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Sally Head is a British television producer. She began as a television script editor, then worked as a producer, mainly for the BBC. Her credits as producer include First Born (1988) and The Life and Loves of a She-Devil (1986), and she was executive producer of the first four Prime Suspect television films. She also worked on seminal Granada dramas such as Cracker and Band of Gold .


She founded Sally Head Productions, her own production company, in 1997 with co-directors Gwenda Bagshaw, John Howard and Sarah Simpson.

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