Tony Burrough

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Tony Burrough
OccupationProduction designer
Years active1978–2007

Tony Burrough is a production designer known for his work on the 1995 film Richard III .

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Career

In 1989, he was nominated for the British Academy Television Award for Best Production Design for his work on Series 1 of Alan Bennett's Talking Heads . [1] He was nominated for the same award in 1996 for his work on the 1995 miniseries The Buccaneers . [2]

In 1996, Burrough was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Art Direction for the 1995 film Richard III . [3] He won the 1997 BAFTA Award for Best Production Design for the same film. [4] In 2000, he was nominated for the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Art Direction for a Miniseries or Movie alongside Choi Ho Man and Dominic Smithers for their work on the television miniseries Arabian Nights . [5]

Burrough's production design has been praised by many critics. Kenneth Turan of the Los Angeles Times referred to his settings in several films as being "so satisfying that they're a reason to see the film all by themselves". [6] His design of Santa's workshop and elf village in The Santa Clause 2 was praised by Kevin Thomas as being "the film's strongest asset". [7]

Filmography

Television

Film

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