Stephen Frears is an English director with a net worth of ten million. Born June twenty, 1941 in Leicester, United Kingdom, the list of his of directing credits include My Beautiful Laundrette (1985) (which was the first starring role for Daniel Day Lewis), Dangerous Liaisons (1988), High Fidelity, The Queen (starring Helen Mirren) and the 2013 drama Philomena. Frears graduated from Trinity College, Cambridge in 1963 and went to work as an assistant director on the films' Morgan!' and' if'. In the mid' 80s Frears caught overseas interest as being a feature film director with such films as Gumshoe and The Beautiful Laundrette of mine. The film Hero of his, starring actor Dustin Hoffman, was a big box office disappointment and the path of his of the movie Mary Reilly was nominated for a Razzie Award (an award which recognizes the worst films). In 2013, the drama Philomena of his won the top screenplay award in the 2013 Venice Film Festival and the BAFTAs (British Academy of Television and Film), and was also nominated for Best Picture in the BAFTAs as well as the Academy Awards. Judi Dench was starred by the film. In between 1982 and 2014, Frears' award nominations reached twelve, six of which he won. He resides with the wife of his, painter Anne Rothenstein, and his 2 youngest kids Lola and Frankie. Frears also has 2 kids, Sam and will, from his earlier marriage to editor and journalist Mary Kay Wilmers.
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