Born in Bangalore, India, British director Anthony Page won a Tony Award in 1997 for his production of Henrik Ibsen's "A Doll's House. " In addition to the numerous stage plays that he directed throughout his career, Page helmed a variety of TV movies and a handful of feature films. He appeared in " Burn Hollywood Burn," a televised documentary series from 2007 that examined the career trajectories of four Welsh-born Hollywood personalities, including director Richard Marquand. The first feature film Page directed was "Inadmissible Evidence," based on John Osborne's play, which was released in 1968 and was nominated for a BAFTA film award. For the next decade, Page worked exclusively in theater and television, directing such memorable TV movies as 1973's "Pueblo," a dramatization of the 1968 hijacking of the USS Pueblo at the hands of North Korean armed forces. The movie won two primetime Emmys, and helped to solidify Page's reputation as a director of serious, sophisticated material. In 1977, Page directed the Oscar-nominated feature film "I Never Promised You a Rose Garden," a riveting exploration of a young woman's experience in a mental institution. Truly passionate about literary classics, Page's work on the 1994 BBC mini-series "Middlemarch" earned him six BAFTA nominations.