Writer

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Ross Arrowsmith

Social Content Producer

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Ben Page

Podcast Producer & Social Manager

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Louise Everson

Customer Support & Community Management

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Laura Samulionyte

Audio Editor


  • Gerry Anderson’s first foray into puppetry with The Adventures of Twizzle
  • Puppet production continues with Torchy the Battery Boy
  • AP Films produces its own puppet series Four Feather Falls
  • Lord Lew Grade of Elstree funds Gerry Anderson’s first science fiction series ‘Supercar’.
  • Supercar premieres on British television
  • Fireball XL5 launches, captivating audiences across the globe.
  • Stingray, the first childrens TV show in the UK filmed entirely in colour goes on the air.
  • TV Century 21 comic launches. Conceived of as a newspaper for children it featured a ‘stop press’ front page with news items and photographs. It soon had a circulation of over 1 million copies per week.
  • Thunderbirds launches on 30th September quickly becoming one of the most popular British TV series ever produced.
  • Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons premieres in September
  • Joe 90 is first aired
  • UFO, Gerry Anderson’s first live action series, launches.
  • Space:1999 premieres across the globe, becoming a smash hit in the UK and USA.
  • Gerry Anderson makes a return to puppetry with Terrahawks, which would run for 3 series.
  • Thunderbirds is rebroadcast by the BBC in the UK leading to Thunderbirds fever!
  • Space Precinct launches on Sky One and BBC2.
  • Gerry Anderson’s CGI reimagining of Captain Scarlet captivates a whole new audience.
  • Gerry Anderson passes away due to Alzheimer’s Disease.
  • Anderson Entertainment launches a Kickstarter campaign to complete ‘Gemini Force One’, Gerry’s final work. Successfully funded, this led to a publishing deal with Orion for three novels.
  • The Gerry Anderson Store launches.
  • Anderson Entertainment and Big Finish begin producing a series of new full-cast audio dramas of Terrahawks.
  • Development begins on Gerry Anderson’s Firestorm, thanks to a highly successful Kickstarter campaign.
  • Anderson Entertainment signs a deal with Network Distributing to allow for physical and digital distribution of all of its library properties.
  • Anderson Entertainment launches the Gerry Anderson Podcast.
  • In October Anderson Entertainment premiered their pilot minisode for Firestorm filmed in ‘Ultramarionation’.
  • Development begins on a reboot of Terrahawks.
  • Anderson Entertainment signs co-production deal with Big Finish Productions to produce a range of new Gerry Anderson audio content.
  • Anderson Entertainment signs an expansive cross-category licensing agreement with ITV Studios.


Epic Story Media has been working with Anderson Entertainment for the last two years, developing a wonderful and Anderson inspired property for a new generation of kids. It has been a great honor and pleasure to see amazing out of this world ideas coming to life! Epic’s goal is to craft franchises that inspire love of story and play while always servicing the amazing talents of the world’s best creators….And that is what we are doing with Anderson Entertainment.

Ken Faier
El Presidente - Epic Story Media

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If you’re interested in licensing content, developing IP with us, working on consumer products or anything else, please get in touch. One of the team will get back to you! Or you can follow our CEO Jamie Anderson on Twitter (@ImJamieAnderson)

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