Joe Wright

Joe Wright

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Joe Wright (born 1972) is an English film director best known for Pride and Prejudice, Atonement and Hanna.

Early life and career

Wright was born August 25, 1972 in London, where his parents founded the Little Angel Theatre, a puppet theatre in Islington.

Wright always had an interest in the arts, especially painting. He would also make films on his Super 8 camera as well as spend time in the evenings acting in a drama club. Wright is dyslexic. He also left school without any GCSEs.

He began his career working at his parents' theatre. He also took classes at the Anna Scher Theatre School and acted professionally on stage and camera. He spent an art foundation year at Camberwell College of Arts, before taking a degree in fine art and film at Central St Martins. In his last year of studies he received a scholarship to make a short film for the BBC that won some awards. On the success of the short, he was offered the script for the serial Nature Boy. He followed this up with the serials Bodily Harm with Timothy Spall, and the highly acclaimed The Power and the Passion with Rufus Sewell which won the...
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