November 1, 1987 (35)
Jamie Demetriou is a British actor, comedian, and writer, best known for creating and starring in the critically acclaimed television series Stath Lets Flats.
Starting as a stand-up comedian, Demetriou soon made his mark in the television industry with his distinctive comedic style. His acting credits include appearances in Fleabag, where he played the character Bus Rodent, and Paddington 2, where he portrayed a supporting character. However, his breakout role came with Stath Lets Flats, a comedy series he both created and starred in. The show revolves around an incompetent letting agent and has become a standout feature of Demetriou’s career.
Collaborating with other comedians and actors has been an essential part of Demetriou’s career. He has worked closely with his sister Natasia Demetriou, who plays his on-screen sister in Stath Lets Flats. Other collaborations include working with Phoebe Waller-Bridge in Fleabag, Hugh Grant in Paddington 2, Olivia Colman in Flowers, and Susie Wokoma in Year Friends. These collaborations with some of the UK’s finest talents have contributed to his reputation as an inventive and engaging performer.
Jamie Demetriou’s work has not gone unnoticed, earning him several prestigious awards. He received the BAFTA Television Award for Male Performance in a Comedy Programme for his role in Stath Lets Flats. The show itself also won the BAFTA for Best Scripted Comedy, reflecting both his acting and writing talents.