Heydon Prowse

Heydon Prowse born 1981, is a British activist, journalist, satirist and comedian. He is best known for writing and performing in BBC Three's Bafta-winning "The Revolution Will Be Televised" alongside Jolyon Rubinstein.

He was educated at King Alfred School, London and the University of Sussex where he studied philosophy, graduating in '2004'. Heydon made national news in the UK in '2009', when a secret recording he made of Conservative politician Alan Duncan in the Houses of Parliament resulted in Duncan's dismissal. As a schoolboy ,he played Colin Craven in the '1993' film" The Secret Garden".

In '2013', Prowse directed his first VICE show, presented by Nimrod Kamer at the Venice Film Festival .

For the United Kingdom general election, 2015, Prowse changed his name to Michael Green via deed poll ,in order to stand as an independent candidate against Grant Shapps in the Welwyn Hatfield constituency. The name Michael Green is a pseudonym of Shapps which has attracted controversy. He secured 216 votes in the election, placing sixth out of seven candidates.

Prowse also acted as the presenter for the BBC documentary show "The Town That Took on the Taxman "shown in January '2016'.

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Crew Credits

Revolting (2017)
Show crew as Creator (3 episodes)
Episode crew as Writer (3 episodes)