How rich is Michael Bakewell?
Michael Bakewell net worth:
Michael Bakewell information
Michael Bakewell information
Michael Bakewell net worth & biography:Michael Bakewell is a British television producer. He is best known for his work during the 1960s, when he was the first Head of Plays at the BBC after Sydney Newman divided the drama department into separate series, serials and plays divisions in 1963. Later, he produced plays for BBC2's Theatre 625 anthology strand, including John Hopkins' highly regarded Talking to a Stranger quartet of linked plays.He has also worked in radio drama, including adapting The Lord of the Rings into a 1981 radio series for the BBC. He was also the dubbing director for many of Manga Video UK's dubs (and many dubs for both Central Park Media and Manga Video UK), e.g., Cyber City Oedo, Devilman, Dominion Tank Police, Patlabor (Manga PAL version - movies 1 and 2), Tokyo Babylon, Genocyber, Roujin Z, Angel Cop, Violence Jack and many others.From 1955 until 1972 he was the husband of Joan Bakewell; the couple had two children, Matthew and Harriet. Wikipedia
More about Michael Bakewell:
|Theatre 625||1965-1968||TV Series producer - 52 episodes|
|The Wednesday Play||1967||TV Series producer - 1 episode|
|Sword of Honour||1967||TV Series producer - 2 episodes|
|Troilus and Cressida||1966||TV Movie producer|
|Eh, Joe?||1966||TV Movie producer|
|BBC Sunday-Night Play||1962||TV Series producer - 1 episode|
|The Men from Room 13||1961||TV Series producer - 2 episodes|
|Rumik World: Za chojo||1992||Video dialogue director: english version|
|Ningyo no mori||1991||Video dialogue director: english version|
|Patlabor: The Movie||1989||dialogue director: english version|
|Goku Midnight Eye||1989||Video dubbing director: Manga UK version|
|Dominion Tank Police||1988||Video dialogue director: english version|
|Rumic World: The Laughing Target||1987||Video dialogue director: english version|
|Junk Boy||1987||Video short dialogue director: english version|
|Devilman||1987||TV Mini-Series dialogue director: english version|
|Hyper Combat Unit Dangaioh||1987||Video dialogue director: english version|
|Wicked City||1987||dialogue director: english version|
|Project A-Ko||1986||dialogue director: english version|
|Rumic World: Fire Tripper||1986||Video dialogue director: english version|
|Odin||1985||dialogue director: english version|
|Space Adventure Cobra||1982||dialogue director: english version|
|Monkey||1979-1980||TV Series dialogue director - 26 episodes|
|Tokusô sensha-tai Dominion||1993||Video short|
|Judge||1991||Video english voice director|
|Megazone 23||1989||Video English version, Manga UK Dub|
|Fat Man on a Beach||1973||TV Short documentary|
|Canterbury Tales||1969||TV Series 1 episode|
|Thirty-Minute Theatre||1968||TV Series 1 episode|
|The Men from Room 13||1960-1961||TV Series 5 episodes|
|The Power of the Witch: Real or Imaginary?||1971||TV Movie documentary script associate|
|The Power of the Witch: Real or Imaginary?||1971||TV Movie documentary||Himself - Host|
|Year||Award||Ceremony||Nomination||Movie||Award shared with|
|1969||Primetime Emmy||Primetime Emmy Awards||Outstanding Dramatic Program||Talking to a Stranger (1966)|
Looks like we don't have Michael Bakewell salary information. Sorry!
Looks like we don't have Michael Bakewell interesting facts information. Sorry!
Looks like we don't have Michael Bakewell quotes information. Sorry!
Looks like we don't have Michael Bakewell trademarks information. Sorry!
Looks like we don't have Michael Bakewell pictures. Sorry!