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Terry Deary studied at drama college and worked as an actor-teacher at the TIE company in Wales.
He then became a theatre director and began to write plays for children.
The Guardian explains, "Deary long ago handed over the reins for [his franchise], saying he's more than happy to leave it in the hands of others".
This includes to companies like the Birmingham Stage Company that puts on stage plays adapted from his books, and CBBC that has broadcast an award-winning live-action adaption of his books since 2009.
In the second episode of the new series of award winning comedy Horrible Histories, Henry VIII appears on a TV show hoping to raise money from his antique abbeys.
Also, Charles Darwin sings about his theory of Natural Selection, and a pirate captain aims to be Lord Sugar’s next Historical Apprentice.
He suggested turning the books into large-scale theatre productions. By the early 2010s, Deary decided that the series had naturally come to an end.
He said "It has had a good run, it's had a better run than most children's series", and added that while his publishers have not officially stopped the series, there was "a general feeling" it would finish.
Starring regulars Matthew Baynton, Jim Howick, Simon Farnaby, Martha Howe-Douglas, Laurence Rickard and Ben Willbond.
‘Death’ is also welcomed back as he presides over some of the Most Stupid Deaths in History.
This series sees a terrific ensemble cast of firm favourites return, joined by Chris Addison (The Thick of It), Sarah Hadland (Miranda) and the cast of the League of Gentlemen (Mark Gatiss, Steve Pemberton, Reece Shearsmith).
King Edward III gets married in a building site, Julius Caesar reveals his not-very-secret tips on hiding baldness, we learn the tricks of the criminal trade on the Real Victorian Hustle, and we meet Renaissance Italy’s most corrupt family – the Borgias.
William the Conqueror has some trouble conquering the town of Ely, Greek philosopher Diogenes reveals his disgusting tactic for getting rid of people he doesn’t like, a Saxon joins a modern dating agency, and there is a surprise in store for the people on Victorian Wife Swap.