In addition to his work with the League, Jeremy co-created the BAFTA-nominated comedy drama series Funland (2005, with Simon Ashdown), was script editor and co-writer of BBC1’s BAFTA award-winning Armstrong and Miller Show (2007-2010), and co-creator, co-writer and director of Sky Art’s hit comedy series Psychobitches (2012-2014) – a second Rose d’Or winner for Dyson. In addition he was script editor on the hit BBC shows, Grandma’s House, The Wrong Mans, Bad Education and the Emmy nominated Tracey Ullman’s Show.
Jeremy has written four books, Never Trust a Rabbit (2000), What Happens Now (2006), The Cranes that build the cranes (2009), which won the Edge Hill award for short fiction and most recently The Haunted Book (2012) published by Canongate.
In 2002 he made his first foray into directing – with a short film adaptation of Robert Aickman’s The Cicerones for Film 4, an official selection at the Edinburgh Film Festival that year. In 2010 he co-wrote and co-directed with Andy Nyman the original production of Ghost Stories which broke box-office records at the Liverpool Playhouse and Lyric Theatre, Hammersmith before transferring to the Duke of Yorks and then the Arts Theatre in the West End where it ran until 2015. In 2018, the film version of Ghost Stories, also written and directed by Andy and Jeremy, starring Andy, Martin Freeman and Paul Whitehouse, was released internationally to much critical acclaim, garnering a coveted ‘Certified Fresh’ label from the website ‘Rotten Tomatoes’. The stage version of Ghost Stories has been produced in Canada, Russia, China, Australia, Norway and Finland – and was revived again in the UK in 2019 by its originating theatre, the Lyric Hammersmith.