Much has been said about Netflix hit Baby Reindeer since it landed on the streamer back in April, from praising creator Richard Gadd's depiction of the most harrowing subjects, to condemning armchair detectives trying to find out who the real people behind the characters might be.


The conversation surrounding Gadd's poignant, and often brutal story, which is a fictionalised version of real events, has led him to declare he won't comment on the identities of the people involved again.

At the end of the penultimate episode of Baby Reindeer, a dedication to Llewellyn Harrison appears on screen.

But who is he and how does he relate to the acclaimed series? Read on to find out.

Who was Llewellyn Harrison?

Donny standing behind the bar in a pub, talking to Martha
Richard Gadd as Donny in Baby Reindeer. Netflix

Llewellyn Harrison was among those who worked in the camera department on Baby Reindeer, serving as the key grip on the show.

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Harrison worked as a grip on over 60 projects across his career, including series such as Hustle, Holby City, Lark Rise to Candleford, Episodes, Scott & Bailey, Death in Paradise and Top Boy.

Films he worked on included Rare Beasts, After Love, Everybody's Talking About Jamie and, most recently MCU film The Marvels.

Grips are responsible for non-electrical support gear on a set, including camera and lighting rigs.

A JustGiving Crowd Funding page was set up in his memory towards the start of this year, alongside a message saying: "Llewellyn was a much-loved colleague, friend and mentor to many. His sudden death has shocked us all, and his absence will be truly missed. We would like to take this opportunity to raise funds for the family he leaves behind."

The page had a target set of £500, and over £12,000 has been raised so far.

Among the dedications on the JustGiving page was one from Baby Reindeer's production company, Clerkenwell Films, which reads: "Our deepest condolences to the family. He was a wonderful man who was a credit to his profession."

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