Amelia Bullmore

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Film, TV & Theatre

Agent: St John Donald
Assistant: Jonny Jones

Film, TV & Theatre

 

Amelia studied Drama at Manchester University. She started out as an actress and began writing professionally in 1994. She continues to do both.

Her first play, Mammals, directed by Anna Mackmin, had an extended sell-out run at The Bush in 2005 and went on a national tour in 2006. The play was staged in Los Angeles in 2009. Mammals was short-listed for the What's On Stage Best New Comedy award and co-won the Susan Smith Blackburn Award.

Her adaptation of Ibsen's Ghosts, directed by Anna Mackmin, had a sell-out run at The Gate in 2007 and has since been produced at The Citizens Theatre, Glasgow.

She wrote a short play for the Old Vic's 24 Hour Plays in 2009. It was directed by Anna Mackmin.

Her recent work includes the play Di And Viv And Rose, originally at the Hampstead before transferring to the West End.

For television, Amelia has written episodes of This Life, series 2 (Writers Guild Best Television Drama), Attachments and Scott and Bailey series 2, 3 and 4. She devised and co-wrote a series of ten minute films, Black Cab. She was a Dennis Potter Award finalist in 2000 for her television screenplay, The Middle.

Amelia's radio writing includes four series of Craven, a Fact to Fiction; Cashflow and the afternoon plays The Middle, Family Tree and The Bat Man.

Theatre

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DI AND VIV AND ROSE

2013

Hampstead Theatre/West End

Directed by Anna Mackmin
Vaudeville Theatre

24 Hour Plays

2009

The Old Vic

Directed by Anna Mackmin

GHOSTS

2009

Citizen's Theatre Glasgow

Directed by Jeremy Raisen

MAMMALS

2009

The Lost Studio, LA

Directed by John Pleshette

GHOSTS

2007

The Gate

Adaptation of Ibsen play
Directed by Anna Mackmin

MAMMALS

2005

Bush Theatre/UK Tour

Directed by Anna Mackmin
*WINNER* Susan Smith Blackburn Award 2005-6
*Nominated* Whats On Stage Best New Comedy Award 2006

Television

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SCOTT & BAILEY

Red/BBC

7 x 45min Episodes
Series 2 Episode 7 (2012)
Series 3 Episode 6 & 7 (2013)
Series 4 Episodes 1, 2, 7 & 8 (2014)

ATTACHMENTS

2000

World Productions/BBC

Series 1 Episode 7 'Hot Mail'
Series 1 Episode 2 'Plug & Play'
Directed by Harry Bradbeer

BLACK CAB

2000

World Productions/BBC

10 x 10min films
Series Devisor/Writer
Directed by Nicholas Laughland/Susan Tully

JAM

2000

Talkback Productions

Series 1 Episode 5
Directed by Christopher Morris

BIG TRAIN

1998

Talkback Productions

Additional Material (6 Episodes)

THIS LIFE

1997

World Productions/BBC

Series 2
Episode 10 'When the Dope Comes In'
Episode 11 'She's Gotta Get It'
Directed by Harry Bradbeer
*WINNER* The Writers Guild of Great Britain - Best Original TV Drama Series

Radio

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THE BATMAN

2009

BBC Radio 4

Starring Bill Nighy
Directed by Mary Peake

CRAVEN

2009

Red/BBC Radio 4

Writer/Creator
Series 1 (2009), 2-4 (2012) and 6 (2014)
Starring Maxine Peake

THE MIDDLE

2009

BBC Radio 4

For Saturday Drama
Directed by Mary Peake

FROM FACT TO FICTION

2007

BBC Radio 4

Series 3 Episode 4
'Cash Flow'