Originally from Birmingham, Delyth started her career in television drama as an assistant floor manager for BBC Wales before freelancing as a first AD.
Her directing break came on the Welsh language hospital series Glan Hafren (nicknamed 'Casualty on speed').
Since then she has worked on a wide range of drama, including The Bill, City Central, A&E, Julian Fellowes Investigates a Most Mysterious Murder, Hope and Glory, and Richard Herring’s feature length comedy-drama You Can Choose Your Friends.
Also working in children’s TV, she directed 3 seasons of the hugely successful The Story of Tracy Beaker for which she was nominated for a BAFTA, and headed up the anarchic comedy The Revenge Files of Alistair Fury which won a BAFTA for best drama. Latterly she’s completed ITV’s Tati’s Hotel, a live action/puppet series for ITV, and has both a TV and film project in development. .