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Cinematographer Adrian Biddle Dies Aged 54
08 Dec 2005 :

Adrian Biddle

Oscar and BAFTA nominated British cinematographer Adrian Biddle has died suddenly in London at the age of 54. Adrian will be sadly missed by the Irish and International filmmaking community.

The British Society of Cinematographers

confirmed today that Adrian, born in August 1951, died on the 7th of December 2005 of an apparent heart attack in London, as he was being driven by his wife Mo to a commercials shoot in the city centre.

Adrian, who is best known for his work with director Ridley Scott, was nominated for an Academy Award and a BAFTA in 1992 for ‘Thelma and Louise’.

During his illustrious 36 year career Adrian photographed a number of Irish feature films including ‘The Butcher Boy’ (1997) (for which he won a European Academy Award), ‘Reign of Fire’ (2002) and most recently ‘Laws of Attraction’ (2004). Adrian’s other credits include ‘Aliens’, ‘The Princess Bride’, ‘The World is Not Enough’ ‘Bridget Jones the Edge of Reason’, ‘Event Horizon’, ‘Willow’, ‘The Mummy’ and he had just completed filming the action/drama ‘V for Vendetta’.

“We are completely shocked and devastated by this news,” said Francis Russell of the BSC “it has taken us all by surprise and we send our deepest sympathies to Mo and his young family.”

Adrian is survived by his wife Mo and three children, Alice, Esther and Alfie.



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