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Mark Greig

Writer

Credits

TELEVISION
Date: 2020-
Production (role):
Melted (Writer)
Company:
Playground Entertainment
Project details:
In development
Date: 2019
Production (role):
The Window (Writer)
Company:
ZDFE / Fuji TV
Project details:
2 x 60 min

Date: 2019-
Production (role):
Badda Brum (Co-writer)
Company:
Working Title TV
Project details:
In development

Co-writing with Adil Ray
Date: 2018
Production (role):
Bulletproof (Writer)
Company:
Vertigo Media / Sky
Project details:
Created by Noel Clarke

Additional material
Date: 2016
Production (role):
Ransom (Writer)
Company:
Big Light / CBS
Project details:
1 x 60min

Thriller-drama depicting two top negotiators who travel the globe to help governments and multinational corporations with complex and life-threatening situations.

Created by Frank Spotnitz
Date: 2016
Production (role):
No Offence 2 (Writer)
Company:
AbbottVision / Channel 4
Project details:
1 x 60min

Nominated for BAFTA TV Award: Best Drama Series

Nominated for Broadcast Award: Best Drama Series

Nominated for Broadcast Award: Best Original programme

Won RTS Award for Best Original Programme
Date: 2015
Production (role):
Marcella
Company:
Buccaneer Media / ITV 1
Project details:
1 x 60min

Crime-drama starring Anna Friel
Date: 2015
Production (role):
No Offence
Company:
AbbottVision / Channel 4
Project details:
1 x 60min
Date: 2014
Production (role):
Critical (Writer)
Company:
Hat Trick / Sky
Project details:
1 x 60min

Starring Lennie James

Drama based at a state-of-the-art Major Trauma Centre, a unit which treats only the most gravely ill or seriously injured.
Date: 2009-10
Production (role):
Paradox (Writer)
Company:
Clerkenwell Films / BBC1
Project details:
1 x 60min
Date: 2008-09
Production (role):
Ashes To Ashes (Writer)
Company:
Kudos / BBC
Project details:
Series 2: 1 episode

Series 1: 2 episodes

Nominated for Best Drama Series at Writer's Guild of Great Britain Awards
Date: 2006
Production (role):
Life On Mars 2 (Writer)
Company:
Kudos / BBC
Project details:
1 episode

Nominated for Writers Guild of Great Britain Award for Best TV Series
Date: 2006
Production (role):
Afterlife 2 (Writer)
Company:
Clerkenwell Films / ITV
Project details:
2 x 60min
Date: 2005-06
Production (role):
The Inspector Lynley Mysteries (Writer)
Company:
BBC
Project details:
Series 5: 1 episode

Series 4: 1 episode
Date: 2003-04
Production (role):
The Bill (Writer)
Company:
Thames TV
Project details:
2 episodes
Date: 2001
Production (role):
Rebus (Writer)
Company:
SMG
Project details:
1 episode
Date: 2000
Production (role):
Taggart (Writer)
Company:
SMG
Project details:
Series 17: 1 episode

Series 16: 1 episode
SHORT
Date: 1999
Production (role):
Tube Tales (Writer)
Company:
Horsepower Films / Sky Movies
Project details:
Ewan McGregor's directorial debut.

Credits

  • Date
    Production (role)
    Company
    Project details
  • Date: 2020-
    Production (role): Melted (Writer)
    Company: Playground Entertainment
    Project details: In development
  • Date: 2019
    Production (role): The Window (Writer)
    Company: ZDFE / Fuji TV
    Project details: 2 x 60 min

  • Date: 2019-
    Production (role): Badda Brum (Co-writer)
    Company: Working Title TV
    Project details: In development

    Co-writing with Adil Ray
  • Date: 2018
    Production (role): Bulletproof (Writer)
    Company: Vertigo Media / Sky
    Project details: Created by Noel Clarke

    Additional material
  • Date: 2016
    Production (role): Ransom (Writer)
    Company: Big Light / CBS
    Project details: 1 x 60min

    Thriller-drama depicting two top negotiators who travel the globe to help governments and multinational corporations with complex and life-threatening situations.

    Created by Frank Spotnitz
  • Date: 2016
    Production (role): No Offence 2 (Writer)
    Company: AbbottVision / Channel 4
    Project details: 1 x 60min

    Nominated for BAFTA TV Award: Best Drama Series

    Nominated for Broadcast Award: Best Drama Series

    Nominated for Broadcast Award: Best Original programme

    Won RTS Award for Best Original Programme
  • Date: 2015
    Production (role): Marcella
    Company: Buccaneer Media / ITV 1
    Project details: 1 x 60min

    Crime-drama starring Anna Friel
  • Date: 2015
    Production (role): No Offence
    Company: AbbottVision / Channel 4
    Project details: 1 x 60min
  • Date: 2014
    Production (role): Critical (Writer)
    Company: Hat Trick / Sky
    Project details: 1 x 60min

    Starring Lennie James

    Drama based at a state-of-the-art Major Trauma Centre, a unit which treats only the most gravely ill or seriously injured.
  • Date: 2009-10
    Production (role): Paradox (Writer)
    Company: Clerkenwell Films / BBC1
    Project details: 1 x 60min
  • Date: 2008-09
    Production (role): Ashes To Ashes (Writer)
    Company: Kudos / BBC
    Project details: Series 2: 1 episode

    Series 1: 2 episodes

    Nominated for Best Drama Series at Writer's Guild of Great Britain Awards
  • Date: 2006
    Production (role): Life On Mars 2 (Writer)
    Company: Kudos / BBC
    Project details: 1 episode

    Nominated for Writers Guild of Great Britain Award for Best TV Series
  • Date: 2006
    Production (role): Afterlife 2 (Writer)
    Company: Clerkenwell Films / ITV
    Project details: 2 x 60min
  • Date: 2005-06
    Production (role): The Inspector Lynley Mysteries (Writer)
    Company: BBC
    Project details: Series 5: 1 episode

    Series 4: 1 episode
  • Date: 2003-04
    Production (role): The Bill (Writer)
    Company: Thames TV
    Project details: 2 episodes
  • Date: 2001
    Production (role): Rebus (Writer)
    Company: SMG
    Project details: 1 episode
  • Date: 2000
    Production (role): Taggart (Writer)
    Company: SMG
    Project details: Series 17: 1 episode

    Series 16: 1 episode
  • Date
    Production (role)
    Company
    Project details
  • Date: 1999
    Production (role): Tube Tales (Writer)
    Company: Horsepower Films / Sky Movies
    Project details: Ewan McGregor's directorial debut.