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Owen McPolinBorn: 1969 (age: 44)
Owen McPolin was the director of photography on Matt Smith's first full episode, The Eleventh Hour. He had previously worked with that episode's director, Adam Smith, on Little Dorrit.
In the first decade of the 21st century, the Cork-born — and largely Éire-based — cinematographer was thrice nominated for an Irish Film and Television Award, most recently for Dorrit. He won a Gold Hugo at the Chicago International Film Festival for the 2007 Australian tele-film, The Catalpa Rescue, known in America as Irish Escape.
Other works include The Note , Coup, Whitechapel, Young James Herriot, The Runaway, Eliot and Me, When Harvey Met Bob, The Silence, Pure Mule: The Last Weekend, The Take, The Diplomat, Eden, BitterSweet, Rough Diamond, Showbands II, Hide & Seek, Trouble with Sex, Pure Mule, Des Bishop Live at Vicar Street, Showbands, Spin the Bottle, Headrush, Mapmaker, H3, Flick, I Could Read the Sky, Inside Out: Portraits of Children