Director for film and television

Ben Gregor directs film, TV and commercials, specialising in comedy with visual flair. 

Ben followed up his debut feature All Stars for Vertigo Films with the musical feature Fatherhood (Winner Best Director @ SOMA FF) that premiered in the US in April 2019. His TV work includes Cuckoo starring Andie MacDowell, The Increasingly Poor Decisions of Todd Margaret with David Cross, Will Arnett and Spike Jonze, and Doc Martin with Martin Clunes and Sigourney Weaver. Ben has been lead director on Series 3 of Britannia for Neal Street, Vertigo and Sky, starring Sophie Okenedo, Mackenzie Crook, David Morissey and David Bradley.

He has won multiple Gold Lions at Cannes Advertising and Gold Clio’s for his 
commercial work and has put on art shows in London and LA as featured on CNN.

Ben recently worked for a second time with Ash Atalla at Rough Cut, directing
series 2 of Bloods for SKY, starring Samson Kayo, Jane Horrocks, Julian
Barratt and Lucy Punch.  

He is now developing and attached to direct The Magic Faraway Tree for Elysium and Neal Street, from a script by Simon Farnaby.






Winner of Best Feature at SOMA Film Festival

DRS Productions / Fuse Networks
Writer Simon Farnaby
Neal St/ Elysium
In Development
Producer Jim Spencer
Writer Paul Gerstenberger
  • Akai Osei
  • Theo Stevenson
  • Ashley Jensen
  • Mark Heap
  • Simon Farnaby
  • Family feature

    Vertigo Films
    Writer Tim Plester
  • MacKenzie Crook
  • Martin Freeman
  • Johnny Vegas
  • Pitch Film/Godman
    Writer Tim Plester
  • MacKenzie Crook
  • Kris Marshall
  • Patrick Baladi
  • Kevin Eldon
  • Television


  • Samson Kayo
  • Jane Horrocks
  • Julian Barratt
  • Lucy Punch
  • Roughcut Television for Sky One
  • Sophie Okenedo
  • Mackenzie Crook
  • David Morissey
  • David Bradley
  • Lead Director on Season 3

    Vertigo Films and Neal Street for Sky One
  • Andie MacDowell
  • Rough Cut TV for BBC Three
  • Martin Clunes
  • Caroline Catz
  • Popular drama

    Buffalo Pictures for ITV1
    Producer Mary Burke
  • Stefan Abingdon
  • Andrew Wakely
  • Ashley Horne
  • Online phenomenon The Midnight Beast bring their all singing, all-dancing brand of comedy to E4.
    Warp Films & Cuba Comedy for E4
  • David Cross
  • Sharon Horgan
  • Will Arnett
  • John Hamm
  • Sitcom about a US executive who finds himself out of his depth when he is mistakenly sent to run his company's new UK arm.
    RDF Television for IFC
    Channel 4
  • Johnny Vegas
  • Baby Cow for BBC3
  • Charlene McKenna
  • Aaron Johnson
  • Simon Wolfe
  • IWC Media for Channel 4
    Freeform for BBC3
    Producer David Lambert
  • Gamarjobat
  • Silent comedy about two outsiders struggling to get by. Stars award-winning Japanese duo Gamarjobat
    Baby Cow Productions for BBC3
    No Heroics
    8 x 30'
    Producer Drew Pearce
  • Patrick Bladi
  • James Lance
  • Justin Edwards
  • Tiger Aspect for ITV2
    1 x 30' Pilot
    Producer Sally Martin
    Writer Roger Beckett & Gary James Martin
  • Karen Taylor
  • Kris Marshall
  • Comedy pilot which follows mismatched paramedic duo Tom and Julie on their first, chaotic night shift together.
    Channel K for BBC3