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Cast (feature film)

Monarch (2000) as King Henry Viii
One dark and stormy night in the winter of 1547, an injury on the road forces King Henry VIII to stop in an empty house. As he lays bleeding on the floor of a country manor surrounded by his shifty-eyed entourage, the ruthless ruler struggled with his own sanity, while his inner circle of aides whis
Scarlet and Black (1993) as Marquis De La Mole
In 19th Century France, a young man of humble origins, Julien Sorel, dreams of attaining power, like his idol Napolean Bonaparte. Believing the best route is not through the army (the red), but through the church (the black), he sets out on a future in the seminary but finds himself having an affair
Valmont (1989) as Baron
Set in 18th-century France, a young womanizing aristocrat makes a bet with his ex-lover that he can seduce a pure woman.
Red Scorpion (1989) as General Vortek
A Russian agent infiltrates a rebel organization in order to carry out an assassination. Morally unable to do so, he joins the rebels.
Pascali's Island (1988) as Dr Hogan
A thriller set on a Greek island under Turkish occupation during the fall of the Ottoman Empire.
Memed My Hawk (1987) as Dursun
The Doctor and the Devils (1985) as O'Connor
Grave robbers supply a doctor with bodies for his laboratory testing.
Behind Enemy Lines (1985) as Sir James Dorsett
A television movie about professor-turned-spy Colonel Calvin Turner who orchestrates the daring espionage of Americans and British in the London-based Office of Strategic Services (the World War II predecessor of the CIA) as the city smolders under the blitz and swings to Big Band music.
Scarlet and the Black, The (1983) as Heinrich Himmler
In his first TV starring role (after having debuted as Abraham Lincoln in the miniseries "The Blue and the Gray"), Gregory Peck is the real-life Monsignor Hugh O'Flaherty, a Vatican official responsible for concealing thousands of allied POW escapees in German-occupied Rome. Christopher Plummer is t
Britannia Hospital (1983) as Theatre Surgeon
Silver Dream Racer (1980) as Bank Manager
Outsider, The (1979) as Russell
In the early 1970s, American Michael Flaherty returns from fighting in Vietnam and tries to decide what to do with his life. Remembering his grandfather's stories about his early days fighitng with the Irish Republican Army against the British, Michael goes to Belfast to fight for home rule. But he
Portrait of the Artist As a Young Man, A (1977) as Simon Dedalus
Stephen Dedalus is a young man growing up in Ireland in the early part of the 20th century. His search for knowledge and undestanding, and the decline of his family's circumstances, lead him to revelations on the nature of art and politics. His personal renaissance makes him feel unwelcome in his own nation, and forces him to decide whether to leave and accept exile, or to stay and fight.
Straw Dogs (1972) as Major John Scott
Upon moving to Britain to get away from American violence, astrophysicist David Sumner and his wife Amy are bullied and taken advantage of by the locals hired to do contruction. When David finally takes a stand it escalates quickly into a bloody battle as the locals assault his house.
Villain (1971) as Frank Fletcher
A paranoid British gangster thinks everybody is a potential stoolie.
Perfect Friday (1970) as Smith
The deputy manager of a London bank has worked out a way to rob the branch of £200,000. When he becomes involved with the attractive Lady Dorset he decides to go ahead with his plan. He needs her help and that of her philandering spendthrift husband. It all comes down to a matter of trust.
Anne of the Thousand Days (1969) as Norris
Anne Boleyn fights to keep Henry VIII''s love and her head in the midst of palace intrigue.
The Charge of the Light Brigade (1968) as Russell
Snobbery and bad politics lead to military disaster during the Crimean War.
Ulysses (1967) as Buck Mulligan
Dublin; June 16, 1904. Stephen Dedalus, who fancies himself as a poet, embarks on a day of wandering about the city during which he finds friendship and a father figure in Leopold Bloom, a middle-aged Jew. Meanwhile, Bloom's day, illuminated by a funeral and an evening of drinking and revelry that stirs paternal feelings toward Stephen, ends with a rapprochement with Molly, his earthy wife.
Ferry Cross the Mersey (1965) as Hanson
Gerry and Fred Marsden, Les McGuire, and Les "Chad" Chadwick portray themselves in a romp through the early 1960's Liverpool Beat Scene. Art students by day and musicians by night the boy's big break comes by winning a local talent contest. But first, they must retrieve their instruments which have been mistakenly carried to the airport.
Young Cassidy (1965) as Tom
True story of playwright Sean O'Casey's involvement with the Irish rebellion of 1910.
Girl With Green Eyes (1964) as Priest
A young innocent gets involved with an older, married man.
The Siege of Sidney Street (1961) as Lapidos
As armed police surround a house in the East End of London, a young lady under medical supervision nearby thinks back to the events that lead her and a group of Russian refugee political anarchists to this situation.

Cast (special)

American, The (2001) as Marquis De Bellegarde
Drama based on the novel by Henry James, "The American," about a self-made Midwesterner who discovers the sinister secret of an aristocratic French family when he falls in love with a daughter of the family. Christopher Newman, a 19th century "new man" who has amassed a fortune in California, heads
Remorseful Day, The (2001) as Sir Lionel Phelps
Inspector Morse has a mysterious connection to murder victim Yvonne Harrison, who is found battered to death and handcuffed naked to her bed. Chief Superintendent Strange puts Sergeant Lewis in charge of the investigation, but Morse anticipates his colleague's every move. It becomes clear that Yvonn
James Joyce's Ulysses (1993) as Citizen
A semi-documentary that examines the life and work of James Joyce, using his novel "Ulysses" as a central theme. Scenes from the novel are dramatized as well as scenes from Joyce's own life.
Parnell and the Englishwoman (1991) as Justin Mccarthy
A four-part dramatic series based on the life of the late 19th Century Irish nationalist Charles Parnell and his love affair with Kitty O'Shea.
Partners in Crime, Series II (1986) as Randolph Wilmott ("The Ambassador'S Boots")
The second series of stories concerning an unconventional British couple, Tommy and Tuppence Beresford, who become sleuths to escape their boring lives as members of the snobbish clique of London's "beautiful people" of the '20s. Author Agatha Christie wrote each story in the style of rival mystery
To the Lighthouse (1984) as Augustus Carmichael
An adaptation of Virginia Woolf's novel. The film focuses on the Ramsay family's last summer at the seashore, before personal tragedy and the outbreak of World War I destroy their world.
Lady Killer (1973) as Jack Hardisty
The story of a young American bride who fears that her British husband is plotting to kill her.

Cast (TV Mini-Series)

Jack the Ripper Part 2 (1988) as O'Connor
A two-part miniseries focusing on the infamous Jack the Ripper, who killed five prostitutes in 1888 and was never captured.
Jack the Ripper Part 1 (1988) as O'Connor
A two-part miniseries focusing on the infamous Jack the Ripper, who killed five prostitutes in 1888 and was never captured.
Manions of America, The (1981) as Harry Clement
This handsome romantic drama chronicling the lives of two 19th-century families -- one Irish, the other English -- and the American family dynasties they began, was the collaborative work of daytime soap opera queen Agnes Nixon (creator of "All My Children" and "One Life to Live," among others) and
Holocaust - The Story of the Family Weiss (1978) as Blobel
Chosen as the Outstanding Limited Series (1977-78) at Emmy Award time, this original drama about two German families that are affected by events between 1935 and 1945 rivaled "Roots" in its impact on viewers in this country and sparked controversy throughout Europe as it premiered on television in o

Cast (TV Mini-Series)

Longitude (2000) as Edmund Burke
Arthur Hailey's "Strong Medicine" (1986) as Dr Sweeting

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