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Greg Brenman - Chief Executive

Greg established Drama Republic with his long-term colleague Roanna Benn in 2013. Their first production was Hugo Blick’s The Honourable Woman, an eight-part political thriller for BBC / SundanceTV which transmitted in the UK & around the world to great success. In 2014, Drama Republic produced the second series of the extremely popular E4 drama My Mad Fat Diary, written by Tom Bidwell.

In 2015, DR produced the multi award-winning Doctor Foster, a psychological drama for BBC One by dramatist Mike Bartlett, as well as a one-off adaptation of J B Priestley's extraordinary play, An Inspector Calls which won the Best Single Drama Award at the Broadcasting Press Guild Awards. Greg also executive produced the acclaimed BAFTA-nominated adaptation of Mike Bartlett’s stage play King Charles III.

Greg has recently completed Hugo Blick’s Black Earth Rising, which broadcast on BBC Two in Autumn 2018 and will be released globally on Netflix in 2019.

Before Drama Republic, Greg produced over 500 hours of popular and critically acclaimed TV drama with Tiger Aspect Productions. From Peaky Blinders, Ripper Street, Prisoners Wives, and Robin Hood right through to Secret Diary of a Call Girl, Omagh, White Girl, Kid in the Corner , Low Winter Sun and the multi BAFTA-winning & Oscar-nominated Billy Elliot, Greg spearheaded an exciting range of commercial and critical successes. Through Drama Republic, Greg continues to produce and develop top quality drama for the UK and around the world.