Managing Director and Operations He joined the company in early 2000 and started running nights on Harry Potter and then progressed to being Lead Man on “Tomb Raider 2” in 2002. He went on to run a number of features and Television series over the years. He is popular with Location Managers with his controlled manner and his clear direction of operational goals. His contribution to The Movie Lot, together with his forward thinking, motivation and vision has had a positive impact and has assisted The Movie Lot in becoming one of the leading Security companies in the industry.
Founder and Director of the Movie Lot Tony has worked in the Film and TV industry since 1988 and founded The Movie Lot in 1992 and is proud to have a company that has stood the test of time. Tony also appears on the other side of the camera and has featured in “The Football Factory”, “Eastenders” and many other productions.
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