Terence Davies was born on Nov 10, 1945 in UK. Terence Davies's big-screen debut came with The Long Day Closes directed by Terence Davies in 1992. Terence Davies is known for The Long Day Closes directed by Terence Davies, Marjorie Yates stars as Mother and Leigh McCormack as Bud. Terence Davies has got 22 awards and 46 nominations so far. The most recent award Terence Davies achieved is Dublin Film Critics Circle Awards. The upcoming new movie Terence Davies plays is A Quiet Passion which will be released on Apr 07, 2017.
Terence Davies was born on November 10, 1945 in Liverpool, England, UK. He is a director and writer, known for Distant Voices (1988), Chez les heureux du monde (2000) and Emily Dickinson, a Quiet Passion (2016).
BirthdayNov 10, 1945
Place of BirthLiverpool, England, UK
22 wins & 46 nominations
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