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John Foster, 1st Baron Oriel (1740 – 23 August 1828) was an Irish peer and politician.He was the son of Anthony Foster of Louth, an Irish judge (son of John Foster of Dunleer, MP for Dunleer). He was elected Member of Parliament (MP) to the Irish House of Commons for Dunleer in 1761, a seat he held until 1769. He made his mark in financial and commercial questions, being appointed Irish Chancellor of the Exchequer in 1784. His law giving bounties on the exportation of corn and imposing heavy taxes on its importation is noted by William Lecky as responsible for making Ireland an arable instead of a pasture country. In 1785 he became the last Speaker of the Irish House of Commons.Foster lived in Merville, now part of the University College Dublin Campus in Clonskeagh, which came into his ownership in 1778.In 1768, Foster was elected for Navan and in 1783 for Sligo Borough. Both times he had also stood for Louth, which constituency he then chose to represent. He held this seat until the Act of Union in 1801, which he opposed. He ultimately refused to surrender the Speaker's mace, which was kept by his family. Foster was returned to the united parliament as a member for County Louth, and in 1804 became Irish Chancellor of the Exchequer under Pitt. In 1821 he was created a peer of the United Kingdom as Baron Oriel, of Ferrard, in the County of Louth, and died on 23 August 1828.His elder son, John Foster, was MP for Dunleer 1790-92 and dvp before 18 April 1792. That John should not be confused with John William Foster, MP for Dunleer 1783-90.His wife (d. 1824) had in 1790 been created an Irish peeress, as Baroness Oriel, and in 1797 Viscountess Ferrard; and their younger son, Thomas Henry (1772–1843), who married Viscountess Massereene (in her own right) and took the name of Skeffington, inherited all these titles; the later Viscounts Massereene being their descendants.One of his first cousins married Elizabeth Hervey, aka Lady Bess Foster, aka Elizabeth, Duchess of Devonshire. His younger brother was Lord Bishop Foster.12px This article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domain: ↑ ↑ ↑
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Date Of Birth1740
DiedAugust 23, 1828
ProfessionCinematographer, Camera Department, Producer


Killer Bees2016Documentary post-production
Here Come the Videofreex2015Documentary
The Killer Speaks2013TV Series documentary 1 episode
The Job2009/Idirector of photography
What's on Your Plate?2009Documentary
American Experience2008TV Series documentary 1 episode
The Query2008Short
Adrift in Manhattan2007director of photography
Beyond the Steps: Alvin Ailey American Dance2006TV Movie documentary
Great Performances2006TV Series 1 episode
The Trials of Darryl Hunt2006Documentary
Rock the Paint2005
Keane2004director of photography
I Sit Where I Want: The Legacy of Brown vs Board of Education2004TV Movie documentary
Manhattan Charity2002TV Movie documentary
The Year That Trembled2002director of photography
Maternity Ward2000TV Series
Now Who's Boss?2000TV Series
The Sunshine2000Short documentary
Fear of Fiction2000
Innocent Until Proven Guilty1999TV Movie documentary
The Green Monster1999TV Movie documentary
The Adventures of Sebastian Cole1998
Trauma: Life in the E.R.1997TV Series documentary
Choc-O-Rama1996TV Movie documentary director of photography
My Knees Were Jumping: Remembering the Kindertransports1996Documentary
Fonda on Fonda1992TV Movie documentary cinematographer: interview sequences - as John R. Foster
Resident Alien1990Documentary as John R. Foster
Diamond Run1988
Wild Style1983Documentary
Blond Poison1979
Presidential Address1979TV Movie

Camera Department

Seeds of Time2013Documentary camera operator: Memphis
America on Stage2013Documentary camera operator
Life After2011TV Series director of photography - 2 episodes
How to Make It in America2010TV Series camera operator - 1 episode
Stand2009/IDocumentary camera operator
I Think I Love My Wife2007camera operator: "b" camera
The Devil Came on Horseback2007Documentary additional cinematographer
A Crime2006camera operator
Fur: An Imaginary Portrait of Diane Arbus2006director of photography: "b" unit
Trauma: Life in the E.R.2002TV Series documentary videojournalist - 4 episodes
Secretary2002director of photography: second unit
Outside Looking In: Transracial Adoption in America2001camera operator
The Next Big Thing2001director of photography: second unit
The F.B.I. FilesTV Series documentary videographer - 4 episodes, 1998 - 1999 cameras - 2 episodes, 2001
Seven Minutes in Heaven1985gaffer
Alone in the Dark1982gaffer
Friday the 13th Part 21981still photographer


Flip This House2007TV Series producer - 1 episode
Trauma: Life in the E.R.2002TV Series documentary producer - 2 episodes
Maternity Ward2000TV Series producer
Presidential Address1979TV Movie producer


Presidential Address1979TV Movie


Presidential Address1979TV Movie

Production Manager

The First Time1983production manager

Nominated Awards

2006Independent Spirit AwardIndependent Spirit AwardsBest CinematographyKeane (2004)
1998Independent Spirit AwardIndependent Spirit AwardsBest CinematographySunday (1997)

Known for movies

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