Susanna White (born 1960) is a British television and film director.
1 Early life 2 Career 3 Personal life 4 Filmography
4.1 Film 4.2 Television
5 References 6 External links
White was born in England in 1960. She first became interested in
films at 8 years old, when she visited the set of the BBC children's
TV show Crackerjack, and asked her parents to buy her a Super 8 film
camera. She read English at Oxford University, and then won a
Fulbright scholarship to study film at UCLA.
After graduation, White spent 12 years making documentaries for BBC2.
In 1999, she failed to win a place on a BBC training scheme and was
turned down for a BBC drama director trainee course. In 2001, she was
supported by BBC2 controller Jane Root, who eased her into drama with
a £200,000 budget drama for BBC2, Love Again, about Philip Larkin.
She won a BAFTA award for best drama serial for her work on the 2005
version of Bleak House. She directed the BBC mini-series Jane Eyre of
which she was nominated for an Emmy award. She also directed four
episodes of the
Year Title Notes
1997 Bicycle Thieves Short
2010 Nanny McPhee and the Big Bang
2016 Our Kind of Traitor
2017 Woman Walks Ahead In post-production
Year Title Notes
1985 Bleak House Episode 7
1988 40 Minutes Episode: "The Gypsies Are Coming"
1995 Modern Times 2 episodes
2001 Holby City 3 episodes
2002 Attachments 4 episodes
2002 Teachers 5 episodes
2003 Love Again TV film
2004 Lie with Me TV film
2005 Mr. Harvey Lights a Candle TV film
2005 Bleak House 7 episodes
2006 Jane Eyre 4 episodes
2007 The Diary of a Nobody TV film
2008 Generation Kill 4 episodes
2011 Boardwalk Empire Episode: "A Dangerous Maid"
2012 Parade's End 5 episodes
2015 Masters of Sex Episode: "Party of Four"
2016 Billions Episode: "Where the F*** is Donnie?"
^ a b c "Susanna White: From Jane Eyre to Generation Kill". Independent. ^ Brown, Maggie. "Parade's End director says sexism is still rife in drama world". The Guardian. ^ "Damian Lewis and Jeremy Northam Join Cast of Spy Thriller Our Kind of Traitor". Variety. 25 March 2014. Retrieved 25 February 2015. ^ "How I make it work: Susanna White". The Sunday Times.
Susanna White on IMDb
WorldCat Identities VIAF: 21890941 ISNI: 0000 0000 4841 6102 SUDOC: 168259427 BNF: cb1622