Rufus Norris


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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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5 wins & 12 nominations. See more awards »

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Broken Director
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London Road Director
(2015)

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Directed Federico García Lorca's "Blood Wedding" - Almeida Theatre, London (2005). See more »
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Often collaborates with David Eldridge and Orlando Gough. See more »

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