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Born: March 11, 1923 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: London, England, GB Profession: Cast ...
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Cast (feature film)

1.
Conspiracy Theory (1997) as Flip
A paranoid cab driver, Jerry Fletcher, publishes a newsletter about conspiracy theories and nourishes a desire for the lovely Alice Sutton, a Justice Department employee. Suddenly Jerry finds himself in trouble with the CIA when one of the theories turns out to be accurate. Jerry escapes from the hands of Dr Jonas only to end up on the run. Alice finds herself in the middle of this cat and mouse game as it is revealed that Jerry and his main nemesis, Dr Jonas, have a past relationship that could lead to dangerous consequences.
2.
House Iii (1989) as Casey
Detective Lucas McCarthy watches Meat Cleaver Max die in the electric chair. But this only seems to make Max even meaner, and now the ghost-like psycho is out for blood-soaked revenge.
3.
Reunion (1988)
4.
Cracked Up (1987) as Wilbert Fletcher
A high school track star is obsessed with the deadly drug "crack." His addiction not only endangers his life but threatens to destroy his relationships with his best friend and his father, an introspective clergyman.
5.
Day of the Dead (1985) as John
Zombies have been on the rampage for so long that there are very few humans left alive. One of the survivors, Dr. Logan, is conducting experiments on captured zombies in an underground compound to try to find a way for people and the living dead to coexist peacefully. Unwillingly sharing the facilit
6.
Flashpoint (1984) as Peterson
7.
First Time, The (1983) as Chief Duty Officer
Teenager Jennifer Jason Leigh drops out of high school to follow her boyfriend to San Diego, and her desperate mother, Susan Anspach, not ready for her daughter's loss of innocence, enlists the aid of an old Navy friend to help locate her. Harriet Nelson is the girl's liberal-minded grandmother.
8.
Green Man, The (1982)
Work has been going with a bang for freelance assassin Hawkins but a job in England just after the war is a different matter. His apparently easy target, a pompous government minister, is off for some hanky-panky at the Green Man on the south coast, where Hawkins is planning to retire him for good. But before he can get on with this the hit-man has a procession of unwanted visitors at home to dispose of - one way or another.
9.
Benny's Place (1982) as Jason Macwilliams
The fifth winner of the annual ABC Theater Award for new plays, this drama tells of a proud man who feels that time and younger men threaten his existence after he is forced to take on a young assistant in the factory repair shop that he has run by himself for so long. Louis Gossett, Jr., is the fie
10.
Desperate Lives (1982) as Robert Walsh
High school brother and sister Helen Hunt and Doug McKeon (in this second TV-movie in as many nights) get involved with drugs. Tom Atkins and Diane Ladd are their parents, Diana Scarwid their student counselor, and Sam Bottoms the local pusher. William Windom and Dr. Joyce Brothers are members of th
11.
Fantasies (1981)
In her second TV-movie premiering in a period of three nights, Suzanne Pleshette is the creator and writer of a popular late-night soap opera, the future of which is threatened when, one by one, the stars begin dying mysteriously and she soon discovers that she could be the next victim. Several daytime soap opera stars, including Peter Bergman of "All My Children", Stuart Damon of "General Hospital", John Gabriel of "Ryan's Hope", Robin Mattson of "General Hospital" and Robert S. Woods of "One Life to Live", put in appearances as a gimmick.
12.
Our Family Business (1981) as Neils
This film, dealing with the life and family of a syndicate boss (played by actor/director Sam Wanamaker), emerged as an off-beat pilot to a prospective series -- TV's first dealing exclusively with organized crime from the syndicate's point of view. Ted Danson, later to find stardom on "Cheers", is
13.
Boy Who Never Was, The (1980) as Major
14.
Angel On My Shoulder (1980) as Luke
A small time Chicago hood, now deceased, gets a second chance at life by striking a bargain with the Devil by inhabiting -- and attempting to corrupt -- a totally honest politician. In this contemporary version of the 1946 fantasy-comedy that starred Paul Muni, Anne Baxter and Claude Rains, the comp
15.
Internecine Project, The (1974) as Tycoon
Former secret agent Robert Elliot (Coburn) will be promoted to government advisor. In order to make sure no-one will ever know about his dirty past, he has invented a very ingenious plan to get rid of his four helpers: he gets them all to unknowingly kill each other in the course of a single night. Unfortunately, one of the four has invented a retaliation scheme on his own...
16.
Vault Of Horror, The (1973) as Breedley ("Drawn And Quartered")
Five men trapped in the basement vault of an office building share visions with each other of thier demise. Stories revolve around vampires, bodily dismemberment, east indian mysticism, an insurance scam, and an artist who kills by painting his victims' deaths.
17.
Waterloo (1971) as Uxbridge
