Oliver Parker

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Oliver Parker
Born (1960-09-06) 6 September 1960 (age 58)
London, England, United Kingdom
Nationality British
Occupation Screenwriter, director
Years active 1987—present

Oliver Parker (born 6 September 1960) is an English film director.


Parker was born in Plymouth, the son of Jillian, Lady Parker, a writer and GP (general practitioner), and Sir Peter Parker, formerly chairman of British Rail.[1] His brother is actor Nathaniel Parker.



Year Film Director Producer Writer Other Notes
1987 Hellraiser Yes Actor: "Moving Man 2"
1988 Hellbound: Hellraiser II Yes Actor: "Workman 2"
1990 Nightbreed Yes Actor: "Peloquin"
Nuns on the Run Yes Actor: "Doctor"
1993 Shepherd on the Rock Yes Actor: "Simon McIntyre"
1994 Murder in Belgravia: The Lucan Affair Yes Actor: "Lord Lucan"; Television movie
1995 Othello Yes Yes
The Big Game Yes Actor: "Charles Harman"; Television movie
1999 An Ideal Husband Yes Yes Yes Actor: "Bunbury"
2001 Zoe Yes Actor: "Julian"
2002 The Importance of Being Earnest Yes Yes
2003 The Private Life of Samuel Pepys Yes Television movie
2006 Fade to Black Yes Yes
2007 I Really Hate My Job Yes
St Trinian's Yes Yes
2009 Dorian Gray Yes
St Trinian's 2: The Legend of Fritton's Gold Yes Yes
2011 Johnny English Reborn Yes
2016 Dad's Army Yes Yes Lyrics: "Auf Wiedersehen Mr Hitler"
2018 Swimming with Men Yes
TBA Pure[2] Yes



  1. ^ Nathaniel Parker Biography (1962–)
  2. ^ Londonscreenwritersfestival.com

External links

  • Oliver Parker on IMDb
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