Self: Aliens: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly[Factual]; TARDIS Tales[Factual]; Fear Factor[Factual]; From Script to Screen[Factual]; The Writer's Tale[Factual]; The Fright Stuff[Factual]; Shadow Play[Factual]; River Runs Deep[Factual]; Lords and Masters[Factual]; Allons-y![Factual]
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Director: The End Of The World; The Unquiet Dead; Tooth and Claw; The Girl in the Fireplace; The Idiot's Lantern; Fear Her; The Runaway Bride; Silence in the Library / Forest of the Dead; Children Of Earth: Day One[TW]; Children Of Earth: Day Two[TW]; Children Of Earth: Day Three[TW]; Children Of Earth: Day Four[TW]; Children Of Earth: Day Five[TW]; The End of Time; Music of the Spheres; Children in Need Special | as Director, Music of the Spheres: Doctor Who Prom (2008)[Music]
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Euros LynBorn: 1971 (age: 52)
Euros Lyn is a television director.
To date, he has directed nine episodes of Doctor Who. He won the BAFTA Cymru award for Best Director for "Silence in the Library" and the 2007 Hugo Award for Best Dramatic Presentation, Short Form for "The Girl in the Fireplace". He also directed David Tennant's last episodes of Doctor Who.
In 2008, he directed Children of Earth, the five episode Torchwood mini-series.
In 2007, he directed the first episode of George Gently, based on the Inspector Gently novels by Alan Hunter, for BBC One. Adapted by Peter Flannery, the drama starred Martin Shaw and was shot in Dublin, Ireland. He has also directed four episodes of the long-running BBC medical drama Casualty.
A Welsh-speaker, he has won the Best Director category at the BAFTA Cymru Television Awards three times.