Gerrard Williams

Gerrard Williams



Gerrard Williams is a British film and television director best known for his work on the hit BBC series, “The Hour.” He was born in London in 1976 and grew up in East London. He attended the University of East Anglia, where he studied English Literature and Film Studies. After graduating, he worked as a runner on a number of film and television projects before moving into directing.

Williams’ first directing job was on the children’s series “Bugsy Malone Jr.” in 1999, for which he won a BAFTA award. He then went on to direct episodes of the popular BBC series “EastEnders” and “Casualty.”

In 2011, Williams was chosen to direct the first series of “The Hour,” a BBC drama set in the 1950s. He received critical praise for his direction of the show, and it went on to become a major hit. Williams was also involved in the making of the show’s second series, and his work on the show earned him a BAFTA nomination.

Since then, Williams has continued to direct for television, with credits including the crime drama “Hustle,” the medical drama “Doctors,” and the thriller “The Missing.” He has also directed several feature films, including “The Truth About Tommo” (2016) and “The Entitlement” (2020).

Williams is known for his creative approach to directing and his ability to tell stories that captivate audiences. He has been praised for his keen eye for detail and his skill in creating compelling visuals. He is also highly regarded for his understanding of character and his ability to bring out an actor’s best performance.

Gerrard Williams is a highly sought-after director who has worked on some of the best television and film projects of the last two decades. His work has earned him numerous awards and nominations, and he is widely respected for his talent and expertise.

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