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PAMELA HADDOCK

Make Up & Hair Designer

THE TERROR

Director: Edward Berger.

Producer: Robyn Alain-Feldman.

Starring: Tobias Menzies, Jared Harris, Ciarán Hinds and Edward Ashley.

Scott Free Productions / EMJAG Productions / Entertainment 360.

THE WHITE PRINCESS

Directors: Jamie Payne and Alex Kalymnios.

Producer: Lachlan MacKinnon.

Starring: Jodie Comer, Jacob Collins-Levy and Michelle Fairley.

Company Pictures / Starz.

POLDARK (SERIES 2)

Directors: Charles Palmer and Will Sinclair.

Producer: Margaret Mitchell.

Starring: Aiden Turner and Eleanor Tomlinson.

Mammoth Screen.

BLACK SAILS (SERIES 3)

Directors: Steve Boyum, Alik Sakharov, Lukas Ettlin and Stefan Schwartz.

Producers: Nina Heyns and Dan Shotz.

Executive Producers: Jonathan E. Steinberg, Robert Levine and Chris Symes.

Starring: Zach McGowan, Luke Arnold, Jessica Parker Kennedy, Louise Barnes, Toby Stephens, Hannah New,

Sean Cameron Michael and Richard Wright-Firth.

Starz Production / Film Afrika Worldwide

GALAVANT

Directors: Chris Koch, John Fortenberry and James Griffiths.

Producers: Chris Koch and Helen Flint.

Executive Producer: Dan Fogelman.

Starring: Timothy Omundson, Joshua Sasse, Mallory Jansen, Karen David.

Hugh Bonneville, Ricky Gervais, Rutger Hauer and Vinne Jones.

ABC Studios.

BLACK SAILS (SERIES 2)

Directors: Steve Boyum, Clark Johnson and Alik Sakharov and Stefan Schwartz.

Producers: Nina Heyns and Dan Shotz.

Executive Producers: Jonathan E. Steinberg, Robert Levine and Chris Symes.

Starring: Toby Stephens, Jessica Parker Kennedy, Luke Arnold, Hannah New, Zach McGowan,

Toby Schmidt and Clara Paget.

Starz Production / Film Afrika Worldwide

VAMPIRE ACADEMY: BLOOD SISTERS (FEATURE FILM)

Director: Mark Waters.

Producers: Susan Montford, Don Murphy, Deepak Nayar and Michael Preger.

Starring: Zoey Deutch, Lucy Fry, Danila Kozlovsky and Gabriel Byrne.

Angry Films

POIROT: CURTAIN, THE BIG FOUR, ELEPHANTS CAN REMEMBER (TV, PERIOD DRAMA)

Directors: Hettie Macdonald, Peter Lydon and John Strickland.

Producer: David Boulter.

Starring: David Suchet, Hugh Fraser, Patricia Hodge, Helen Baxendle, Philip Glenister, Anne Reid, Zoe Wanamaker, Iain Glen Vincent Regan, Greta Scacchi and Vanessa Kirby.

ITV

MARPLE: ENDLESS NIGHT, GREENSHAW'S FOLLY (TV, PERIOD DRAMA)

Directors: Sarah Harding and David Moore.

Producer: Peter McAleese.

Starring: Julia McKenzie, Kimberley Nixon, Tom Hughes and Martin Compston.

ITV

THE ADVENTURER: THE CURSE OF THE MIDAS BOX(FEATURE, PERIOD DRAMA)

Director: Jonathan Newman.

Producers: Peter Bevan, Ibon Cormenzana, Ignasi Estape and Karl Richards.

Starring: Lena Headey, Michael Sheen, Sam Neill, Keeley Hawes

and Ioan Gruffudd.

E-Motion Pictures.

SHERLOCK II

Director: Toby Haynes and Paul McGuigan.

Producer: Sue Vertue and Mark Gatiss.

Starring: Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman.

Hartswood Films.

HYSTERIA (HAIR DESIGNER)(FEATURE, PERIOD DRAMA)

Director: Tanya Wexler.

Producers: Sarah Curtis, Judy Cairo, Tracey Becker.

Starring: Maggie Gyllenhaal, Hugh Dancy, Rupert Everett, Jonathan Pryce.

Hysteria Films Ltd.

PIRATES OF THE CARRIBEAN: ON STRANGER TIDES (MAIN HAIR TEAM)

Director: Rob Marshall.

Producer: Jerry Bruckheimer.

Starring: Johnny Depp, Geoffrey Rush, Penelope Cruz, Judi Dench, Ian McShane

Gemma Ward, Richard Griffiths and Keith Richards

Jerry Bruckheimer Films / Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures

POIROT: MURDER ON THE ORIENT EXPRESS, HALLOWEEN PATRY, THE CLOCKS, THREE ACT TRAGEDY (TV, PERIOD DRAMA)

Directors: Charlie Palmer, Philip Martin and Ashley Pearce.

