Birth Place: Berkshire, England, GB
Death Place: Cornwall, England, GB
Channing-Williams first began working with Leigh as an assistant director on the 1980 BBC film "Grown Ups", and moved to producing with Leigh's featurette "The Short and Curlies" (1981). Since then, he co-produced Leigh's "High Hopes" (1988), about a working-class couple. Soon after, they formed Thin Man Films which has offered "Life Is Sweet" (1991), "Naked" (1993), and also Tim Sullivan's "Jack & Sarah" (1995).
Channing-Williams began his career in production, working as an assistant director on numerous films and TV projects. As late as 1984, he was Hugh Hudson's assistant director on "Greystoke: The Legend of Tarzan, Lord of the Apes". He moved into associate producing after that, wor... Continue Bio >>
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