Dominic Savage

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Dominic Savage (born November 23, 1962 in Margate, Kent, England) is a BAFTA-award-winning British director, writer and actor.[1][2]

Originally a child actor — making several television appearances and featuring in Stanley Kubrick's Barry Lyndon (1975) — Savage moved into writing and directing in his mid-thirties, going on to win BAFTAs for Nice Girl (2000) and When I Was 12 (2001).[3] He is also well known for his 2009 film, a BBC2 TV drama entitled Freefall.



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