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Rufus Norris

Rufus Norris first came to prominence as a theatre director, winning Olivier awards for his revival of Cabaret in 2006 and receiving five Tony nominations for his 2008 Broadway production of Les Liasons Dangereuses. In 2009 Rufus made his screen debut with the short film King Bastard. In 2012 his debut feature film, Broken, opened Critics week at ... See full bio »
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Broken Director
London Road
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 2002 Cutting Horse
Neil Stone
 1996 Dalva (TV Movie)
 1990 Demon Wind
 1988 Return Fire
 1984 CBS Schoolbreak Special (TV Series)
Registration Teacher
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 1998 Eight (Short) (assistant director)
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 2012/IV Broken (lyrics: "Colours")
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 2017 Theater of Survival: Life and Times of the Space (Documentary) (post-production)
Himself (rumored)
 2016 #Sugarwater (Documentary) (completed)
 2015 The 69th Annual Tony Awards (TV Movie)
Himself - Winner
 2015 London Road: Behind the Scenes (Video documentary short)
Himself - Director
 2013 Arena (TV Series documentary)
Himself - Director, London Road
- The National Theatre: Part Two - War and Peace (2013) ... Himself - Director, London Road

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He directed John Kander and Fred Ebb's musical, "Cabaret," at the Lyric Theatre in London, England with Anna Maxwell Martin, Sheila Hancock, Michael Hayden, James Dreyfus, Geoffrey Hutchings Harriet Thorpe, and Andrew Maud in the cast. See more »

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Often directs plays adapted by himself or his wife. See more »

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