Biography

Member of:
BAFTA (The British Academy of Film and Television Arts)
EFA. (The European Film Academy)

2021
Fresco ( script)

Base on the novel The Pumilio Child by Judy McInerney
Producer

2020
Currency

Novel by Todd Wood
In development Producer

2018
Paula

Based on the Jewish Survivors Report of Paula Littauer (1939-1944).
Registered at the Jewish Central Information Office Manchester Sq London October 1945.

2017
Swipe Right

Director: Mandie Fletcher
Screenplay: Martin Duffy Mandie Fletcher
Producer (with Mark Forstater)

2014
Addae

Screenplay: Brendan Foley
Producer

2013
Living with Parkinson's

Feature length documentary
Executive Producer

2012
Summer in February

Screenplay/Novel by: Jonathan Smith
Directed by: Christopher Menaul.
Starring: Dominic Cooper, Emily Browning, Dan Stephens, Hattie Morahan.
Executive Producer in Development
www.summerinfebruary.com

2008
Cricket for Change

Producing the DVD promo for their Street20 Inner-City Initiative
cricketforchange.org.uk
Advisor and Producer

2008
RAAD TV

Media Consultnant & Advisor for the global launch
raadtv.com

2007
Ernest Hemingway's Garden of Eden

Screenplay by James Linville, Directed by John Irvin
Staring Mena Survari, Jack Huston and Matthew Modine
A Devonshire Productions Film, in association with Berwick Street Productions
Producer

2007
Rayat Group and Rayat TV

Launching Doordarshan, India’s National Broadcaster
Transmission commences 16th April
A live TV launch spectacular from the Grosvenor Hotel
Executive Producer

2007
What Now

The autobiography by Phil Tuffnell
Screenplay by Tony Riggs and Martin Keatman
Producer

2006
Forging God's Signature

By Alon Davidov
Producer

2005
Anti Social Behaviour in Ibiza

Screenplay by Paul de Villers and Staffan Tollgard
Story by P. de Villers, S.Tollgard and Bob Mahoney, Mosca Films Paris
Executive Producer 

2003
Critical Assignment

Director Jason Xenopoulos
Screenplay by Tunde Babalola.
Story by Tunde Babalola, Celia Couchman and Bob Mahoney
Jury Prize for Best Feature Film” – Hollywood Black Film Festival 2004
Producer

2000
Saatchi & Saatchi

Projects included Critical Assignment for Diageo, Club18-30 The Movie and William to William for the Army.
New Media Advisor

1998
Maisie Raine

Pauline Quirke. B.B.C. Productions
Director

1997
Changing Places

B.M.G. Video/ Movie Starring Nick Berry
Screenplay by Julian Critchley
Producer/ Director 

1997
The Governor

Four one hour episodes of Lynda La Plante’s T.V. series
Starring Janet McTeer
Director

1996
Strike Force

90 minute network drama pilot
Screenplay by Nick McCarty
Director

1995
Chillers - Toby

Screenplay by Glen Chandler
Starring Selena Gordon & Martin Clunes
Director

1995
The Man That Didn't Believe in Ghosts

Screenplay by Antony Horowitz
Starring Peter Egan, Mel Martin and Miles Anderson
Director

1995
The Wanderer

90 minute T.V. Pilot. (U.S.A. cable, SKY and European T.V.)
Screenplay by Roy Clarke
Starring Bryan Brown
Subsequently commissioned for a 13 x 1hr series
Director

1992
Heartbeat

Six one hour episodes, including the pilot episode.
Starring Nick Berry and Niamh Cussak
Screenplays by Johnny Byrne (4), Adele Rose and David Martin
Director

1992
The Conservative Party

Double Whammy & Prime Minister’s Broadcasts
The Conservative Party election T.V. campaign for Saatchi Saatchi
Director

1990
Good Morning He Lied

Screenplay by: David Ambrose
“RECEIVER”
 – Screenplay by Bob Mahoney
USA Orion Pictures / Allied Stars (Dodi Fayed’s company)

1989
A Day in Summer

By J.L. CARR.
Screenplay by Alan Plater
Starring Peter Egan, Jack Sheppard, Jill Bennet and John Sessions
Co-Producer & Director 

1987
May We Borrow Your Husband

by Graham Green.
Screenplay by Dirk Bogarde
Starring Dirk Bogarde with Charlotte Attenborough
Director

1984
Operation Julie

A three hour T.V. drama special screenplay, Gerry O’Hara, Keith Richardson and Bob Mahoney
Writer & Director

1981
The Last of Linda Cleer

30 minute Short Film Winner of the Golden Hugo at the Chicago Film Festival
Original Screenplay and Director

1976
Bob Mahoney & Associates

BMA became one of London’s leading advertising commercial productions houses through which BOB directed. In the UK’s best 100 commercials of the Millennium three recognitions were given to his work.
1976-1989