Natascha Wharton

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Natascha Wharton
Born 1965 (age 51–52)
Trinidad, Trinidad and Tobago
Nationality British
Occupation Senior Production Executive, BFI
Years active 1991 - present

Natascha Wharton (born 1965) is a British film producer and founder of WT2 Productions, an independent film production company, and subsidiary of Working Title Films.

Biography[edit]

Wharton was born in Trinidad to a German mother and Trinidadian father.[1]

Prior to joining Working Title Films, Wharton served as an assistant to producer Eric Fellner, who would later co-own the company. She joined Working Title in 1993, serving as an assistant to Fellner and Working Title co-founder Tim Bevan.[2] Wharton later became a development executive for the company and, in 1999, established Working Title's subsidiary WT2 Productions as a production company that produced independent films.[3] Films produced under the WT2 production banner include Shaun of the Dead, Billy Elliot, The Calcium Kid and Ali G Indahouse.[2]

Wharton left Working Title in July 2009. She is currently the head of development and production executive for the British Film Institute's Film Fund.[1]

Filmography[edit]

Year Film Role
1991 A Kiss Before Dying Assistant to Eric Fellner
1994 Four Weddings and a Funeral Assistant to Tim Bevan and Eric Fellner
1996 Loch Ness Assistant to Tim Bevan and Eric Fellner
1998 What Rats Won't Do Associate producer
1999 Plunkett & Macleane Co-producer
2000 Billy Elliot Executive producer
2002 Long Time Dead Executive producer
Ali G Indahouse Executive producer
My Little Eye Executive producer
2004 Shaun of the Dead Executive producer
The Calcium Kid Producer
Mickybo and Me Executive producer
Inside I'm Dancing Executive producer
2006 Sixty Six Executive producer
2007 Hot Fuzz Executive producer
Mr. Bean's Holiday Head of development for Working Title
Gone Executive producer
Atonement Head of development for Working Title
2011
Paul Executive producer

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