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Greg Wise

FILM
DIRECTOR
COMPANY
After Louise (Bob) Danny & David Scheinmann Scoop Films
Beautiful Devils (James Lacey) James Marquand Ascension Productions
Walking on Sunshine (Doug) Max Giwa & Dania Pasquini Veritgo Films
Blackwood (Dominic) Adam Wimpenny Wildcard Films
Effie (John Ruskin) Richard Laxton Soverign Films
Three Days in Havana (Harry) Gill Bellows/Tony Pantages East Road Entertainment
The Disappeared (Jake) Johnny Kevorkian Lost Tribe Prods
Morris: A Life With Bells On (Villandry) Lucy Akhurst Twist Films
A Cock And Bull Story (Greg) Michael Winterbottom BBC Films
Greyfriars Bobby (Rev. Lee) John Henderson Piccadilly Pictures
Johnny English (Agent One) Peter Howitt Working Title
Five Moons Plaza (Francesco Doni) Renzo Martinelli Blue Spice Film Ltd
The Discovery of Heaven (Max) Jereon Krabbe Kanzaman S.A
Mad Cows (Alex) Sara Sugerman Flashlight
Judas Kiss (Dyson) Sebastian Gutierrez Key Entertainment
Sense And Sensibility (Willoughby) Ang Lee Sensible Films
The Feast Of July (Arch Wilson) Chris Menual Merchant Ivory

TELEVISION
DIRECTOR
COMPANY
The Crown (Lord Mountbatten) Stephen Daldry/Julian Jarrold Left Bank Pictures
The Outcast (Gilbert Aldridge) Iain Softley BBC Drama
Unbroken Heart (Duncan Lancaster) Giles Foster Gate Television Productions
Homefront (Captain Pete Barker) Terry McDonough ITV
Law & Order UK - Crush (Professor Gavin Richards) Matt King Kudos Productions
Documental (Chippy) Justin Theroux HBO
Honeymoon For One (Sean) Kevin O' Connor Hallmark
Zen (Favelloni) John Alexander Left Bank Pictures
Place of Execution (Philip Hawkin) Daniel Percival Coastal Productions
Cranford (Sir Charles Maulver) Simon Curtis BBC
The Commander (Mark Davey) David Caffrey La Plante Prods
No. 13 (Professor Anderson) Pier Wilkie BBC
Miss Marple: Towards Zero (Neville) Nicholas Winding Refn Granada
Trial And Retribution (John Harrogate) Andy Hay La Plante Prods
Elizabeth David: A Life in Recipes (Peter Higgins) James Kent BBC
According To Bex (Charles) Fred Barron BBC
Hornblower (Cotard) Andrew Grieve ITV
Sirens (Oliver) Nick Laughland SMG
Madame Bovary (Rodolphe) Tim Fywell BBC
Alice Through The Looking Glass (The Red Knight) John Henderson
Wonderful You (Marshall) Matt Lipsay Hartwood Films
House Of Frankenstein (Grimes) Peter Werner NBC
Hospital (Dr Jim Nightingale) John Henderson Tiger Aspect
The Place Of The Dead (Hugh Brittain) Suri Krisnamma LWT
Tales From The Crypt (Justin) Bob Hoskins HBO
The Moonstone (Franklyn) Bob Beirman BBC Films
The Buccaneers (Guy Thwaite) Phillip Saville BBC
Taggart-Black Heart (Greg Martin) Marcus White STV
The Riff Raff Element (Alistair) Simon Cellan Jones BBC
Typhon's People (Cato/Adam) Yvonne McKay Gibson Group
Convington Cross (Henry) Gill Grant ABC
Masculine Ending (Jamie) Antonia Bird BBC

THEATRE
DIRECTOR
COMPANY
Kill Me Now (Jake) Braham Murray Park Theatre
Richard II (Bolingbroke) Stephen Rayne Old Vic Theatre
Nabobov's Gloves (Nick) Ian Brown Hampstead Theatre
Crimes Of Passion (Jacques) Pip Broughton Nottingham
The Recruiting Officer (Capt. Plume) Braham Murray Manchester
Good Rocking Tonight (Jack Good) Ian Kellgren Liverpool Playhouse