Duncan Kenworthy

Duncan Kenworthy

Highest Rated: 96% Four Weddings and a Funeral (1994)

Lowest Rated: 39% The Eagle (2011)

Birthday: Sep 9, 1949

Birthplace: England, UK

When Duncan Kenworthy took a leave of absence from his duties with Jim Henson Productions to produce a "little" film he couldn't have imagined that the Oscar-nominated Best Picture "Four Weddings and a Funeral" (1994) would become the most commercially successful British film of all time and alter the course of his career forever. Beginning at the Children's Television Workshop in the 1970s, he worked on "Sesame Street" and later produced an Arabic version of the popular educational staple for Kuwaiti TV. His first feature credit came as associate producer of Henson and Frank Oz's "The Dark Crystal" (1982), and he served as producer of HBO's "Fraggle Rock" (1983) and segments of "The Storyteller" (NBC, 1987-88; five unaired episodes debuted on HBO in 1997), both products of Henson Associates, as well as for "The Jim Henson Hour" (NBC, 1989).




74% 63% The Children Act Producer $432.5K 2017
89% 68% The Pass Producer - 2016
No Score Yet 100% Fixed: The Science/Fiction of Human Enhancement Cinematographer - 2013
39% 41% The Eagle Producer $19.5M 2011
64% 72% Love Actually Producer $59.4M 2003
60% 79% Heartlands Executive Producer - 2002
No Score Yet 40% The Final Curtain Producer - 2002
57% 63% The Parole Officer Producer - 2001
63% 29% Strictly Sinatra Executive Producer $1.2K 2001
83% 79% Notting Hill Producer $116.1M 1999
72% 84% Lawn Dogs Producer $106.3K 1997
96% 74% Four Weddings and a Funeral Producer $49.3M 1994


No Score Yet No Score Yet Gulliver's Travels Producer 1996