Jamie Demetriou
Jamie Demetriou

Jamie Demetriou

  • British
  • Actor, writer, editor, executive producer and comedian

Known for: Cockroaches (Randal), Stath Lets Flats (Stath), People Time (Actor)

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Jamie Demetriou's year in TV

"I'm not shutting the door on Stath Lets Flats."

Hannah J. Davies, The Guardian, 13th May 2022

2022 BAFTA TV Awards winners

Motherland has won Best Scripted Comedy in the 2022 BAFTA TV Awards. The other comedy-related winners were Sophie Willan, Jamie Demetriou, In My Skin, The Lateish Show With Mo Gilligan and Big Zuu's Big Eats. This story includes the videos of the acceptance speeches.

British Comedy Guide, 8th May 2022

BBC Comedy Festival 2022 set for 11th to 13th May in Newcastle

Newcastle upon Tyne will host the BBC's first Comedy Festival. The three day event - 11th to 13th May 2022 - is aimed at comedy producers and those looking to break into or advance their career in the industry.

British Comedy Guide, 12th April 2022

Broadcasting Press Guild Awards nominations 2022

Alma's Not Normal, Sex Education, Stath Lets Flats and Starstruck are amongst the nominees for the Broadcasting Press Guild Awards 2022.

British Comedy Guide, 24th February 2022

Jamie Demetriou interview

The Stath Lets Flats star speaks about feeling nervous ahead of filming Apple TV+ comedy The Afterparty and whether his Channel 4 sitcom will return for Series 4.

Lauren Morris, Radio Times, 28th January 2022

Future of Stath Lets Flats in doubt

Jamie Demetriou says he's taking a 'pause' from his hit Channel 4 sitcom - and isn't going to rush into any decision about continuing.

Chortle, 27th January 2022

Jamie Demetriou's moment has arrived

With another brilliant season of Stath Lets Flats under his belt and a massive new Apple TV+ comedy series set to solidify his place in the US comedy scene, Jamie Demetriou is making big moves in 2022.

Joel Golby, GQ, 24th January 2022

Jamie Demetriou: 'Crisps are the sensory soundtrack of childhood'

The actor, 34, on gherkins, slugs and choosing his own bedtime.

Michael Hogan, The Guardian, 18th December 2021

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