Bill Pope

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Bill Pope
Born (1952-06-19) June 19, 1952 (age 64)
Bowling Green, Kentucky
Occupation Cinematographer
Years active 1987–present

Bill Pope (born June 19, 1952), A.S.C. is an American cinematographer, best known for his work on Sam Raimi's films, The Matrix trilogy and his work on Edgar Wright's films.

Early life[edit]

Pope was born in Bowling Green, Kentucky. He attended College High School and New York University, where he received his master's degree in Fine Arts. Prior to graduation, Pope worked as the cinematographer on a student film entitled The Sixth Week which won an Oscar for Achievement in Documentary at the 5th Annual Student Academy Awards on May 21, 1978.[1]


Work on television
Music videos


  1. ^ "Amplifier Artist Directory: Bill Pope". Bowling Green Daily News. August 8, 2012. Retrieved September 14, 2012. 

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