Biography

Neil Marshall (born 25 May 1970) is an English film director, editor, and screenwriter. Marshall began his career in editing and in 2002 directed his first feature film Dog Soldiers, which became a cult film. He followed up with the critically acclaimed horror film The Descent in 2005. Marshall also directed Doomsday in 2008, and wrote and directed Centurion in 2010.

Neil Marshall (born 25 May 1970) is an English film director, editor, and screenwriter. Marshall began his career in editing and in 2002 directed his first feature film Dog Soldiers, which became a cult film. He followed up with the critically acclaimed horror film The Descent in 2005. Marshall also directed Doomsday in 2008, and wrote and directed Centurion in 2010.

Personal Info

Known For Directing

Gender Male

Known Credits 22

Birthday 1970-05-25

Place of Birth Newcastle upon Tyne - England - UK

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Also Known As

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Directing TV ShowsMovies

2019 HellboyDirector
2018 Lost in Space(2 episodes)Director
2016 Timeless(18 episodes)Director
2016 Westworld(1 episode)Director
2015 Tales of HalloweenDirector
2015 Game of Thrones The IMAX ExperienceDirector
2014 Constantine(2 episodes)Director
2014 Black Sails(2 episodes)Director
2013 Hannibal(1 episode)Director
2011 Game of Thrones(2 episodes)Director
2010 CenturionDirector
2008 DoomsdayDirector
2005 The DescentDirector
2002 Dog SoldiersDirector
1999 CombatDirector
1992 Brain DeathDirector

Writing

2015 Tales of HalloweenWriter
2010 CenturionWriter
2008 DoomsdayWriter
2005 The DescentAuthor
2002 Dog SoldiersWriter
1998 Killing TimeWriter

Acting

A World War II Fairytale: The Making of Michael Mann's 'The Keep' as Himself
2017 78/52 as Himself
2011 Game of Thrones(1 episode) as Night's Watch Archer
2010 Video Nasties: Moral Panic, Censorship & Videotape as Himself
2010 Cinémas d'Horreur - Apocalypse, Virus, Zombies as Himself

Editing

2002 Dog SoldiersEditor

Production

2012 The Halloween KidProducer

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