Stuart URBAN

Biography

Gender Male
Titles N/A
Birthdate 1958-09-11
Education KCS Wimbledon, Balliol Coll Oxford (exhibitioner, MA)
Publications N/A
Recreations snow and water skiing
Clubs Annabel's, Tramp
Style Stuart Urban, Esq
Career writer and director; made two as teenager (The Virus of War 1972 and Spaghetti Special 1974) since preserved in Nat Film Archive; professional debut as dir Pocketful of Dreams (BBC Playhouse) 1981; dir of series incl: Bergerac, The Bill, Our Friends in the North; writer and dir An Ungentlemanly Act (BBC); writer Deadly Voyage (HBO/BBC) 1996, writer/prodr/dir Preaching to the Perverted (feature film) 1997, prodr/dir/co-writer (with Harold Pinter) Against the War (BBC) 1999, writer/prodr/dir Revelation (feature film) 2001, writer/prodr/dir Tovarisch, I Am Not Dead (documentary feature) 2007 (Lancia Award Italy, Silver Medal NY Festivals, nomination Br Ind Film Awards, shortlist Grierson Award), writer/prodr/dir May I Kill U? (feature film, Melies D'Argent 2013); >ir< BAFTA Award for Best Single Drama 1992, Gold Plaques (best TV movie, best direction) and Silver Plaque (screenplay) Chicago Film Festival 1992, BAFTA Award for Best Drama Serial and RTS Best Drama Serial (Our Friends in the North) 1996, Monte Carlo Silver Nymph for Best Screen Play (Deadly Voyage) 1997
Food and drink etiquette

Food and drink etiquette

Debrett's notebooks

Debrett's notebooks

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