Terry Hughes, Award-winning Producer, Director
Terry Hughes was Head of BBC TV Variety during what has been described as the "golden years". In this capacity he oversaw production of such shows as Morecambe & Wise, The Two Ronnies, Mike Yarwood, The Generation Game and Dick Emery.
As Producer and Director of The Two Ronnies he received seven British Academy Film & Television Award nominations and one win. He also produced and directed shows with Barry Humphries and he is especially proud of the acclaimed Ripping Yarns written by and starring Michael Palin.
In 1980 Mr. Hughes and his family moved to Los Angeles where he soon became one of the premier producers and directors of hit situation comedies and TV movies. These include The Golden Girls (for which he received six Emmy nominations and two golden statues).
He went on to direct John Lithgow in 3rd Rock from the Sun (receiving another Emmy nomination) and episodes of such series as the long running Friends. He also directed the pilot episodes of the hit shows Blossom and That 70's Show.
Mr. Hughes has also directed many musicals for TV including Stephen Sondheim’s Sweeney Todd (another Emmy Award) and Sunday in the Park with George, Barnum with Michael Crawford and Mrs. Santa Claus starring Angela Lansbury. He also directed the feature films The Butcher's Wife starring Demi Moore and Monty Python Live at the Hollywood Bowl. For the stage he directed The Two Ronnies at the London Palladium.
Terry Hughes is scheduled to sail on the following voyage(s) (subject to change):