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Paul Atherton was born on 20 March, 1968 in Cardiff, United Kingdom, is an English producer. At 52 years old, Paul Atherton height not available right now. We will update Paul Atherton's height soon as possible.

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Occupation filmmaker
Paul Atherton Age 54 years old
Zodiac Sign Pisces
Born 20 March 1968
Birthday 20 March
Birthplace Cardiff, United Kingdom
Nationality English

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Children Charles Sebastian Atherton-Laurie

Paul Atherton Net Worth

He net worth has been growing significantly in 2021-22. So, how much is Paul Atherton worth at the age of 54 years old? Paul Atherton’s income source is mostly from being a successful Filmmaker. He is from English. We have estimated Paul Atherton's net worth , money, salary, income, and assets.

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In spring 2020, several news articles about rehousing homeless people due to Covid-19 quoted Atherton, most describing him as a filmmaker.


In 2016 Atherton's video-diary, tracking sixteen years of his son's visits from his home in South Wales to see him in London, was edited down from over 300 hours of footage to a 77-minute film. Entitled Our London Lives the film screened as part of the exhibition "Recording A Life" in the Show Space area of the Museum of London. After the exhibition the film was taken into the museum's permanent collection.


In 2009 Atherton produced the short film Colour Blind 2009 directed by Amanda Baker which premiered at the British Urban Film Festival the same year. Starring Wil Johnson and Robert Cavanah it explores the issue of skin colour and stereotyping through the eyes of its protagonists.


The Ballet of Change is a series of four films (approximately 4 minutes) produced and directed by Atherton in 2007. Funding was provided by the National Lottery Heritage Fund. Atherton got permission to premiere each films at the landmark in question (Piccadilly Circus, Trafalgar Square, Leicester Square and London Bridge.) Music specially written for the films was available for download from a website, and many of the 600 people who watched the screening in Piccadilly Circus brought MP3 players with them for this purpose. Atherton said that his purpose in creating the films was to make available to a wider audience the images hidden in archives, so that more people could engage with London's history. The film about Piccadilly Circus was the first film ever shown on the Piccadilly Circus Coca-Cola billboard.


Then in 2005, Atherton served as producer of Silent Voices, a television docudrama about domestic violence, which premiered on the Community channel (UK) and was later reissued as a DVD to raise funds for the National Centre for Domestic Violence.


In 2002, Atherton got his start in filmmaking with a four-week apprenticeship at British cookery channel UK Food and UK Style. He set up his own production company Simple TV Production in 2004.


Paul Atherton FRSA (born 20 March 1968) is a London-based filmmaker. He produced and directed The Ballet of Change, a series of four short films that were projected onto London landmarks. His video-diary Our London Lives is in the permanent collection of the Museum of London.