|Born||Damian David Harris
2 August 1958
|Occupation||Film director, screenwriter|
|Spouse(s)||Annabel Brooks (m. 1981–90)|
|Partner(s)||Peta Wilson (1997–2002)|
Damian David Harris (born 2 August 1958) is an English film director and screenwriter. He is the son of the actor Richard Harris.
In 1968 Harris debuted on screen playing Miles in the film Otley. At the age of sixteen he appeared on his father's album of poetry and songs, I, in the membership of my days, together with his brothers Jared and Jamie. Harris attended Downside School, Somerset, England. Later Harris studied screenwriting at New York University.
He debuted as a director with short movies Killing Time (with Eric Stoltz) and Gleasy Lake and then moved to full-length movies debuting with The Rachel Papers, the adaptation of Martin Amis' novel. He has also directed episodes for several TV series. His most recent work is the 2008 drama Gardens of the Night with John Malkovich.
Harris was born in London, one of three sons of the Irish actor Richard Harris and his first wife, Welsh actress Elizabeth Rees-Williams. His brothers are English actors Jared Harris and Jamie Harris.
In 1981, Harris married British actress Annabel Brooks. They have one child together, daughter Ella. Later the pair divorced. From the mid-1990s, up until their separation in 2002, Harris lived with Australian model and actress Peta Wilson. They have one child together, son Marlowe, born in February 2002.
|1989||The Rachel Papers||Also screenwriter|
|1992||Chillers||TV series (1 episode); also screenwriter|
|1998||Sins of the City||TV series (2 episodes)|
|2008||Gardens of the Night||Also screenwriter & producer|
|2012||To The Moon||Short|
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