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Sam Baron is a writer and director based in London. He won the Nicholl Fellowship Award from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences for his screenplay The Science Of Love, which also featured on the Brit List. His short film The Orgy, starring Amit Shah and Alexandra Roach, played at film festivals worldwide. He is developing it as a TV ... See full bio »

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Known For

The Orgy Writer
Big Ears Writer


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 2022 Lady Brently's End (Short)
 2021 Big Ears (Short)
 2018 The Orgy (Short)
 2016 The Pool Cleaner (Short)
 2015 Windscreenwiperman (Short)
 2013 The Futility of War (Short)
 2012 Middle Aged (Short)
 2011 House of the Rising Egos (Short)
 2011 Steal His Heart (Short)
 2006 MyTV: Homegrown (TV Series) (2006-2007)
 2006 The Mathmagicians (Short)
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Other Works:

'Can You Survive a Week in Paradise?' - This feature film directed by Sam Baron and written by Sam Baron and Raphael von Blumenthal premiered at the Cambridge Arts Picturehouse on April 24th 2004. It is currently available on DVD although never received a full theatrical release. See more »

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Alternate Names:

Sam Lindley-Baron


6' 2" (1.88 m)


Ash Baron-Cohen (niece or nephew)

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He was featured very briefly in the documentary 'They Made Me Do It Too: The Cult of Donnie Darko' on the Director's Cut DVD for the film Donnie Darko (2001). See more »

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