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Nira Park is a British television and film producer.[1]

Nira Park
United Kingdom
OccupationFilm producer, television producer, and founder of Big Talk Productions
Years active1990–present
Known forShaun of the Dead
Hot Fuzz
Scott Pilgrim vs. the World
Attack the Block
The World's End
Black Books
Spouse(s)Keith Allen
(m. 1997; div. ??)

Park founded UK film and television production company Big Talk in 1995. She is best known for her collaborations with Edgar Wright, Simon Pegg and Nick Frost, having produced both series of the award-winning TV comedy Spaced and the Three Flavours Cornetto trilogy.

Following the success of Spaced, Park produced cult-comedy Shaun of the Dead,[2] for which she received a Carl Foreman Award nomination at BAFTA. The film was the first instalment of Wright’s iconic Three Flavours Cornetto trilogy, starring Simon Pegg and Nick Frost. Shaun was followed by 2007 hit Hot Fuzz and 2013's The World’s End.[3]

Nira produced Wright’s Scott Pilgrim vs. The World in 2010; in 2011 Joe Cornish’s SXSW audience-award winning debut feature Attack the Block, and that same year Greg Mottola’s Paul, written by Pegg and Frost. In 2012, she produced Ben Wheatley’s Cannes-premiered black-comedy Sightseers; in 2013 Jeremy Lovering’s critically acclaimed psychological horror In Fear, which premiered at Sundance; and in 2014 Cuban Fury, starring Nick Frost, Chris O’Dowd and Rashida Jones.

Most recently Nira produced rom-com Man Up, starring Simon Pegg, Lake Bell and directed by Ben Palmer. The movie premiered at Tribeca Film Festival and won ‘Best Comedy’ at the 2016 National Film Awards.[4] She also produced Sacha Baron Cohen’s action-comedy Grimsby, which was released February 2016. She most recently produced Edgar Wright's film Baby Driver, which was released in summer 2017.

For television, she has produced three series of the double BAFTA award-winning sitcom Black Books, Free Agents, and was an executive producer on Friday Night Dinner and the BAFTA award-winning Him and Her.


  1. ^ "Producer Nira Park On Set Interview PAUL". 15 July 2010. Retrieved 30 July 2018.
  2. ^ Dawtrey, Adam. "Nira Park". Variety. Retrieved 30 July 2018.
  3. ^ A. O. Scott (23 August 2013). "'World's End' Continues 'Shaun of the Dead' and 'Hot Fuzz'". The New York Times. The New York Times Company. Retrieved 30 July 2018.
  4. ^ "Winners for the 2nd annual National Film Awards UK announced – National Film Academy". 1 April 2016. Archived from the original on 14 April 2016. Retrieved 19 April 2016.

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