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Georgina Lowe is a British film and television producer, who has produced director Mike Leigh's films since 2009.

Among her TV Producer credits are the BBC miniseries Tipping the Velvet (2002), Fingersmith (2005), the ITV1 series Kingdom (2007–2009) and the new Agatha Christie series Partners in Crime starring David Walliams and Jessica Raine for BBC One.

In 1993, she started working with Mike Leigh and his producer Simon Channing Williams, as production manager on Naked,[1] and since then she has been involved in the production of all Leigh's films.

She co-produced Topsy-Turvy (1999), All or Nothing (2002), Vera Drake (2004) and Happy-Go-Lucky (2008).

She produced Mike Leigh's Another Year (2010), A Running Jump (2012) and Mr. Turner (2014).

In 2011, Mike Leigh made her his partner in Thin Man Films, the production company he started with Channing Williams in 1988.[2]

She has two daughters, Matilda and Sophie, and is married to the actor Sam Graham. Her brother in law is Phillip Schofield.


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