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Diederick Santer was born on 3 July, 1969 in Cambridge, United Kingdom, is a British television producer. Discover Diederick Santer's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 51 years old?
|Age||52 years old|
|Born||3 July 1969|
|Birthplace||Cambridge, United Kingdom|
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|Net Worth in 2021||$1 Million - $5 Million|
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In 2015 Diederick become Joint CEO of Kudos, with Lovely Day becoming absorbed into Kudos. In 2016 he became sole Chief Executive. Diederick executive produces a number of the Kudos shows, including Grantchester (now in its third series), Flowers, and Tin Star.
In 2014 Lovely Day's crime series Grantchester was ITV's highest-rated new drama series of the year.
Following the show's 25th anniversary live episode, Santer stepped down on 1 March 2010 and Bryan Kirkwood took over.
After stepping down from EastEnders, Santer continued to work at the BBC, executive producing in a special position developing "new shows that can be internationally co-produced". In May 2010, he left the BBC after ten years to set up his own production company called Lovely Day.
Santer presided over numerous highly successful storylines during his time as executive producer, such as the aftermath of the demise of Pauline Fowler, the Christmas 2007 episode which saw the reveal of Max Branning and Stacey Slater's affair attracted 14 million viewers and who killed Archie of Christmas 2009 was also widely acclaimed.
Santer became Executive Producer of EastEnders on 23 October 2006, his first episode airing on 5 January 2007, replacing Kate Harwood . He introduced several characters to the show, including ethnic minority and gay characters to make the show 'feel more 21st Century'. Characters he introduced include Zainab Masood, Shabnam Masood, Masood Ahmed, Tamwar Masood, Christian Clarke, Whitney Dean, Tiffany Dean, Ronnie Mitchell, Roxy Mitchell, Archie Mitchell, Jack Branning, Heather Trott, Lucas Johnson, Ryan Malloy and Syed Masood. He also reintroduced a number of previous characters to the programme including Janine Butcher, Bianca Jackson, Steven Beale and Louise Mitchell. He also axed a number of characters including Kevin Wicks, Deano Wicks, Carly Wicks, Mickey Miller, Keith Miller, Honey Mitchell, Yolande Trueman, Garry Hobbs and Dawn Swann. He was also responsible for recasting the role of Bobby Beale
Santer moved to Granada Television where he script-edited the first two series of A&E and The Last Train before joining BBC Drama Series and Serials in 2000, where he produced the first three series of Debbie Horsfield's hairdressing drama Cutting It, starring Sarah Parish and Amanda Holden. He also produced The Taming of the Shrew, the Bafta-nominated Much Ado About Nothing for BBC One, and a lavish adaptation of Jane Eyre.
His TV career began in 1996 as a freelance script reader for United Productions before becoming script editor on the first two series of Where the Heart Is, and assistant script editor on Paul Abbott's ITV series Touching Evil.
Diederick Santer (born 3 July 1969) is a British television producer and is best known for his work on the popular BBC television soap opera EastEnders, a post which he assumed on 23 October 2006 and left on 1 March 2010. He is managing director of drama production company Lovely Day.