Nira Park

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Nira Park
Born United Kingdom
Occupation Television producer, film producer

Nira Park is a British television and film producer.[1]

Park worked at The Comic Strip[2] from 1989 to 1995. In June 1995, she founded Big Talk Productions, which employs twenty-five people. Under this production company, she has produced comedies such as Black Books and Spaced.[3] Subsequent to Spaced, she continued to work with Edgar Wright on Shaun of the Dead,[3] Hot Fuzz, Scott Pilgrim vs. the World and The World's End.[4] She produced the Channel 4 comedy Free Agents, starring Stephen Mangan and Sharon Horgan in 2009.

In addition to comedy, she has also worked on dramas and documentaries. In 2005, she was named one of the "Top Ten Producers To Watch" by Variety Magazine.

Park was married to Keith Allen, but they have since divorced.[citation needed]

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