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Born in 1969, Gilley spent his early years in Southampton, England.
Life and career
Following a decade of professional acting, in 1994 Gilley started a film making company, P.U.R.E. Productions.
In 1998, Gilley began to make the Peace One Day documentary, eventually deciding to aim for a UN resolution formalising the idea. This goal was reached in 2001.
Gilley organised two concerts at Brixton Academy, London, on 21 September 2002 and 2003. In 2004, the Peace One Day documentary premiered at the Edinburgh Film Festival, then the BBC aired the documentary in September of the same year. On the other side of the Atlantic in 2005, Angelina Jolie and Jonny Lee Miller hosted the North American Film Premiere to highlight Peace Day.
Gilley produced and filmed The Day After Peace, in association with the BBC. The film documents polio vaccinations on 21 September 2007 in Afghanistan. In May 2008 Jeremy Gilley received the award Campaigner of the Year.
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- Jeremy Gilley at the Internet Movie Database
- Jeremy Gilley's work at lookthestars.com
- Jeremy Gilley at TED