Producer: Karen Thrussell.

Starring: David Suchet, Zoe Wanamaker, Sophie Thompson, Phyllida Law, Eileen Atkins, Hugh Bonneville,

Barbara Hershey, David Marrissey, Joely Richardson, Geoffrey Palmer, Tom Burke, Jamie Winstone,

Lesley Sharpe, Phil Daniels, Frances Barber, Martin Shaw, Kate Ashfield, Ark Malik and Jane Asher.

ITV

MARPLE: THE PALE HORSE, THE BLUE GERANIUM, THE SECRET OF CHIMNEYS, THE MIRROR CRACKED FROM SIDE TO SIDE. (TV, PERIOD DRAMA)

Directors: Andy Hay, Dave Moore, John Strickland, Tom Shankland.

Producer: Karen Thrussell.

Starring Julia McKenzie, Neil Pearson, Pauline Collins, JJ Field, Holly Valance,

Sarah Alexander, Bill Paterson, Nicholas Parsons, Susan Lynch, Toby Stephens,

Kevin McNally, Paul Rhys, Stephen Dillane, Edward Fox, Charlotte Salt,

Adam Godley, Dervla Kirwan, Joanna Lumley, Lindsay Duncan, Hugh Bonneville,

Victoria Smurfit, Caroliine Quentin and Nigel Harman.

ITV.

SKELLIG (TV, FANTASY DRAMA)

Director: Annabel Jankel.

Producer: Nick Hirschkorn.

Starring Kelly Macdonald, Tim Roth, John Simm and Bill Milner.

Feel Films for Sky 1.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT TIME TRAVEL
(FEATURE, CONTEMPORARY/SCIENCE FICTION)

Director: Gareth Carrevick.

Producer: Justin Smith.

Starring Chris O'Dowd, Dean Lennox, Marc Wootton and Anna Faris.

Doglamp Films/BBC Films.

TESS OF THE D'URBERVILLES (TV, PERIOD DRAMA)

Director: David Blair.

Producer: David Snodin.

Starring Gemma Arterton, Hans Matheson, Eddie Redmayne & Anna Massey.

BBC Television.

LARK RISE TO CANDLEFORD (TV, PERIOD DRAMA)

Director: Charlie Palmer.

Producer: Grainne Marmion.

Starring Dawn French, Julia Sawalha and John Dagleish.

BBC Television.

CLAPHAM JUNCTION (TV, CONTEMPORARY DRAMA)

Director: Adrian Shergold.

Producer: Elinor Day.

Starring Paul Nicholls, Rupert Graves, Samantha Bond and Luke Treadaway.

Darlow Smithson for Channel Four.

PERSUASION (TV, CLASSIC PERIOD DRAMA)

Director: Adrian Shergold.

Producer: David Snowdin.

Starring Sally Hawkins, Rupert Penny Jones and Julia Davis.

Clerkenwell Films for ITV.

AFTERLIFE SERIES 1 & 2 (TV CONTEMPORARY DRAMA)

Directors: Maurice Phillips, Charles Beeson, Ashley Pierce and Martyn Friend. Producer: Murray Ferguson.

Starring Andrew Lincoln and Lesley Sharpe.

Clerkenwell Films for ITV.

IT’S A BOY GIRL THING (FEATURE, CONTEMPORARY COMEDY) (UK CREW)

Director: Nick Hurran.

Producers: Steve Hamilton Shaw, David Furnish and Elton John.

Starring Samaire Armstrong, Kevin Zegers and Sharon Osbourne.

Rocket Pictures.

THESE FOOLISH THINGS (FEATURE, SET IN 1939)

Director: Julia Taylor-Stanley.

Producers: Julia Taylor-Stanley and Paul Sarony.

Starring Lauren Bacall, Anjelica Huston and Terence Stamp.

Porpoise Productions.

NANNY MCPHEE (FEATURE, SET IN 1870)

Make-up and Hair Team

Director: Kirk Jones.

Producer: Lindsay Doran, Eric Fellner, Debra Hayward.

Starring Emma Thompson, Colin Firth and Angela Lansbury.

Working Title.

THINGS TO DO BEFORE YOU’RE THIRTY (FEATURE, CONTEMPORARY)

Director: Simon Shore.

Producer: Peter Samuelson, Marc Samuelson.

Starring Dougray Scott, Jimi Mistry and Emilia Fox.

Samuelson Productions.

TRAUMA (FEATURE, CONTEMPORARY)

Director: Marc Evans.

