Andrew Niccol was born on 10th June,1964 in New Zealand. He is a very popular Film Director, Screenwriter, and a Producer as well. He got married in the year 2002 with Rachel Roberts. He has three children named Ava, Mia, and Jack. He is the writer and the Director of the film Gattaca, Lord of war, Simone, In time, the host,
and much more. Andrew was born in Paraparaumu, but he brought up in Auckland. In Auckland, he started studying in Auckland Grammar School in the year 1973.
He shifted to London when he was 21 years old and started his career as a Director. He started directing Television Commercials and did the same for the next ten years. He is also the Writer and the Co-Producer of the film The Truman Show. The Truman Show got nominated for the category, Best Original Screenplay and won the award for Best Screenplay as well. Andrew’s films focus on many subjects like political, cultural, social, artificial realities and much more.
His movie Good Kill also got nominated at the Venice International Film Festival. He has done a Documentary named The Minutes of the year 2012 which was an amazing Documentary by him. He won the award for Best Film for his film Gattaca in the year 1997. He also won the Fun Trophy and a Special Jury award at the Gerardmer Film Festival. In the year 2005, he did the film Lord Of War and he earned a special recognition for Excellence in Filmmaking from the National Board of Review.
He also won the Saturn Award for Best Writing, Hugo Award for the Best Dramatic Presentation of the film for The Truman Show. In the year 1999, he won the Best Screenwriter Award at the London Critics Circle Film Awards for his films The Truman Show and Gattaca. He is the Producer of the film named Lord Of War,
, Good kill, S1m0ne. He has also written the story of the film named The Terminal, and he is also the Executive Producer of the film.
The director of the film The Terminal is
. In the year 2013, he did the film named
as a Director and Writer as well. He has also written the script of the film named Monopoly. He got nominated for the Golden Globe Award for the screenplay of his film The Truman Show. In the year 1999, he also got nominated for the Writers Guild of America for his amazing screenplay.