1944 – Tony Scott, born on the 21st of July in Stockton-on-Tees in the farmlands of Northern England. He is an English film director. He is the brother of director Ridley Scott.
1960 – At the age of sixteen, he appeared in Boy and Bicycle, a short film marking the directorial debut of his then-twenty-three-year-old brother Ridley.
1983 – His first project, he agreed to tackle MGM’s artful vampire pic The Hunger, starring David Bowie and Catherine Deneuve. The movie was released to a disappointing silence at the box office.
1987 – 1991 – He almost instantly became the man to call on for fun action romps, directing films like Beverly Hills Cop II, Days of Thunder, and The Last Boy Scout.
1990 – He spent churning out popular titles like Crimson Tide, The Fan, and Enemy of the State.
2001 – 2006 – Released film on the 20th century such as Spy Game, Man on Fire starring Denzel Washington, Domino with Keira Knightley and again a film with Denzel; Deja Vu.