Peter Wellington (director)

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Peter Wellington
Peter Wellington at a CFC event
Peter Wellington at a CFC event
NationalityCanadian
Occupationfilm and television director
Known forJoe's So Mean to Josephine, Cottage Country, Slings and Arrows

Peter Wellington is a Canadian film and television director. His films have included Joe's So Mean to Josephine, for which he won the Claude Jutra Award in 1996,[1] Luck (2003) and Cottage Country (2013).

Wellington has also directed the television series Slings and Arrows and episodes of the series 18 to Life (including its pilot), Traders, Exhibit A: Secrets of Forensic Science, The Eleventh Hour, Rent-a-Goalie, Being Erica, Single White Spenny, Rookie Blue, Saving Hope and Kim's Convenience.

His brother David is also a film and television director also for Saving Hope, a series he has also directed eight episodes of.

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