Comedian and actor Omid Djalili has launched a new production company, Tiny Speck,  alongside his family with Shahin Sobhani joining as executive producer

Tiny Speck Productions “aims to explore society’s big questions through a hopeful lens,” with scripted and unscripted comedy.

“I’m thrilled to be announcing the formation of our new company, Tiny Speck Productions. A small but joyful speck is appearing on the horizon of drama, comedy, documentary, podcast and quite possibly a synchronised swimming team.

“My family and I have been working together for years, and we thought it would make sense to formalise it. I’ve always believed that when we are laughing our brains work better – we see things more clearly and feel better able to handle life’s difficult questions. It’s something we need in the world, now more than ever,” said Djalili

Ara Devine, Isabella Djalili-Devine, and Louis Djalili each have a decade of experience in the film and television industry, and will join Djalili as producers.

Shahin Sobhani joins Tiny Speck as an executive producer. He has produced films such as The Infidel and Guidance, as well as a wide range of media, including documentaries and podcasts.

Tiny Speck Productions’s slate includes a scripted campus comedy series, a climate-related feature film, podcasts, and a feature documentary.


Jon Creamer

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