Kevin Connor

Born Kings Cross, London. At school – age of twelve developed a passion for films, which he has retained ever since. Entered employment with a documentary film company, British Films Ltd., in London’s Soho, as an Assistant Film Editor. Over several years, he worked in the editing rooms of Pinewood, Shepperton, Elstree and Twickenham Studios with directors… Tony Richardson, Karel Reiz, Sandy MacKendrick, Lindsay Anderson, Dick Lester, Bryan Forbes, Joe McGrath, Michael Cacoyannis, and Richard Attenborough. Sir Richard Attenborough gave him his break to edit his first directorial film “Oh! What A Lovely War.” Connor’s directing break came from Amicus Films producer, Milton Subotsky, a horror film – “Tales from Beyond the Grave”, that lead to a series of Edgar Rice Burroughs adventure films. Connor moved to Los Angeles 1980, directed “Motel Hell” and ‘Sunset Grill’. He found himself drawn to high-profile international mini-series, “Master of The Game”, “North & South Book 2”, “Great Expectations”, “The Old CuriosityShop”, “Iran, 444 DAYS”, “Frankenstein”, “Blackbeard” and most recently “Marco Polo”. Connor has directed some 100 + Film and Television projects. He is engaged in producing and directing feature films.

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