Christopher Hampton

Christopher Hampton

Highest Rated: 100% The Father (2020)

Lowest Rated: 25% Total Eclipse (1995)

Birthday: Jan 26, 1946

Birthplace: Faial, Açores, Portugal

Like his literary hero, the 19th Century French poet Arthur Rimbaud, writer Christopher Hampton found professional success at a young age. When his play "When Did You Last See My Mother" (1966) opened at the Royal Court Theater in London, Hampton was just 20 years old - the youngest playwright ever to have opened a play in the West End. But unlike Rimbaud, who gave up creative writing altogether before he reached 21, Hampton went on to a long and illustrious career as a playwright, screenwriter, film director and translator. Along the way, he picked up an Academy Award for his screenplay adaptation of the hit film "Dangerous Liaisons" (1988) and enjoyed one of the most charmed writing lives an artist can imagine having, working exclusively on prestigious projects in a variety of mediums.

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Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

Movies

Credit
100% No Score Yet The Father Screenwriter - 2020
40% 58% Ali & Nino Screenwriter - 2016
No Score Yet 63% The Thirteenth Tale Screenwriter - 2013
33% 41% Adore Screenwriter $317.1K 2013
78% 50% A Dangerous Method Screenwriter $5.7M 2011
50% 39% Chéri Screenwriter,
Executive Producer
$2.7M 2009
83% 80% Atonement Writer $50.9M 2007
31% 71% Imagining Argentina Director,
Writer
- 2003
87% 72% The Quiet American Writer (Screenplay) $13M 2002
No Score Yet 51% A Bright Shining Lie Writer - 1998
50% 28% Joseph Conrad's The Secret Agent Director,
Writer
$70.4K 1996
25% 61% Total Eclipse The Judge (Character) $339.9K 1995
54% 74% Carrington Director $2.3M 1995
93% 83% Dangerous Liaisons Screenwriter $32.7M 1988
No Score Yet 88% Wolf at the Door Writer $39K 1986
No Score Yet 0% Beyond the Limit Writer - 1983

TV

Credit
No Score Yet No Score Yet The Singapore Grip Executive Producer,
Writer
2020
No Score Yet No Score Yet Theater Talk Guest 2016
No Score Yet No Score Yet In Conversation Guest 2010

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