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Richard is an actor, writer and director hailing from London, England. As an actor he has most recently taken lead roles in a range of high profile independent films, including World War I feature film 'Eleven', Academy Award qualifying short film, 'Whirlpool' and 'Soul Searching', based on true events. His feature film, 'The Reverend and Mrs Simpson', a post-war story tackling racism and bigotry, is currently in production (due out 2020) and has attracted a renowned international cast and crew to the project, and a lot of interest from industry professionals, even before the cameras started rolling. As a writer, his feature film script 'Rags to Riches' was adapted for the stage and consequently won the prestigious NDFA awards in the UK for best youth play, as well as earning Richard a best new writer nomination at the Sir Michael Caine Drama Awards that same year. Short film 'Sweet Lies', which Richard wrote and also played the role of Jake in, was named best short film at two major festivals in 2018 alongside a number of nominations in different categories. Richard also received a Best Director award at The Golden State Film Festival for his short 'The Games Children Play', which premiered at Graumans Chinese Theater in Hollywood in March 2019. For more information on Richard's work visit www.imdb.me/richarddeeroberts
Best Director, Short Film
The Games Children Play
Golden State Film Festival
Hollywood, USA
2019
Winner, Festival Award Short Film
Sweet Lies
Other Venice Film Festival
Award of Distiction Short Film f
Sweet Lies
Canada Shorts Film Festival
Nominated, Best Short Best Short Film
Sweet Lies
Culver City Film Festival
College
University of Central Lancashire, Preston UK
Advertising and visual communication
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Birth Date
February 28
Birth City
Shrewsbury, Shropshire UK
Current City
London
Hometown
London
Gender
Male
Eye Color
Blue
Zodiac Sign
Pisces
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