Tristan de Vere Cole
Tristan de Vere Cole was born on Mar 16, 1935 in UK. Tristan de Vere Cole's big-screen debut came with Orions belte directed by Ola Solum in 1985.
Tristan de Vere Cole served in the Royal Navy from the age of 16 to 25, and was then an actor and Assistant Stage Manager at the Bristol Old Vic, before starting his career in television.He directed episodes of many acclaimed series such as "Bergerac" (1981-1991), "Secret Army" (1979) and "Warship" (1974-1976), as well as the four-part classic serials Kenilworth (1967) and John Halifax, Gentleman (1974) and many period plays including Thirty-Minute Theatre (1965) and The Game (1997) set in 1913. He also directed Alan Plater's highly acclaimed Trinity Tales (1975). He directed the first ever episode of the long-running Yorkshire TV soap "Emmerdale" (1972-)Experience of shooting at sea proved valuable for his two feature films, which were both Anglo-Norwegian productions, Orions belte (1985), shot in Spitzbergen, the Arctic, the North Cape and Oslo, and Dykket (1989), shot in the North Sea.
BirthdayMar 16, 1935
Place of BirthRedruth, Cornwall, England, UK