Mini Bio (1)
Paul Flattery was born in Liverpool, England. He was educated at Wymondham College and Thetford Grammar (Thomas Paine went there) and the University of Wales (Bangor) - where he got a degree in Philosophy. He edited the University's Arts and Science magazines as well as the student newspaper "Forecast" - which won a national award and he joined Granada Television as a producer/director trainee. He began splitting his career between British television (BBC, ITN, Thames TV, LWT) and journalism, including feature writing for the national newspapers and magazines including The TImes, The Sunday Times, Guardian , Observer, Daily Telegraph, Time Out and Rolling Stone magazine. He also wrote "The Illustrated History of British Pop," which was published in the UK and USA. After American Idol and Emmy winning director Bruce Gowers' video of Queen's"Bohemian Rhapsody was a sensation in the UK, pretty much creating the music video industry there overnight, the agent who represented both Gowers and Flattery, created, with them, one of the first music video production companies -Jon Roseman Productions International. Flattery soon moved to Los Angeles to establish the US operations of the company and has remained there ever since in various music video and television production partnerships and as an independent producer/writer. As well as music videos, he began producing TV concerts, including award-winning ones for Phil Collins, Gloria Estefan, Hall & Oates, Tina Turner and Genesis....and then producing and/or writing TV specials and series including: 121212: The Concert For Sandy Relief, the historic Daytime Emmy-winning "Live 8" world broadcast, the Emmy-winning 23 hour Live Earth world broadcast and the Emmy-nominated post 9/11 "Concert For New York City" as well as awards/event shows such as Teen Choice Awards, Kids Choice Awards, Critic's Choice Awards, the annual American Cinematheque Award, Billboard Music Awards, Miss America, DIvas, Rock Honors etc...
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Anon
|Karin Mani Flattery||(11 May 1986 - present) (2 children)|