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Tracey Seaward most recently produced Stephen Frears's The Queen, for which Dame Helen Mirren won the Academy Award, the Golden Globe Award, the Screen Actors Guild Award, and the BAFTA Award, among many other honors she and/or the picture received around the world. As producer, Ms. Seaward received a BAFTA Award when the picture was cited as Best Film of the Year, and was similarly an Academy Award and Golden Globe Award nominee.
She had previously worked with Mr. Frears as producer of Dirty Pretty Things, which earned Academy Award, BAFTA Award, and WGA Award nominations for Eastern Promises screenwriter Steve Knight's original screenplay. The film won several awards, including the London Evening Standard Award for Best British Film; the San Diego Film Critics Society award for Best Picture; and the top prize at the British Independent Film Awards.
Ms. Seaward's first feature film producing credit was on John Irvin's Widow's Peak, as co-producer. She then produced Thaddeus O'Sullivan's Nothing Personal, for which Ian Hart was cited as Best Supporting Actor at the 1995 Venice International Film Festival.
Ms. Seaward's subsequent films as producer have included Pat Murphy's Nora, starring Ewan McGregor as James Joyce. She was co-producer of Neil Jordan's The Good Thief and Danny Boyle's Millions, as well as (also for Focus Features) Fernando Meirelles's The Constant Gardener. For the latter film, Rachel Weisz won the Academy Award, the Golden Globe Award, and the Screen Actors Guild Award, among many other honors she and/or the picture received around the world.