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Trevor Robert Nunn


Trevor NUNN, British theatre director. Award for The Revenger’s Tragedy and The Winter's Tale 1969; Award for Antony and Cleopatra 1975; Award for Best British Musical of 1976 for The Comedy of Errors (Lyrics); Award 1978; Award for Best Director in Evening Standard Drama Awards 1978; Award, Best; Award for Best.


Nunn, Trevor Robert was born on January 14, 1940 in Ipswich, England. Son of Robert Alexander and Dorothy May (Piper) Nunn.


Student, Ipswich College. Student, Downing College, Cambridge, England. Doctor of Laws, University Warwick, 1982.

Master of Arts (honorary), University Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 1982.


Tango 1965, The Revenger’s Tragedy 1965, 1969, The Taming of the Shrew, The Relapse, The Winter's Tale 1969, Hamlet 1970, Henry VIII 1970; Roman Season: Antony and Cleopatra, Coriolanus, Julius Caesar, Titus Andronicus 1970; Macbeth 1974, 1976, Hedda Gabler (own version) 1975, Romeo and Juliet 1976, Comedy of Errors 1976, Winter’s Tale (co-director) 1976, King Lear (co-director) 1976, Macbeth 1976, The Alchemist 1977, As You Like It 1977, Every Good Boy Deserves Favour 1977, Three Sisters 1978, The Merry Wives of Windsor 1979, Once in a Lifetime 1979, Juno and the Paycock 1980, The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby 1980 (with John Caird) (New York 1981), Cats 1981, All’s Well That Ends Well 1981, Henry IV (parts I & II) 1981, 1982, Peter Pan (with John Caird) 1982, Starlight Express 1984, Les Miserables (with John Caird) 1985, Chess 1986, The Fair Maid of the West 1986, Aspects of Love 1989, Othello 1989, The Baker’s Wife 1989, Timon of Athens 1990. TV: Antony and Cleopatra 1975, Comedy of Errors 1976, Every Good Boy Deserves Favour 1978, Macbeth 1978, Shakespeare Workshops Word of Mouth (written and directed by T. Nunn) 1979, The Three Sisters, Othello 1989. Film: Hedda (own scripted version), Lady Jane 1985. Director Belgrade Theatre, Coventry. Association Director Royal Shakespeare Company 1964-1987, Artistic Director 1968-1978, Chief. Executive 1968-1986, Jt.

Artistic Director 1978-1987. F. Homevale Ltd. and Awayvale Ltd. Toured United States of America, Australia with own version of Hedda Gabler 1975.

Honorary Litt.D. Warwick) 1982. Honorary Master of Arts (Newcastle upon Tyne) 1982, London Theatre Critics' Best Director. Director, Best New Play, Evening Standard.

Director, Drama; Director (all for The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby).



Married Janet Suzman, 1969 (divorced 1985). 1 child; married Sharon Lee Hill, 1986 (divorced 1991). 2 children; married Imogen Stubbs, 1994.

2 children.

Robert Alexander Nunn

Dorothy May (Piper) Nunn

Janet Suzman

Sharon Lee Hill

Imogen Stubbs