Alan Parker

 

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Alan Parker is a director, writer, producer, film worker and actor. He was born in Islington, London, England, UK on 14 February 1944. He is known for Pink Floyd - The Wall (1982), The Life of David Gale (2003), Fame (1980), Angel Heart (1987) and Birdy (1984).

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Alan Parker

Born 1944-02-14 (76 years ago) in Islington, London, England, UK.

Awards
Award Ceremony Year Awarded for
BAFTA Academy Fellowship Award 66th British Academy Film Awards 2013
Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy (Evita) 54th Golden Globe Awards 1996 Evita
BAFTA Award for Best Direction (The Commitments) 1992 British Academy Film and Television Awards 1992 The Commitments
BAFTA Award for Best Film (The Commitments) 1992 British Academy Film and Television Awards 1992 The Commitments
National Board of Review Award for Best Film (Mississippi Burning) 1988 Mississippi Burning
National Board of Review Award for Best Director (Mississippi Burning) 1988 Mississippi Burning
BAFTA Outstanding British Contribution to Cinema Award 1985 British Academy Film and Television Awards 1985
BAFTA Award for Best Direction (Midnight Express) 1979 British Academy Film and Television Awards 1979 Midnight Express
BAFTA Award for Best Screenplay (Bugsy Malone) 1977 British Academy Film and Television Awards 1977 Bugsy Malone
British Academy Television Award for Best Single Play (The Evacuees) 1976 British Academy Film and Television Awards 1976 The Evacuees
Nominated for awards
Award Ceremony Year Nominated for
BAFTA Award for Best Direction (The Commitments) 1992 British Academy Film and Television Awards 1992 The Commitments
BAFTA Award for Best Film (The Commitments) 1992 British Academy Film and Television Awards 1992 The Commitments
BAFTA Award for Best Direction (Mississippi Burning) 1990 British Academy Film and Television Awards 1990 Mississippi Burning
Academy Award for Best Director (Mississippi Burning) 61st Academy Awards 1988 Mississippi Burning
BAFTA Award for Best Direction (Fame) 1981 British Academy Film and Television Awards 1981 Fame
BAFTA Award for Best Direction (Midnight Express) 1979 British Academy Film and Television Awards 1979 Midnight Express
Golden Globe Award for Best Director - Motion Picture (Midnight Express) 36th Golden Globe Awards 1978 Midnight Express
Academy Award for Best Director (Midnight Express) 51st Academy Awards 1978 Midnight Express
BAFTA Award for Best Film (Bugsy Malone) 1977 British Academy Film and Television Awards 1977 Bugsy Malone
BAFTA Award for Best Direction (Bugsy Malone) 1977 British Academy Film and Television Awards 1977 Bugsy Malone
Relationships
Name From To Relationship type
Annie Inglis(Gifta: 1966–1992) 1966 1992 Gifta
Lisa Moran(Gifta) Gifta
Children

Alexander Parker, Jake Parker

Parents

Elsie Ellen, William Leslie Parker

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Sir Alan William Parker, CBE (born 14 February 1944) is an English film director, producer, writer and actor. He has been active in both the British cinema and American cinema and was a founding member of the Director's Guild of Great Britain.

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