|Also Known As:
Carrick (Teddy), Edward Anthony Craig
||Died: || January 21, 1998
|Born: || January 3, 1905
||Cause of Death: ||
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CAST: (feature film)
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Raised by his grandmother
Joined his father in Rome as a "pupil assitant"
Aided in compiling issues of the magazine THE MASK
Helped with the assembling of the International Exhibition of Theater Art and Crafts
Hired by George Pearson as an art director for Stoll Studios under pseudonym Edward Carrick
Worked regulary throughout the early 1930s till the financial crises in 1937
Founded Britian's first film school, the AAT in Soho; closed during the war
Supervising art director at Pinewood Studios
Last feature film "The Nanny"
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Helen Godfrey. Proposed in 1927; died 1960; mother to his first daughter.
Mary Timwell. Gardener. Married 1960; survived him.
Ellen Terry. Actor.
Edward Gordon Craig. Stage designer, theorist. Died in 1966.
"Designing for Moving Pictures"
"Art and Design in the British Film"
"Gordon Craig: The Story of His Life"