Jeremy Brock

Jeremy Brock

Highest Rated: 92% Her Majesty, Mrs. Brown (1997)

Lowest Rated: Not Available

Birthday: Not Available

Birthplace: Brussels, Belgium

Jeremy Brock is an award-winning screenwriter and the director of the autobiographical 2006 film "Driving Lessons." At the age of 19, the young Brock started a platonic relationship with the great British actress Dame Peggy Ashcroft, assisting her with odd jobs, and the two eventually became friends. After a year, though, he drifted away, but their relationship became the bedrock for "Driving Lessons," starring Julie Walters as the actress and Rupert Grint as the Brock stand-in; the film received good notices on the film circuit. Brock is more known, however, for his work as a screenwriter and as the co-creator of the popular British medical drama "Casualty" and the police drama "Holby Blue." Frequently setting his scripts in the past, his best known work can be seen in the stately drama "Mrs. Brown," which contains career standout performances from Judi Dench and Billy Connolly, and in 2006's "The Last King of Scotland," for which star Forrest Whitaker won a much-deserved Oscar as Ugandan dictator Idi Amin. Brock also wrote the scripts for the World War II espionage thriller "Charlotte Gray" and the feature film version of "Brideshead Revisited." In 2011, he went farther back in time to adapt Rosemary Sutcliff's historical novel "The Eagle of the Ninth," set during the Roman conquest of Britain.




0% 29% Dark Crimes Screenwriter - 2016
49% 49% The King's Gardens Screenwriter $551.6K 2014
66% 55% How I Live Now Screenwriter $60.1K 2013
40% 41% The Eagle Screenwriter $19.5M 2011
No Score Yet 75% I Am Slave Screenwriter - 2010
62% 52% Brideshead Revisited Writer $6.4M 2008
48% 71% Driving Lessons Director,
$238.8K 2006
87% 89% The Last King of Scotland Writer $17.6M 2006
33% 62% Charlotte Gray Screenwriter $668.1K 2001
92% 79% Her Majesty, Mrs. Brown Writer $9.2M 1997


No Score Yet No Score Yet Casualty Creator,
2005 2008