Jeremy Paul (screenwriter)

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Jeremy Paul
Born Jeremy Paul Roche
29 July 1939
Bexhill, East Sussex, England
Died 3 May 2011
Nationality British
Occupation Television writer
Spouse(s) Patricia
Children 4 daughters
Parent(s) Joan Haythorne

Jeremy Paul (29 July 1939 - 3 May 2011) was a British film and television writer.

He was born Jeremy Paul Roche on 29 July 1939 in Bexhill, East Sussex, the son of the actress Joan Haythorne.[1]

Alan Gibson came up with the idea for The Flipside of Dominick Hide (1980), a Play for Today he co-wrote with Jeremy Paul and directed. They collaborated again on its sequel, Another Flip for Dominick (1982).[2]

He co-wrote the song Mistletoe and Wine, which was a Christmas No 1 for Cliff Richard in 1988.[1]

Selected film (as writer)[edit]

Selected television (as writer)[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Coveney, Michael (25 May 2011). "Jeremy Paul obituary". The Guardian. Retrieved 22 July 2015. 
  2. ^ Richard Hewett "Flipside of Dominick Hide, The (1980)", BFI screenonline

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