Ross Jameson

Ross Jameson is an Anglo-Irish writer for film and television. He began his career as a copywriter, working for British and American advertising agencies including DDB, Leo Burnett and Publicis. He has spent the last 15 years working as a screenwriter and independent filmmaker.

Ross cut his teeth in the US writing and re-writing scripts for Anonymous Content and Edward R. Pressman Films. In the UK he has written the scripts for several indie films including "The Sleeping Room", and for BBC Films through iFeatures. He also adapted the Catalan novel "Mecanoscrit del Segon Origen" with Bigas Luna for the film "Second Origin".

He has also written, edited and directed numerous short films including an iShorts film for Creative England and a horror segment for Film4 FrightFest.

A member of the Writers Guild of Great Britain, Ross is represented in the UK by Edward Hughes at Linda Seifert Management and for US-based projects by Todd Schulkin at Schulkin Management.

South East

Edward Hughes,
Linda Seifert Management,
Room 315,
22 Highbury Grove,
London, N5 2ER
T: 020 3214 8293

2021 - Rino (black comedy TV series in development with Evil Doghouse Productions based on the Norwegian crime novels by Lars Lenth)

2021 - The Effigy of Mary Seer (supernatural short film and proof of concept for the feature film)

2020 - Winnie & The White Supremes (black comedy TV series in development with Fremantle/Hare & Tortoise based on Ross' original feature script)

2018 - Remember Remember (UK-set screenplay for a thriller in development with An Evening at the Crow Films Ltd)

2017 - Salon Shuffle (black comedy short film), Strangles Point (UK-set screenplay for a revenge thriller in development with Creative England and Cotton-Reel Entertainment)

2015 - Look Once Look Twice (short film), Second Origin (Spanish-set screenplay adapted from the novel by Manuel de Pedrolo, co-written with director Bigas Luna)

2014 - The Sleeping Room (UK-set screenplay for the supernatural feature film), The Man Who Choked (short film)

2013 - Shortcuts to Hell: Volume 1 (segment from feature film anthology)

2008/09 - Freefonix (4 episodes of TV series)


Comedy, Film, Television