Tony Scott was an English film director, screenwriter and producer. He first acted as writer and director for the short film 'One of the Missing' (1969). This was followed by the direction of the short 'The Author of Beltraffio' (1976). Later on in his life, he directed many other short films including 'Beat the Devil' (2002) and 'Agent Orange' (2004).
Tony Scott also directed several feature films such as 'Top Gun' (1986), 'Beverly Hills Cop II' (1987), 'Days of Thunder' (1990), 'Crimson Tide' (1995), 'Enemy of the State' (1998), 'Man on Fire' (2004), 'Déjà Vu' (2006), 'The Taking of Pelham 123' (2009) and 'Unstoppable' (2010), to name a few.
On television, he served as executive producer for many television dramas including 'AFP: American Fighter Pilot' (2002), ‘The Gathering Storm’ (2002), 'Numb3rs' (2005-10), 'The Good Wife' (2009-12), ‘Gettysburg’ (2011), 'Labyrinth' (2012), 'World Without End' (2012) and 'Killing Lincoln' (2013).