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Nigel Stafford-Clark Net Worth

Nigel Stafford-Clark Net Worth is
$11 Million

Nigel Stafford-Clark Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Nigel Stafford-Clark (born 12 June 1948) is a British film and television producer, and the brother of the theatre director Max Stafford-Clark. He was educated at Felsted and Trinity College, Cambridge, and worked in advertising and in sponsored documentaries before becoming a commercials producer at Moving Picture Company (MPC).In the build up to the launch of Channel 4 in November 1982, he formed MPC's programme department, executive producing a number of documentary series for the new channel, including one of its earliest hits Tom Keating on Painters. He also produced several television films for the Film on Four strand, including Last Day of Summer, written by Ian McEwan from his own short story, and The House, the debut drama from writer-director and People Show alumnus Mike Figgis. He moved on to feature films in the mid-80s, including The Assam Garden, in which Deborah Kerr gave a highly-acclaimed performance in what would be her last feature, and Stormy Monday, in which Mike Figgis made an immediate impact as writer and director of his first.In 1988, Stafford-Clark moved to Zenith Productions, the independent drama production company whose feature film credits included Prick Up Your Ears, Wish You Were Here and The Hit, and whose television productions included Inspector Morse and Hamish Macbeth. During his time there he produced a number of television and feature films, amongst them the highly controversial and award-winning Shoot to Kill (1990), the drama debut of documentary film-maker Peter Kosminsky, which told the story of the Stalker Inquiry in Northern Ireland.In 1998 Stafford-Clark left Zenith to form his own production company, Deep Indigo, winning the British Academy Television Award for Best Drama Serial three times between 1999 and 2005 with productions for the BBC. Warriors (1999), written by Leigh Jackson, reunited him with director Peter Kosminsky and dealt with the brutal realities facing young British soldiers on peacekeeping duties in Bosnia. The Way We Live Now (2001), the first of three projects with writer Andrew Davies, was directed by David Yates and starred David Suchet as Anthony Trollope's rogue Augustus Melmotte. This was followed by a second Trollope adaptation He Knew He Was Right (2003) directed by Tom Vaughan, and then by Bleak House (2005). This eight-hour adaptation of the novel by Charles Dickens was shown in the UK twice weekly in half-hour episodes (after an initial hour), inspired by the episodic publication of the original novel. It was directed by Justin Chadwick and Susanna White, with Gillian Anderson and Charles Dance leading a cast of over 65.In March 2008 Stafford-Clark's production The Passion was broadcast on BBC One. It told the story of Jesus from his entry into Jerusalem on Palm Sunday to his Crucifixion and the events which followed. Written by Frank Deasy and directed by Michael Offer, it was stripped across Holy Week in four peak-time episodes.Most recently Stafford-Clark produced T
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Date Of BirthJune 12, 1948
Place Of BirthBromley, Kent, England, UK
ProfessionProducer
Star SignGemini
#Fact
1Ex-brother-in-law of Carole Hayman.
2Son of Dr. David Stafford-Clark and younger brother of Max Stafford-Clark.

Producer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Titanic2012TV Mini-Series producer - 4 episodes
The Passion2008TV Mini-Series producer - 4 episodes
Bleak House2005TV Mini-Series producer - 15 episodes
He Knew He Was Right2004TV Mini-Series producer - 4 episodes
The Way We Live Now2001TV Mini-Series producer - 4 episodes
Warriors1999TV Movie producer
Immortality1998executive producer
Bodyguards1996-1997TV Series producer - 7 episodes
Finney1994TV Series producer - 6 episodes
Deadly Advice1994producer
Shoot to Kill1990TV Movie producer
Star Trap1988TV Movie producer
Stormy Monday1988producer
The Assam Garden1985producer
Bones1985producer
Last Day of Summer1984TV Movie producer
The House1984TV Movie producer
Down in the Valley1984TV Movie producer
The Bad Sister1983TV Movie executive producer

Won Awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovie
2006BAFTA TV AwardBAFTA AwardsBest Drama SerialBleak House (2005)
2006Banff Rockie AwardBanff Television FestivalBest Mini-SeriesBleak House (2005)
2006Broadcasting Press Guild AwardBroadcasting Press Guild AwardsBest Drama Series/SerialBleak House (2005)
2002BAFTA TV AwardBAFTA AwardsBest Drama SerialThe Way We Live Now (2001)
2002Broadcasting Press Guild AwardBroadcasting Press Guild AwardsBest Drama Series/SerialThe Way We Live Now (2001)
2000BAFTA TV AwardBAFTA AwardsBest Drama SerialWarriors (1999)
2000Broadcasting Press Guild AwardBroadcasting Press Guild AwardsBest Single DramaWarriors (1999)
1991Broadcasting Press Guild AwardBroadcasting Press Guild AwardsBest Single DramaShoot to Kill (1990)
1990Broadcasting Press Guild AwardBroadcasting Press Guild AwardsBest Single DramaShoot to Kill (1990)

Nominated Awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovie
2007PGA AwardPGA AwardsOutstanding Producer of Long-Form TelevisionBleak House (2005)
2006Primetime EmmyPrimetime Emmy AwardsOutstanding MiniseriesBleak House (2005)
2006TV Quick AwardTV Quick Awards, UKBest New DramaBleak House (2005)
1991BAFTA TV AwardBAFTA AwardsBest Single DramaShoot to Kill (1990)

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