John Brabourne was one of Britain’s most prolific producers with an illustrious career spanning four decades and twenty-seven films. He produced some of the greats of British cinema, including A PASSAGE TO INDIA, MURDER ON THE ORIENT EXPRESS and ROMEO AND JULIET. His films secured five Oscars® and twenty one nominations.
John Brabourne was also Chairman of Thames Television and a Director of Euston Films and Thorn EMI. Throughout his career he consistently championed the need to support new talent entering into the film and television industries, a cause he furthered in his time as a Trustee of the Cinema and Television Benevolent Fund from 1985 to 1988.