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STEPHEN DALDRY (Director) is an award-winning director of both stage and screen. His first feature film, "Billy Elliot,” won more than 40 awards worldwide and received three Oscar® nominations, including Best Director. His second feature, "The Hours,” also won innumerable international awards, including Best Picture at the Golden Globes, and received nine Oscar® and 11 BAFTA nominations. His most recent feature, "The Reader,” earned five Oscar® nominations, including Best Director and Best Picture.

Daldry's extensive theatre credits include "Billy Elliot the Musical,” "A Number, Far Away,” "Via Dolorosa,” "Rat in the Skull,” "Body Talk,” "The Kitchen,” "The Editing Process,” "Search and Destroy,” "An Inspector Calls,” "Machinal,” "Damned for Despair,” "The Fleisser Plays” and "Figaro Gets Divorced.” Among his theater credits are many productions at the Sheffield Crucible Theatre, where he started his career under the late Clare Venables. He has staged productions in the U.S. and UK on Broadway, at the National Theatre, the Albery Theatre, the New York Theatre Workshop, the Duchess Theatre, Manchester Library Theatre, Liverpool Playhouse, Stratford East, Oxford Stage, Brighton and Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Daldry was artistic director of the Royal Court Theatre from 1992 to 1998, the Gate Theatre from 1989 to 1992, and the Metro Theatre Company from 1984 to 1986. He has won many awards for his theatrical work both in America and Britain.

Daldry's small screen credits include producing two "Omnibus” programs for BBC2.


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