Jonathan Lea

Let's not get too serious

Jonathan, 'Jonny' or 'Jon' Lea began writing for British TV and Radio way back in the 80s when he was a regular comedy contributor at the same time as young hopefuls such as Rowan Atkinson, Tracey Ullman, Pamela Stephenson, Lenny Henry and Hugh Laurie were making it big. Jon leapt out of scriptwriting and into the glamorous world of advertising to become a 'trendy' copywriter, now writing for, amongst others, Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum, on behalf of his current London agency, Brandwidth. Jon spends lots of time wondering about Time and has written a book entitled 'The Great Now, available on Amazon Kindle, which has nothing to do with comedy and is inexplicably hard to read - in fact, I'm not sure I understand it myself.

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