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  • Ed Bye was born in 1955 in London, England as Edward Richard Morison Bye. He is a director and producer, known for (1988), (2000) and (1996). He has been married to since May 16, 1988. They have three children.

    When she finally relaxes with husband Ed Bye in the living room – eating a small bowl of jelly, legs flung over the side of the armchair – she is a much toned down version of her loud, brash, on-screen persona. Smart, sharp, and funny, she is also small and pretty. She speaks quickly in staccato sentences and fidgets constantly – particularly with a plastic pig she’s discovered on the table next to her, which does an inflatable poo when squeezed. It will, she says, be the star of her next show.

  • This week's passenger is Ed Bye, director of Red Dwarf and Bottom.
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    Ed Bye attended Mount House School, , Devon, in the late 1960s, where he was known as a swimmer.[] He is married to and has three children.

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    Ed Bye attended Mount House School, , Devon, in the late 1960s, where he was known as a swimmer.[] He is married to and has three children.

This week's passenger is Ed Bye, director of Red Dwarf and Bottom

Ed Bye attended Mount House School, Tavistock, Devon, in the late 1960s, where he was known as a swimmer. He is married to Ruby Wax and has three children.