British director of the favorite 1970s and 1980s films Sunday Evening Fever, WarGames, and Brief Circuit. He was created in Britain but grew up in Birmingham, Alabama, learning to be a naturalized U.S. resident in 1970. His cult traditional 1983 film WarGames performed on the overall public’s paranoia encircling the Cold Battle and the risk of a nuclear strike. His dad Henry was a U.S. Military General. His main breakthrough emerged in 1977 with Sunday Evening Fever starring John Travolta within a star-making role.