Richard Eyre

Sir Richard Charles Hastings Eyre (born 28 March 1943) is an English film, theatre, television and opera director. Eyre has received numerous accolades including three Laurence Olivier Awards as well as nominations for six BAFTA Awards and two Tony Awards. He was appointed a Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) in the 1992 News Year Honours, and knighted in the 1997 New Year Honours.

Eyre started his career as the associate director at the Royal Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh from 1967 to 1972 before becoming the artistic director of the Royal National Theatre from 1987 to 1999. He has directed numerous West End productions earning received three Laurence Olivier Awards for Best Director for ''Guys and Dolls'' (1982), ''King Lear'' (1998), and ''Hedda Gabler'' (2006). He was also Olivier-nominated for ''Racing Demon'' (1989), ''Skylight'' (1995), ''John Gabriel Borkman'' (1997), ''Vincent in Brixton'' (2003), ''Mary Poppins'' (2005), and ''Ghosts'' (2014). For his work on Broadway he received Tony Award for Best Director nominations for ''The Judas Kiss'' (1998) and ''The Crucible'' (2002).

He made his directorial film debut with ''The Ploughman's Lunch'' (1983). He went on to direct the dramas ''Iris'' (2001) and ''Notes on a Scandal'' (2005) earning nominations for the BAFTA Award for Outstanding British Film. On television directed and produced numerous episodes of ''Play for Today'' (1979–1981). He also directed ''The Cherry Orchard'' (1981), ''Tumbledown'' (1988), ''The Dresser'' (2015), and ''King Lear'' (2018). Provided by Wikipedia
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