Tony Mitchell (director) From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Tony Mitchell (born Aug 9th 1961) is a British/Canadian film and television director, born in Toronto. He has directed many high-end event mini-series, movies and episodic television shows: " A.D.
Tony Mitchell may refer to: Tony Mitchell (basketball, born 1989), basketball player formerly of the University of Alabama Tony Mitchell (basketball, born 1992), 2013 NBA Draft selection out of the University of North Texas Tony Mitchell (director), Canadian-British film and TV director
History. In 1991, Fleetwood, Lancashire blues rock band Kiss of the Gypsy, led by singer/songwriter, Tony Mitchell, released their only album, "Kiss of the Gypsy". The band lasted only 3 years, 1 album and 3 singles after being signed to Atlantic Records USA in 1991.
Tony Mitchell (born Aug 9th 1961) is a British/Canadian film and television director, born in Toronto. He has directed many high-end event mini-series, movies and episodic television shows: A.D. The Bible Continues (2015), The Bible (2013), Atlantis (2011), Episodes 3.1, 3.3, of Primeval (2009), Flo
Currently, Anthony Mitchell holds the position of Vice President-Corporate Communications at Onesource Services, Inc. In his past career Mr. Mitchell was SVP, Chief Communications & Public Affairs Officer at Career Education Corp., VP-Corporate & Financial Public Relations at American Express Co., Vice President-Corporate Communications o
Persimmon plc is a British housebuilding company, headquartered in York, England. The company is named after a horse which won the 1896 Derby and St. Leger for the Prince of Wales (the future Edward VII). It is listed on the London Stock Exchange and is a constituent of the FTSE 100 Index.
The second series of the British television drama series Grange Hill began broadcasting on 2 January 1979, before ending on 2 March 1979 on BBC One.The series follows the lives of the staff and pupils of the eponymous school, an inner-city London comprehensive school.
Top Gun is a 1986 American action drama film directed by Tony Scott, and produced by Don Simpson and Jerry Bruckheimer, in association with Paramount Pictures.The screenplay was written by Jim Cash and Jack Epps Jr., and was inspired by an article titled "Top Guns" published in California magazine three years earlier.
Derek Ridgers (born 20 October 1950) is an English photographer known for his photography of music, film and club/street culture. He has photographed people such as James Brown, The Spice Girls, Clint Eastwood and Johnny Depp, as well as politicians (), gangsters (Freddie Foreman), artists (Julian Schnabel), writers (Martin Amis), fashion designers (John Galliano) and sports people (Tiger Woods).
Los premios MTV Video Music Awards 1985 fueron entregados en el Radio City Music Hall de la ciudad de Nueva York y transmitido en vivo por el canal de televisión ...