Television and film scriptwriter Andrew Knight set up Artists Services in 1989 with Steve Vizard (q.v.) as a production company for their television comedy series 'Fast Forward' and television program 'Tonight Live'. Knight also wrote, with Max Dann (q.v.) the films Spotswood and Siam Sunset anda television series for children, 'Worst Best Friends' based on Dann's books Adventures with My Worst Best Friend, Going Bananas, and Dusting in Love. With Deb Cox (q.v.) he wrote the popular television series 'SeaChange'. His work also includes television series 'Kangaroo Palace', 'After the Deluge' and 'Tripping Over'. He published Dying to Know (2007), a book about coping with death, co-authored with Andrew Anastasios.
Source: Liz Porter, 'Knight's Camera Inaction' The Sunday Age 17 August 2008: 18
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