Theatre, Film, and Television Biographies
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Nicolas Roeg Biography (1928-)
Full name, Nicolas Jack Roeg; born August 15, 1928, in London, England; son of Jack Nicolas and Mabel Gertrude (Silk) Roeg; married Susan Rennie Stephen,May 12, 1957; children: Joscelin Nicolas, Nicolas Jack, Lucient John, SholtoJules. Addresses: OFFICE--Two Oxford and Cambridge Mansions, Flat E, Old Marylebone Road, London NW1.
- Birth Details
- August 15, 1928
- London, England
- PRINCIPAL FILM WORK; ALL AS DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY,UNLESS INDICATED Cameraman, The Miniver Story, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1950.
- cameraman, The Man with the Green Carnation (also known as The Trials ofOscar Wilde and The Green Carnation), Kingsley, 1960.
- cameraman, The Sundowners, Warner Brothers, 1960.
- cameraman, Lawrence of Arabia, Columbia, 1960.
- Jazz Boat, Columbia, 1960.
- Information Received, Universal, 1962.
- The Great Van Robbery, United Artists, 1963.
- The Caretaker (also known as The Guest), Janus, 1963.
- Dr. Crippen, Warner Brothers, 1964.
- The Masque of the Red Death, American International, 1964.
- Nothing But the Best, Royal, 1964.
- Seaside Swingers (also known as Every Day's a Holiday), Embassy, 1965.
- Fahrenheit 451, Universal, 1966.
- A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, United Artists, 1966.
- The Girl Getters (also known as The System), American International, 1966.
- Far from the Madding Crowd, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1967.
- Petulia, Warner Brothers, 1968.
Credits; ALL AS DIRECTOR
- (With Donald Cammell) Performance, Warner Brothers, 1970.
- Walkabout, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1971.
- Don't Look Now, Paramount, 1973.
- The Man Who Fell to Earth, Cinema V, 1976.
- Bad Timing (also known as A Sexual Obsession), World Northal, 1980.
- Eureka, United Artists, 1983.
- Insignificance, Island Alive, 1985.
- Castaway, Cannon, 1986.
- "Un Ballo in Machera" in Aria, Virgin Vision, 1987.
Credits; PRINCIPAL TELEVISION WORK; SERIES
- Cameraman, Police Dog.
- cameraman, Ghost Squad.
- (With Harry Allan Towers), Sanders (also known as Death Drums along the River), Planet, 1963.
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