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Colin Bucksey

Colin Bucksey
Born 1946 (age 68–69)
Camberwell, London, England, United Kingdom
Residence United States
Occupation Film and television director
Years active 1973–present
Spouse(s) Verity Lambert (m. 1973; div. 1987)
Sally Bucksey (m. 1988)
Children 2

Colin Bucksey (born 1946 in Camberwell, London, England) is a British-born American film and television director.

Career

Since the 1970s, Bucksey has accumulated a number of credits in British TV, directing episodes of Crown Court, Armchair Thriller and Educating Marmalade.

He eventually moved into American TV, directing episodes of Miami Vice, Crime Story, Wiseguy, Sliders, Nash Bridges, Lexx, NCIS: Naval Criminal Investigative Service, Numb3rs, Breaking Bad, The 4400, Burn Notice, Better Call Saul, and others.[1] More recently, he directed Fargo episodes "The Six Ungraspables" and "Buridan's Ass", the latter episode which earned him a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Directing for a Miniseries, Movie or a Dramatic Special.

Bucksey also directed the film Dealers (1989), starring Paul McGann and Rebecca De Mornay.

Personal life

Bucksey married Verity Lambert (the first producer of Doctor Who) in 1973. They divorced in 1987. He is now married to Sally Bucksey. They have been married for 26 years, and have two children: Alfred and Theodore.

References

  1. ^ Colin Bucksey Biography at Film Reference.com

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