Elizabeth Karlsen is a producer and production manager, known for Carol (2015), The Crying Game (1992) and Byzantium (2012). She is married to Stephen Woolley. See full bio »

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Nominated for 1 Primetime Emmy. Another 3 wins & 12 nominations. See more awards »

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Carol Producer
(2015)
The Crying Game Producer
(1992)
Byzantium Producer
(2012)
Youth Producer
(2015)

Filmography

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 2021 Mothering Sunday (producer) (post-production)
 2018/I Colette (producer - produced by)
 2017 On Chesil Beach (producer)
 2016 Their Finest (producer)
 2016 The Limehouse Golem (producer)
 2015/I Youth (co-producer)
 2015 Carol (producer)
 2014/I Hyena (producer)
 2012 Great Expectations (producer)
 2012 Byzantium (producer)
 2012 Midnight's Children (co-producer)
 2010 Made in Dagenham (producer)
 2009 Perrier's Bounty (producer)
 2008 Sounds Like Teen Spirit (Documentary) (producer)
 2006 Sixty Six (producer)
 2005 Mrs. Harris (TV Movie) (executive producer)
 2004 Ladies in Lavender (producer)
 2000 Purely Belter (producer)
 1998 Little Voice (producer)
 1996 Hollow Reed (producer)
 1995 The Neon Bible (producer)
 1992 The Crying Game (co-producer)
 1991 The Pope Must Diet (co-producer)
 1990 Hardware (supervising producer)
 1989 The Way of the Wicked (Short) (producer)
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Founded "Number 9 Films" in 2002 with husband and business partner Stephen Woolley. The inspiration for the company name came from The Beatles's 'Revolution Number 9' from the "White Album" (1968).

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