Marc Munden was an assistant to Mike Leigh and Terence Davies before directing documentaries at the BBC. His TV dramas have been nominated on 7 occasions for a BAFTA (incl. Best Director twice) winning for The Mark of Cain, a drama set during the occupation of Iraq, and on 6 occasions for a Royal Television Society Award, winning for The Devil’s Whore.
Recently he directed an adaptation of the celebrated post-modern novel by Michel Faber, The Crimson Petal and the White (Starz Encore) and the pilot of the hit ABC series Quantico. In 2014 his conspiracy thriller Utopia (currently being remade by Gillian Flynn and HBO) won an International Emmy award for Best Drama Series.