Birth Place: Liverpool, England, GB
Davies worked for twelve years as an accountant and bookkeeper at a Liverpool firm across the street from the famed Cavern Club (where the young Beatles played and Davies never visited). His spare time was filled with learning writing and directing, attending meetings of the Liverpool Writer's Club and going to acting classes. By the mid-1960s, Davies was acting in Liverpool theater and his dramas were performed on local radio.
Davies made his reputation as a writer-director with three acclaimed, semi-autobiographical 16mm films ("Children", 1976; "Madonna and Child", 1980; "Death and Transfiguration", 1983) generally screened together as "The Terence Davies Trilogy". These works depicted ... Continue Bio >>
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