|The Avengers||1998||Costume Designer||n/a||1|
|101 Dalmatians||1996||Costume Designer||n/a||1|
|Travels With My Aunt||1972||Costume Designer||n/a||1|
|Miss Potter||2006||Costume Designer||n/a||1|
|Evil Under the Sun||1982||Costume Designer||n/a||1|
|Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade||1989||Costume Designer||n/a||1|
|Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom||1984||Costume Designer||n/a||1|
|Andrew Lloyd Webber 50th Birthday Celebration||1999 1998 - 1999||Costume Designer||(Glenn Close)||1|
|Priest of Love||1981||Costume Designer||n/a||1|
|The Royal Hunt of the Sun||1969||Costume Designer||costume design||1|
|The Ninth Gate||2000||Costume Designer||n/a||1|
|Death on the Nile||1978||Costume Designer||n/a||1|
|Nicholas and Alexandra||1971||Costumer||2nd Unit Costumer||1|
|102 Dalmatians||2000||Costume Designer||n/a||1|
|Began his film career with "Royal Hunt of the Sun"|
|Began career as a teenager touring with his handmade marionette show|
|Created costumes for Glenn Close's Cruella de Vil in "102 Dalmatians"; received Best Costume Design Academy Award nomination|
|Second film with Polanski, "Pirates"; received Oscar nomination|
|Won Tony Award for Best Costume Design for John Gielgud's production of "The School for Scandal"; also nominated for Best Scene Design|
|Designed the sets and costumes for the Paris stage production of "Amadeus", directed by and starring Polanski|
|Was costume designer for "The Avengers", a feature film based on the 1960s TV series|
|Designed costumes for live-action feature, "101 Dalmatians", starring Glenn Close|
|Earned another Oscar nomination for Spielberg's "Hook", starring Dustin Hoffman, Robin Williams and Maggie Smith|
|Returned to Broadway as set designer for revival of Noel Coward's "Private Lives", starring Maggie Smith|
|Reteamed with Spielberg for "Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade"|
|First affiliation with director Steven Spielberg, "Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom"|
|Raised in Yorkshire and Dublin|
|Designed the costumes for the Andrew Lloyd Webber musical "Sunset Boulevard"; show opened in London before playing L.A. and NYC in 1994; received Tony nomination for Costume Design|
|Spent the better part of four years working closely with David Lean on the director's proposed film "Nostromo"; project halted by Lean's death|
|Worked as a design consultant for hotels and restaurants and helped in the restoration and renovation of Sutton Place, Guilford during the 1960s and 1970s|
|Final film (to date) with Polanski, "Frantic"|
|Costume designer and lecturer on theater design at his alma mater, Central School of Art and Design|
|Consulted as a designer fashioning men's sportwear during the 1960s and 1970s|
|Won second Oscar for "Death on the Nile"; featured in the cast were Bette Davis and Maggie Smith|
|While serving as a map reader in the military, mistakenly led the British Army of the Occupation in Germany into the Russian zone|
|Initial collaboration with director Roman Polanski, "Tess", earned him his third Oscar|
|Received first of three Oscars as costume designer for George Cukor's "Travels with My Aunt", starring Maggie Smith|
|Central School of Art and Design|
|"I start from the raw material of the actor. I assess the personality and character. What I always want to accomplish is to bring the actor and the needs of the character together. Also, I try to give each actor a style of his own, yet balance them against each other," --Anthony Powell, quoted in PR for Polanski's "Pirates"|
|When Anthony Powell dressed Bette Davis for "Death on the Nile", he politely listened to her list of "horrific ideas," but when she insited on wearing a wig that made her look like a cross between Mary Pickford and Shirley Temple, he had to do something.
As they sat in front of a mirror, Powell recalls, he combed the hideous wig and said, "'Now what you're looking at is one of the most famous faces in the world: these wonderful eyes, this marvelous cheekbone, this amazing mouth, this terrific jawline. And at the moment, I can't see any of those things.' She said to her assistant, 'This kid knows what he's doing--why don't we just leave the whole thing to him?' From then on, if I told her to shave all her hair off, paint herself blue, and come in stark naked on her hands and knees 'cause it was right for the character, she would have done it." --Anthony Powell in PREMIERE, February 1992
|"In the field of obsessive-compulsives, Anthony leads the pack. I don't know if you can work harder than he works. He gave me the character [of Captain Hook]." --Dustin Hoffman, in PREMIERE, February 1992|
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