Producers: Nicky Kentish Barnes and John Kavendish.

Starring Colin Firth and Mena Suvari.

Little Bird Productions

HEARTS OF GOLD (TV, SET IN 1933)

Director: Richard Laxton.

Producer: Matthew Robinson.

Starring Kate Jarman, Geraldine James, and David Troughton.

BBC.

ANCIENT EGYPTIANS (DRAMA DOCUMENTARY)

Director: Tony Mitchell.

Producer: Ben Gould.

Wall to Wall Television.

UNDERTAKING BETTY (FEATURE, STYLISED CONTEMPORARY)

Director: Nick Hurran.

Producers: Jason Piette and Michael Cowan.

Starring Christopher Walken, Brenda Blethyn, Alfred Molina, Naomi Watts and Lee Evans.

Snowfall Films.

BLACK PLAGUE (FEATURE, MEDIEVAL)

Director: Alberto Sciamma.

Producers: David Ball, Jason Piette and Michael Cowan.

Starring Lena Headey and Jason Flemyng.

Beyond Films.

SILENT CRY (FEATURE, CONTEMPORARY)

Director: Julian Richards.

Producers: Peter Le Terrier and Tim Dennison.

Starring Douggie Henshaw, Emily Woof and Frank Finlay.

First Foot Films.

DARWIN’S DANGEROUS IDEA (DRAMA DOCUMENTARY, VICTORIAN)

Director: Alistair Reed.

WGBH Boston.

NICHOLAS NICKLEBY (TV, CLASSIC PERIOD DRAMA)

Director: Stephen Whittaker.

Producer: Nick Brown.

Starring Charles Dance, Pam Ferris and Gregor Fisher.

Company Television.

BATFA Nomination

THE SIGHT (TV, CONTEMPORARY)

Director: Paul W.S. Anderson.

Producer: Jeremy Bolt.

Starring Michael McCarthy and Amanda Redman.

20th Century Fox Television.

THE SCARLET PIMPERNEL (TV, FRENCH REVOLUTION 1792)

Directors: Patrick Lau and Ed Bennet.

Producer: Julian Murphy.

Starring Richard E Grant, Martin Shaw and Elizabeth McGovern.

A&E Television.

EMMY Nomination

HONEST (FEATURE, SET IN 1960S)

Director: Dave Stewart.

Producers: Eileen Gregory and Michael Peyser.

Starring Natalie and Nicole Appleton, Melanie Blatt.

Pandora Films.

CIRCUS (FEATURE, CONTEMPORARY)

Director: Rob Walker.

Producer: Alan Latham.

Starring John Hannah and Famke Janssen.

Circus Pictures.

MILK (FEATURE, CONTEMPORARY)

Director: William Brookfield.

Producers: Meg Thompson and George Duffield.

Starring Francesca Annis and Dawn French.

Gummfluh Films.

THE JAMES GANG (FEATURE, CONTEMPORARY)

Director: Mike Barker.

Producer: Andrew Eaton.

Starring John Hannah and Helen Mc Rory.

Revolution Films.

HOUSE OF AMERICA (FEATURE, CONTEMPORARY)

Director: Marc Evans.

Producer: Sheryl Crown.

Starring Sian Phillips, Matthew Rhys and Steven Mackintosh.

September Films.

SHINE (FEATURE, 1960S & CONTEMPORARY)

Director: Scott Hicks.

Producer: Jane Scott.

Starring Geoffrey Rush, Lyn Redgrave and Sir John Gielgud.

Fine Line Features.

MCCALLUM (TV CONTEMPORARY DRAMA)

Directors: Patrick Lau, Sarah Hellings, Richard Holthouse, Richard Laxton,

Peter Smith and Christopher King.

Producer: Murray Ferguson.

Starring : John Hannah.

STV.

FOOD FOR RAVENS (TV PERIOD DRAMA)

Director: Trevor Griffiths.

Producer: Pedyr James.

Starring Brian Cox and Sinead Cusack.

BBC.

HAVE YOUR CAKE (TV, CONTEMPORARY DRAMA 6 PART SERIES)

Personal Make-up and Hair Design for Sinead Cusack

Director: Paul Seed.

Producer: Eileen Quinn.

Starring Sinead Cusack.

BBC/Initial Films.

OLIVER’S TRAVELS (TV CONTEMPORARY)

Director: Giles Foster.

Producer: David Cunliffe.

Starring Alan Bates and Sinead Cusack.

Worldwide Television/BBC.

SUNDAY PURSUIT (TV DRAMA)

Director: Mai Zetterling.

Producer: Paul Sarony.

Starring Denholm Elliott and Rita Tushingham.

HTV.

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