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THE MAN WHO INVENTED CHRISTMAS

BHARAT NALLURI (Director) is a British director of Indian descent. He made his name in the U.K., directing the pilots for three iconic BBC dramas: "MI-5", "Hustle" (which he also co-conceived) and "Life on Mars." "MI-5" went on to win the BAFTA TV Award for Best Drama, "Hustle" earned him a UK Directors Guild nomination and "Life on Mars" garnered the International Emmy for Outstanding Drama.

Nalluri followed this with "Tsunami: The Aftermath," a HBO miniseries that dealt with the harrowing events of the 2004 Asian tsunami. He was nominated for an Emmy as director and cast members Chiwetel Ejiofor and Toni Collette both received Golden Globe nominations.

Next, Nalluri directed Frances McDormand and Amy Adams in the feature film Miss Pettigrew Lives for a Day. A critical success in the U.S., it was followed by Nalluri directing and executive producing the pilot for the Emmy-nominated drama "The 100."

The director currently lives in Washington, D.C. with his wife Kylie Morris, the Washington correspondent for the U.K.'s Channel Four News, and their two children.

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