After defeating France and imprisoning Napoleon on Elba, ending two decades of war, Europe is shocked to find Napoleon has escaped and has caused the French Army to defect from the King back to him. The best of the British generals, Arthur Welsley was victorious in Spain, but has never faced Napoleon. Welsley stands between Napoleon with a mixed army of Prussians, Mercenaries, Brits and Belgians. Napoleon's victory will plunge Europe back into a long term war. The two meet at Waterloo where the fate of Europe will be decided.
18.
The Magic Christian (1970) as Mad major
Sir Guy Grand adopts homeless bum Youngman to be heir to his obscene wealth, and immediately begins bringing him into the intricacies of the family business, which is to prey upon people's greed by use of the vast holdings of the Grand empire. They leave no stone unturned as sporting events, restaurants, art galleries, and traditional pheasant hunts turn into lurid displays of bad manners and profiteering. Things climax at the social event of the season, the inaugural voyage of the new pleasure cruiser The Magic Christian.
19.
What's Good for the Goose (1969) as Frisby
20.
Run a Crooked Mile (1969) as Peter Martin
A thriller about a math teacher in Europe who stumbles onto a plot to manipulate the international gold standard and becomes the prime target of high-level conspirators.
21.
Only When I Larf (1968) as Gee Gee Gray
Three con artist try to fool an African militant by selling him a bogus shipment of arms. Things go awry however, when the three have plotted to double-cross each other in trying to take the money.
22.
The Long Duel (1967) as Major
In 1920s India, a British police officer attempts to capture a tribal leader without bloodshed.
23.
Judith (1966) as Lieutenant Carstairs
24.
The Fast Lady (1965) as Police motorcyclist
A civil servant hopes a car will impress the heiress he hopes to romance.
25.
Carry On Regardless (1963) as Trevor Trelawney
The Helping Hands agency employs some very strange people to perform some very strange jobs! Even the simplest of tasks get bungled by the incompetent but lovable staff, as they get given jobs ranging from taking animals for walks (no ordinary animals you understand) to demonstrating new products at a large and prestigious exhibition...
26.
The Mind Benders (1963) as Coach
A British scientist is discovered to have been passing information to the Communists, then kills himself. Another scientist decides that they might have brainwashed him by a sensory deprivation technique, but he doesn't know if someone really can be convinced to act against their strongest feelings. So he agrees to be the subject in an experiment in which others will try to make him stop loving his wife.
29.
The League of Gentlemen (1961) as Rupert Rutland-Smith
A veteran recruits a group of disgraced colleagues to perform a bank robber.
30.
The Doctor's Dilemma (1959) as Mr. Lanchester
A woman tries to convince the medical profession to save her husband despite his lack of character.
31.
The One That Got Away (1958) as Raf Intelligence Officer
A downed German flier escapes from every prison camp he's put into.
32.
The Square Peg (1958)
Two working stiffs are drafted and sent to WWII France to repair roads for the Allied advance.
33.
Postmark for Danger (1956) as Fenby
When a journalist dies, his brother takes up his investigation of a smuggling ring.
34.
The Fighting Pimpernel (1954) as Duke of Dorset
35.
Green Scarf, The (1954) as Wireless Operator
36.
37.
Tale Of Five Women, A (1951)
An Englishman has been working in the US so long he now speaks with an American accent. He is drafted into the British Army during WWII but is injured and loses his memory. Because he talks like an American, the doctors repatriate him to the States where he is housed with a New York family. After the war they all travel throughout Europe, searching for the women he still remembers in the hope of restoring his lost memory.

Cast (special)

38.
Seven Dials Mystery, The (1981) as George Lomax
The story, based on the 1929 novel by Agatha Christie, follows the exploits of Lady Eileen "Bundie" Brent, an amateur sleuth, as she attempts to solve a murder that involves her with a mysterious, secret British society known as the Seven Dials.
39.
Unpleasantness at the Bellona Club, The (1973)
A series featuring the further adventures of Dorothy Sayers' fictional detective, Lord Peter Wimsey.

Cast (TV Mini-Series)

40.
Lace (1984) as Sir Douglas
Sumptuous filming of Shirley Conran's sprawling best-seller about an international sex symbol's single-minded quest to find and destroy the mother she never knew -- one of three school chums, each of whom went on to fame and fortune. "Lace" is the name of the magazine one of them, Bess Armstrong, pu

Cast (TV Mini-Series)

41.
Ike: The War Years (1978) as General Arthur Tedder
Eisenhower the military man is the focus of this TV miniseries, his relationship with the other wartime leaders, and, very discreetly, his personal relationship with his driver, Kay Summersby. "Ike" came up with five Emmy Award nominations: Outstanding Cinematography (Part 2), Outstanding Film Editi

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