Comedy. Drama. Family. Three times nominated BAFTA director. Co-founder of the Call it! app.
Delyth began her career as a runner, working her way up the ranks to 1st AD. A passion for directing led to a couple of short films which in turn led to breakthrough directing gig on Glan Hafren, a Welsh language medical series fondly known as ‘Casualty on speed’. Then came Hollyoaks, The Bill and the final series of Dangerfield with Nigel Havers and Idris Elba.
More primetime TV dramas followed: Hope and Glory (Sir Lenny Henry), A&E (Martin Shaw), two period-drama singles for Julian Fellowes Investigates a Most Mysterious Murder and Richard Herring’s one-off comedy drama, You Can Choose Your Friends… She has also helmed iconic, award-winning family shows: three seasons of the hugely successful family dramas The Story of Tracy Beaker, Bafta winner The Revenge Files of Alistair Fury, the acclaimed Jaqueline Wilson adaptation of Hetty Feather and The Worst Witch for CBBC, ZDF and Netflix US. Recent work includes the closing episodes of Victoria (Jenna Coleman, Tom Hughes) Vera (Brenda Blethyn), Silent Witness (Emilia Fox) and latterly Then you Run for Sky.
As voice director she has worked on several video games including Sacred 3, RuneScape and Wonderbook: Book of Potions, and animated shorts for the National Trust.