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Nuala Quinn Barton

Nuala Quinn-Barton
Born Fionnualagh Patricia Quinn
(20-03-00)March , 20
Co Down, Ireland
Nationality British/American
Occupation Film Producer, Talent Manager, Photographer, Ex Fashion Model
Years active 1968 – present
Relatives Mischa Barton (Daughter)

Nuala Quinn Barton is an independent Film Producer and Talent Manager.

Barton is best known for producing such films as 'Homecoming', 'The Third Half' and for Managing the Career of her daughter Mischa Barton

She is currently involved in Financing and Producing several International Film Productions including 'Glastonbury Isle of Light :The Journey of the Grail' by Daniel McNicoll.

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Nuala Barton née Quinn was born at Ballintubber Co Roscommon Southern Ireland.

Educated in London at Our Lady of Sion School, Sion Manning School London and Lucie Clayton School of Modeling and Fashion Design. Barton was a Model for Lucie Clayton and the Gavin Robinson Agency in the early 70's.

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Nuala Early Advertising Shot Circa 1970

She subsequently set up a Photography Studio in London and New York and married her current husband Paul Marsden Barton a Foreign Exchange Broker in June 1975. They have three daughters a London Barrister, a Student and Mischa Barton an Actress.

Barton went on to manage her daughter Mischa Barton and has been her Talent Manager throughout her early career during her rise to fame. Barton is responsible for the casting of her daughter in such successes as The OC, The Sixth Sense and Notting Hill amongst a slew of others.

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