The Writers of Wales Database
Boyd Clack is an actor, writer, singer and musician. He grew up in Tonyrefail, graduating from the Welsh College of Music and Drama in 1986. Boyd has lived in Australia, London and Amsterdam, and has starred in prominent television shows and films (e.g. 'Final Cut'; 'A Small Summer Party'; 'Twin Town'), written sitcoms and worked on theatrical one man shows. He co-wrote and acted in three series of 'Satellite City, which won a BAFTA Cymru award for ‘Best Light Entertainment’, and wrote the popular Welsh television series 'High Hopes'. He has also released his self penned songs and music debut album 'Welsh Bitter', which is available from amazon.co.uk.
Boyd has recently published his literary autobiography with Parthian, entitled Kisses Sweeter Than Wine (Parthian, 2010).
The photo of Boyd above is copyright to Ben Hussain
With respect to Kisses Sweeter Than Wine (Parthian, 2010)
"…A remarkable and brilliantly written insight…"
"…You can take the boy out of Tonyrefail but you can't take the phenomenal out of Boyd Clack. He is a supernova from a parallel universe. Enjoy and beware..."
Kisses Sweeter Than Wine (Parthian, 2010)