Andy Mundy-Castle

Dochearts

Founder and CEO

Andy Mundy-Castle

Founder of Doc Hearts, Andy Mundy-Castle is known for producing high end content that authentically represents diverse communities. 

From the award winning ‘Lenny Henry: The Commonwealth Kid’ (BBC1), ‘Charlene White Empires Child’ (ITV), to the critically acclaimed ‘Motocross Girl’ (CBBC) and the RTS winning BAFTA nominated ‘Battyman’ (C4), Mundy-Castle’s work has been regarded highly as work that documents the Black experience with rigour and style. 

Mundy-Castle is the owner and creator of the formats ‘Go Green With The Grimwades’ which was Andy’s first preschool show (Milkshake! My5), ‘The Black Lesbian Handbook’, ‘Britain’s Abandoned Playgrounds’ and the standout MIPCOM hit show ‘What Did I Do Last Night?’

He is a father of two young children and lives in London.