Dominic Cooke

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Dominic Cooke is known for The Courier (2020), The Hollow Crown (2012) and Follies. See full bio »

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Known For

The Courier Director
The Hollow Crown Director
Follies Director
On Chesil Beach Director


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  Follies (screenplay) (pre-production)
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 2020 The Courier (executive producer)
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 2017 National Theatre Live: Follies (directed for the stage)
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 2021 On the Brink: Making the Courier (Documentary short)
 2018 Días de cine (TV Series)
Self - Interviewee
- Episode dated 28 June 2018 (2018) ... Self - Interviewee
 2016 The Hollow Crown: Making of the Hollow Crown (Video short)
Self - Director
 2012 National Theatre Live: The Comedy of Errors
Self - Director (Intermission talk)
 2011 Breakfast (TV Series)
Self - Artistic Director, The Royal Court
- Episode dated 10 February 2011 (2011) ... Self - Artistic Director, The Royal Court

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He directed Joe Penhall's play, "The Bullet," at the Donmar Theatre in London, England with Emily Woof, Neil Stuke, Miles Anderson, and Barbara Flynn in the cast.


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