Jane Campion BioGraphy

Jane Campion’s full name is Dame Elizabeth Jane Campion, who is a director of New Zealand as well as a producer and screenwriter. She has been the Director, Writer and Producer of many feature films till now. As in 1989 she was the director and writer of Sweetie. In 1990 she was the director of An Angel at My Table. In 1993 she was the director and writer of The Piano. In 1996 she was the director of The Portrait of a Lady. In 1999 she was the director and writer of Holy Smoke! In the same year she was the producer of Soft Fruits. In 2003 she was the director and writer of In the Cut. In 2006 she was the producer of Abduction: The Megumi Yokota Story. In 2009 she was the Director, Writer and Producer of Bright Star. In 2021 she was the Director, Writer and Producer of The Power of the Dog.

Jane Campion BioGraphy

Dame Elizabeth Jane Campion took her little steps for the first time in this world on 30 April 1954 in the house of Richard Campion and Edith Campion. Dame is currently 67 years old and her Born Place is Wellington, New Zealand. Campion’s birth sign is Taurus and she has New Zealand nationality. Her mother was an actress as well as a writer and heiress. Her father was a teacher as well as a theater and opera director. Her maternal grandfather’s name is Robert Hannah. Her maternal grandfather was a famous shoe maker. Antrim House was built for her maternal grandfather. Richard belonged to a fundamentalist Christian exclusive Brethren sect. She grew up in the New Zealand theater world along with her sister and brother. Richard and Edith founded New Zealand Players.

Education Qualification

She attended Victoria University of Wellington from where she graduated in 1975 with a Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology. After that she took admission in Chelsea Art School, London in 1976. Along with studies, she traveled all over Europe. Dame then attended the University of Sydney, where she earned a Bachelor’s Diploma in Visual Arts (Painting) from the Sydney College of the Arts in 1981.

Personal Life

Dame Elizabeth Jane Campion married Colin David Englert in 1992. Her husband was an Australian. Her husband served as the director of the second unit on The Piano. She gave birth to Colin’s first child in 1993, but their child died 12 days after birth. She gave birth to Colin’s second child in 1994, whom she named Alice Englert. Her daughter is an actress by profession. She got divorced from her husband in 2001.

BioGraphy
Real Name Dame Elizabeth Jane Campion
Other Name
Age 67  Year old
Date Of Birth 30 April 1954
Nationality New Zealand
Religion Christian
Gender Female
Birth Place Wellington, New Zealand
Profession
  • Director
  • Screenwriter
  • Producer
Zodiac Sign Taurus
Year Active  1980- Present
  Family 
Father Richard Campion
Mother Edith Campion
Sister  Anna Campion  
Brother  Name Michael Campion
Children  Name
  • Alice Englert
  • Jasper Englert
Husband Name Colin Englert (m. 1992–2001)
 Education
School Chelsea Art School in London
University
  • Victoria University of Wellington
  •  Sydney College of the Arts at the University of Sydney
Qualification Graduate
 Physical Status
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Height  5 Feet 8 Inches
Body Slim
Weight 65 kg
Eye Color Light Brown
Hair Color White
Shoe Size 12 (US)
Bra (Breast Approx Size 34
Hip Size Approx 34
Waist Size Approx 28
Dress Size 12 (US) Approx
Sexual Orientation Straight
  Relationship Status
Are you married ? Yes
Is she Lesbian No
Any Affair No
Partner Name
 Husband Name Colin Englert (m. 1992–2001)
 Social Media
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Instagram Not Active
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You Tube Not Active

Award

In 1994, she won Academy Awards in the category of Best Original Screenplay for The Piano. She won the Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts Awards eight times. In 2022, she won the BAFTA Awards in the categories of Best Film and Best Film Direction for The Power of the Dog. In the same year she won Golden Globe Awards in the categories of Best Director – Motion Picture and Best Screenplay – Motion Picture for The Power of the Dog. In 2022, she won the Art Directors Guild Awards in the Cinematic Imagery Award category. Twice she won the Cannes Film Festival award. In 1993, she won the César Award in the category of Best Foreign Film for The Piano. In 2022, she won the Critics’ Choice Awards for Best Picture, Best Director and Best Adapted Screenplay for The Power of the Dog and Directors Guild of America Awards in the Outstanding Directing – Feature Film categories. Three times she won the Independent Spirit Awards.

Short Films

In 1980, she was the director and writer of Tissues. In 1981 she was the director and writer of Mishaps of Seduction and Conquest. In 1982 she was the director and writer of Peel: An Exercise in Discipline. In 1983 she was the Director, Writer and Producer of Passionless Moments. In 1984, she was the director and writer of A Girl’s Own Story. In the same year she was the director and writer of After Hours. In 2006 she was the director and writer of The Water Diary. In 2007 she was the director and writer of The Lady Bug. In 2012, she was the producer of I’m the One. In 2016, she was the producer of Family Happiness

Net Worth

Power of the Dog’s Director, Writer and Producer, whose name is Dame Elizabeth Jane Campion, has a net worth of about ten million dollar.

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