Jeremy Dyson

1966

Jeremy was born in Leeds, Yorkshire. He attended Leeds University where he received a degree in Philosophy. He then went on to the Northern School of Film and Television where he received an M.A. in scriptwriting. It was at Leeds University that Jeremy met fellow League of Gentlemen members Mark Gatiss, Steve Pemberton, and Reece Shearsmith. Jeremy Dyson is the "reclusive" member of the famous League of Gentlemen team. He mainly writes and works behind the camera, but will sometimes make small cameo appearances. Jeremy has had a number of books published, including the "The Cranes that Build the Cranes", winner of 2010 Edge Hill Award. In 2010, with Andy Nyman he co-wrote and directed the supernatural-themed play "Ghost Stories", which ran for over two years in London's West End and has since seen further productions in China, Australia, Canada, Russia and South America. In 2011, "Roald Dahl's Twisted Tales" his adaptation of some of the author's best loved adult short stories, was pro

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