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Peter Yates

Peter YatesBorn: 24-Jul-1929
Birthplace: Aldershot, Hampshire, England
Died: 9-Jan-2011
Location of death: London, England
Cause of death: Illness

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Film Director

Nationality: England
Executive summary: Breaking Away

Filmmaker, probably best known for the iconic (ambiguous link, Steve McQueen) cop drama Bullitt, and Oscar nominated for the cycling adventure Breaking Away and art-house hit The Dresser.

Wife: Virginia Pope (one son, one daughter)

    High School: Charterhouse School
    University: Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, London

    A Separate Peace (12-Sep-2004)
    Don Quixote (9-Apr-2000)
    Curtain Call (30-Aug-1999)
    The Run of the Country (22-Sep-1995)
    Roommates (3-Mar-1995)
    Year of the Comet (24-Apr-1992)
    An Innocent Man (6-Oct-1989)
    The House on Carroll Street (5-May-1988)
    Suspect (23-Oct-1987)
    Eleni (Nov-1985)
    The Dresser (6-Dec-1983)
    Krull (29-Jul-1983)
    Eyewitness (26-Aug-1981)
    Breaking Away (18-Jul-1979)
    The Deep (17-Jun-1977)
    Mother, Jugs & Speed (26-May-1976)
    For Pete's Sake (26-Jun-1974)
    The Friends of Eddie Coyle (27-Jun-1973)
    The Hot Rock (21-Apr-1972)
    Murphy's War (13-Jan-1971)
    John and Mary (14-Dec-1969)
    Bullitt (17-Oct-1968)
    Robbery (27-Sep-1967)
    One Way Pendulum (Aug-1964)
    Summer Holiday (11-Jan-1963)

    Cameraman: The Life and Work of Jack Cardiff (5-May-2010) · Himself

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