Richard Heeley

Richard Heeley



Richard Heeley is a British film director, producer, and writer who has worked on many TV shows, films, and commercials. He was born in London in 1969 and grew up in the city, studying drama and film at Central School of Speech and Drama.

He began his career as a director in 1991, making his debut with the short film ‘Babysitting’. Over the next few years, he directed a number of television commercials and short films, including ‘Lilliput’ and ‘The Rubber Man’.

In 2002, Heeley made his feature film debut with the comedy ‘Confetti’. The film, which starred Martin Freeman and Olivia Colman, was a critical and commercial success. He followed this up with the psychological thriller ‘The Words’ in 2004.

Heeley has also written and produced a number of films, including the award-winning ‘The Street’ and ‘The Real Life of Angel Deverell’. He also directed the drama ‘The Best Man’ and the horror film ‘The Devil’s Chair’.

In recent years, Heeley has directed episodes of popular TV shows such as ‘Doctor Who’, ‘Hollyoaks’, and ‘Misfits’. He has also worked on the films ‘The Miseducation of Cameron Post’, ‘The Limehouse Golem’, and ‘The Kid Who Would Be King’.

Richard Heeley is an established director who has worked on a variety of films, TV shows, and commercials. His work has won critical acclaim and been seen by millions of people around the world. He continues to work in the entertainment industry, creating projects for both the big and small screen.

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