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Prior to Hyde Park on Hudson, Norma Webb previously worked with director Roger Michell on the smash Notting Hill, starring Julia Roberts and Hugh Grant, on which she was both hair stylist and make-up artist.
Ms. Webb won a BAFTA (Cymru) [Wales] Award for her work as chief make-up designer on Coky Giedroyc’s WWII-set telefilm Carrie’s War, starring Keeley Fawcett; and shared an Emmy Award as part of the make-up department honored for its work on the miniseries Merlin, directed by Steve Barron. As senior hair stylist and senior make-up artist on Lasse Hallström’s Chocolat, she shared a BAFTA Award nomination.
After studying at the London College of Fashion, where she was named Student of the Year, she trained and worked at BBC London. Since then, she has worked on feature films, telefilms, and miniseries as a make-up and hair artist.
Ms. Webb has worked on four 007 movies with three different James Bonds, most recently as make-up artist on Skyfall, starring Daniel Craig for director Sam Mendes. Her other make-up artist credits include, also for Focus Features, Joe Wright’s Atonement, also as hair artist; Robert Altman’s all-star Gosford Park; Martin Campbell’s miniseries Edge of Darkness, Michael Apted’s Gorillas in the Mist, starring Sigourney Weaver; Merchant Ivory’s The Remains of the Day, starring Anthony Hopkins and Emma Thompson; Lasse Hallström’s Salmon Fishing in the Yemen; and Christopher Hampton’s Carrington and The Secret Agent, both also as hair stylist.
Her many other projects have included Ron Howard’s The Da Vinci Code, as hair stylist and make-up artist; and make-up and/or hair work on the second unit of three Harry Potter movies.