Jack Lothian is a film and television writer. His television credits range from Ashes to Ashes and Shameless, for which he wrote the final episode, to Outcasts and Teachers, which gained him nominations for Best Writer at the BAFTAs and Best Young Writer at the Broadcast Awards.
Jack was nominated for a Best Newcomer BAFTA for his first feature film, Late Night Shopping, which won the CICAE Prize at the Berlin Film Festival.
Jack was the showrunner for the final series of Strike Back for Left Bank Pictures and Sky and is currently developing Inheritance with Left Bank Pictures. Jack's drama Harry Price: Ghosthunter, for Bentley Productions aired on ITV1 at Christmas 2015.
Writer & Executive Producer
Drama series set in a London hotel during World War II
Showrunning the next two series of the drama about a doctor in a Cornish town.
Writer & Creator
Adaptation of the novel by Neil Spring about a ghost hunter and his new assistant set in the 1920s
Drama based on Jack's comic about a dystopian future
New drama in development
Episode 11 of the series based on the epic poem Beowulf
Latest series of the drama about a doctor in a Cornish seaside town
Showrunner for the final series of the action thriller set in British military intelligence
Drama show created by Paul Abbott following police in Manchester
Drama following a group of British teenagers
Teenage comedy set in an elite American summer camp
A group of social misfits are sent to colonise a new planet
Comedy drama series about a group of nurses