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Thaddeus O

Thaddeus O'Sullivan
Born (1947-05-02) 2 May 1947
Dublin, Ireland
Occupation Film director, cinematographer, screenwriter
Years active 1976–present

Thaddeus O'Sullivan (born 2 May 1947)[1] is an Irish director, cinematographer and screenwriter.


Year Title Genre Notes
2014 The Crimson Field Episodes 5 & 6
2011 Stella Days
2010 Silent Witness TV Series: 2 Episodes
2009 Into the Storm TV Movie
2004 Island at War TV Mini-Series
Proof TV Series
2002 The Heart of Me
2000 Ordinary Decent Criminal
1998 Witness to the Mob TV Movie
1995 Nothing Personal
1994 Seascape TV Movie
1992 Tell Tale Hearts TV Mini-Series
1991 December Bride
4 Play TV Series: 1 Episode
1985 The Woman Who Married Clark Gable Short Film
1978 On a Paving Stone Mounted
Year Title Genre Notes
1990 Ladder of Swords
1987 On the Black Hill
1984 Anne Devlin
1981 Traveller
1978 On a Paving Stone Mounted
Year Title Genre Notes
1978 On a Paving Stone Mounted



  1. ^ McLoone, Martin. "O'Sullivan, Thaddeus (1947–)". Screenonline. Retrieved October 4, 2013. 

Further reading

  • Grunert, Andrea. "Défier les traditions par le sexe : December Bride de Thaddeus O'Sullivan", in: Penny Starfield (ed.) Femmes et pouvoir, Corlet [France] 2008, p. 180-185, ISBN 978-2-84706-238-0
  • McLoone, Martin, December Bride: A Landscape Peopled Differently, in: James MacKillop (ed.)Contemporary Irish Cinema, Syracuse University Press, 1999, p. 40-53, ISBN 0-8156-0568-4
  • Pettitt, Lance, December Bride Cork University Press ("Ireland into Film") 2001, ISBN 1-85918-290-9

External links

  • Thaddeus O'Sullivan at the Internet Movie Database
  • at Yahoo
  • at Filmbug

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