Paul Seed

Director · Actor
IVA Star Rating : 48
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Paul Seed (born 18 September 1947) is a British television director and former actor. Born in Bideford in Devon, he began his career as an actor, appearing in numerous television series, including Z Cars, Softly Softly: Task Force, Survivors, Doctor Who, Secret Army, Coronation Street, Crown Court and Tales... read more

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Paul Seed (born 18 September 1947) is a British television director and former actor. Born in Bideford in Devon, he began his career as an actor, appearing in numerous television series, including Z Cars, Softly Softly: Task Force, Survivors, Doctor Who, Secret Army, Coronation Street, Crown Court and Tales of the Unexpected. In the late 1970s, Seed chose to pursue a career in TV drama directing and completed the BBC Directors' course, following which he directed numerous TV plays, series and serials during the 1980s. He is perhaps best known for directing the BBC's smash-hit 1990 mini-series House of Cards and its sequel To Play the King, adapted by Andrew Davies from Michael Dobbs' novels and famously starring Ian Richardson as Francis Urquhart. He continued to direct for television drama series throughout the 1990s including A Touch of Frost and Playing the Field, and in 2002 directed all six episodes of the revival of Auf Wiedersehen, Pet. In recent years, he has directed episodes of New Tricks, Northern Lights and Lark Rise to Candleford, and in 2010 directed the BBC adaptation of Just William. Description above from the Wikipedia article Paul Seed, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.​

Born

Thursday, 18 September 1947

Actor Filmography

Drama Connections Self 2005
The Human Factor Shop Assistant 1979
Tales of the Unexpected Director of Commercial 1979
Hazell Dicky Loraine 1978
Secret Army Dominique, Van Hoyt 1977
Survivors Grant 1975
BBC2 Playhouse TV director 1974
Crown Court Special Con. Bell 1972
Doomwatch Michael Pratt 1970
ITV Saturday Night Theatre Mr. Rangers 1969
(see additional filmography)

Actor Filmography

Drama Connections Self 2005
The Human Factor Shop Assistant 1979
Tales of the Unexpected Director of Commercial 1979
Hazell Dicky Loraine 1978
Secret Army Dominique, Van Hoyt 1977
Survivors Grant 1975
BBC2 Playhouse TV director 1974
Crown Court Special Con. Bell 1972
Doomwatch Michael Pratt 1970
ITV Saturday Night Theatre Mr. Rangers 1969
Doctor Who Graff Vynda-K 1963

Director Filmography

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