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Roger Pratt

Roger Pratt

Academy and BAFTA Award nominee Roger Pratt rejoins the crew on Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, after having previously worked as director of photography on Wolfgang Petersen's Troy and, of course, Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets.

Pratt is also well known for the critically acclaimed and award-winning Iris, as well as Chocolat, the film which garnered Pratt both BAFTA and British Society of Cinematographers Award nominations.

His film credits encompass many of the most interesting of their genre including The End of the Affair, starring Ralph Fiennes and Julianne Moore, for which he was nominated for an Academy Award; Twelve Monkeys, starring Bruce Willis; Shadowlands, starring Anthony Hopkins; and The Fisher King, starring Jeff Bridges and Robin Williams.

Other major cinema credits include Grey Owl, starring Pierce Brosnan; The Avengers, starring Ralph Fiennes; In Love and War; Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, directed by and starring Kenneth Branagh; Batman; High Hopes; Paris by Night; Mona Lisa; Dutch Girls; Brazil and Monty Python's Crimson Permanent Assurance.

He was also director of photography on several major television shows and series including King Lear in 1999, Bernard and the Genie in 1991, Jim Henson's Storyteller: Greek Myths in 1990, Scoop in 1987, The Short and the Curlies in 1987 and Meantime in 1981.


Note: This profile was written in or before 2006.

Roger Pratt Facts

OccupationCinematographer, Director of Photography
BirthplaceLeicester, England, United Kingdom

Selected Filmography

Not available.