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Saturday, January 29, 2011

Danny Boyle

In 2010, Boyle directed the film 127 Hours. It was based on Aron Ralston's autobiography Between a Rock and a Hard Place. (REUTERS/Lucas Jackson)
Boyle's next film will be another instalment into the 28 Days Later franchise. (REUTERS/Mike Blake)
In 2008 he directed Slumdog Millionaire for which Boyle won an Academy Award. (REUTERS/Hector Mata)
Is one of 7 directors to win the Golden Globe, Director's Guild, BAFTA, and Oscar for the same movie, winning for Slumdog Millionaire. (REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni)
The first movie Boyle directed was Shallow Grave. (REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton)
Boyle is a trustee of the UK-based, African arts charity Dramatic Need. (REUTERS/Danny Moloshok)
Danny Boyle poses for a portrait during a press day for his new film "Slumdog Millionaire" in New York, October 24, 2008. (REUTERS/Lucas Jackson)
In between the films The Beach and 28 Days Later Boyle directed two TV movies for the BBC in 2001 – Vacuuming Completely Nude In Paradise and Strumpet. (REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson)
Boyle declined an offer to direct the fourth film of the Alien franchise, instead making A Life Less Ordinary using British finance. (REUTERS/Lucas Jackson)
Boyle started working in television as a producer for BBC Northern Ireland in 1980, where he produced, amongst other TV films, Alan Clarke's controversial Elephant before becoming a director on shows such as Arise And Go Now and Not Even God Is Wise Enough. (REUTERS/Michael Urban)

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