British director whose 2010 film The King’s Speech received Academy Awards for Greatest Picture and Greatest Achievement in Directing. He started his directing profession in TV using the series Quayside, Byker Grove and EastEnders. FOLLOWING THE King’s Talk, he aimed the 2012 film musical Les Miserables. He began entering his movies into youth tournaments at age group 14. He aimed Helen Mirren in the name role from the critically acclaimed 2-component miniseries Elizabeth I in 2005. He previously a child along with his ex-fiancee Tara Subkoff. Colin Firth received the Academy Prize for Best Professional for his leading function in Hooper’s film The King’s Talk.