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Paul Tothill first worked with Atonement director Joe Wright on the miniseries Charles II: The Power & The Passion (a.k.a. The Last King), and on the film Pride & Prejudice. His work editng the latter earned Mr. Tothill an American Cinema Editors (A.C.E.) Eddie Award nomination in the Best-Edited Feature Film [Comedy or Musical] category.
He started his editing career at the BBC. In addition to several Royal Television Society Award nominations, he has received five BAFTA Award nominations, for his work on the following television miniseries: Bille Eltringham's The Long Firm; Stephen Poliakoff's Perfect Strangers; Andy Wilson's Gormenghast; Metin HÃ¼seyin's The History of Tom Jones, a Foundling; and Anthony Page's Middlemarch.
Mr. Tothill's other film credits include Paul Weiland's Sixty Six, also for Working Title Films, and Shane Meadows' A Room for Romeo Brass. His other television credits include Stephen Poliakoff's miniseries Shooting the Past; Beeban Kidron's miniseries Murder; and Simon Cellan-Jones' segments of the epic miniseries Our Friends in the North.
His next feature project is Phyllida Lloyd's musical Mamma Mia!