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      Newton Thomas Sigel

      Newton Thomas Sigel

      Highest Rated: 94% Three Kings (1999)

      Lowest Rated: 12% Blankman (1994)

      Birthday: Not Available

      Birthplace: Detroit, Michigan, USA

      As a renowned cinematographer and television director, Newton Thomas Sigel worked a number of low-budget indies before joining forces with director Bryan Singer on "The Usual Suspects" (1995), thus opening the doors to major studio films. From there, Sigel moved up the ladder, shooting "Blood and Wine" (1996) starring Jack Nicholson and "Fallen" (1998) with Denzel Washington before working again with Singer on "Apt Pupil" (1998). By this time, he was Singer's go-to cinematographer and Sigel segued to blockbuster films by shooting "X-Men" (2000) and "X2" (2003) for the director. Despite his ongoing working relationship with Singer, he branched out to film David O. Russell's "Thee Kings" (1999), George Clooney's "Confessions of a Dangerous Mind" (2002) and Terry Gilliam's "The Brothers Grimm" (2005). Sigel upped the ante with Singer's highly anticipated "Superman Returns" (2006) and his well-received follow-up, "Valkyrie" (2008), before delivering some of his finest work on the critical darling "Drive" (2011). Whether in collaboration with Singer or other top Hollywood directors, Sigel remained one of the industry's most sought-after directors of photography.

      Filmography

      Movies

      Credit
      77% 89% Dog Cinematographer $61.8M 2022
      37% 73% Cherry Cinematographer - 2021
      92% 53% Da 5 Bloods Cinematographer - 2020
      67% 71% Extraction Cinematographer - 2020
      60% 85% Bohemian Rhapsody Cinematographer $216.3M 2018
      80% 84% Marshall Cinematographer $10.0M 2017
      20% 39% Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: Sword of Destiny Cinematographer - 2016
      47% 65% X-Men: Apocalypse Cinematographer $155.0M 2016
      12% 34% Seventh Son Cinematographer $17.2M 2014
      90% 91% X-Men: Days of Future Past Cinematographer $233.9M 2014
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Jack the Giant Slayer 3D Cinematographer $65.2M 2013
      52% 55% Jack the Giant Slayer Cinematographer - 2013
      93% 79% Drive Cinematographer $35.1M 2011
      21% 59% Frankie & Alice Cinematographer $693.2K 2010
      56% 62% The Conspirator Cinematographer $11.5M 2010
      24% 47% Leap Year Cinematographer $25.9M 2010
      62% 65% Valkyrie Cinematographer $83.1M 2008
      52% 38% Leatherheads Cinematographer $31.2M 2008
      49% 58% Towelhead Cinematographer $371.4K 2007
      74% 61% Superman Returns Cinematographer $200.1M 2006
      38% 39% The Brothers Grimm Cinematographer $37.9M 2005
      85% 85% X2 Cinematographer $214.9M 2003
      No Score Yet 47% Point of Origin Director - 2002
      80% 75% Confessions of a Dangerous Mind Cinematographer $16.0M 2002
      82% 83% X-Men Cinematographer $157.3M 2000
      31% 66% Brokedown Palace Cinematographer $10.1M 1999
      94% 77% Three Kings Cinematographer $60.7M 1999
      54% 56% Apt Pupil Cinematographer $8.8M 1998
      40% 72% Fallen Cinematographer $25.2M 1998
      63% 35% Blood and Wine Cinematographer $1.1M 1996
      73% 43% The Trigger Effect Cinematographer $3.6M 1996
      38% 65% Foxfire Cinematographer $258.3K 1996
      88% 96% The Usual Suspects Cinematographer $22.6M 1995
      12% 41% Blankman Cinematographer $7.4M 1994
      58% 65% Indian Summer Cinematographer $14.7M 1993
      77% 79% Into the West Cinematographer $3.7M 1992
      63% 55% Salmonberries Cinematographer - 1991
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Perfect People Cinematographer - 1988
      No Score Yet 86% When the Mountains Tremble Director - 1983
      No Score Yet No Score Yet El Salvador: Another Vietnam Cinematographer - 1981

      TV

      Credit
      51% 63% Citadel Executive Producer,
      Director
      2023
      90% 96% House Director 2004 2006