Michael Trubshawe was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Trubshawe kickstarted his acting career in various films such as "The Lavender Hill Mob" (1952), the dramatic sports film "The Rainbow Jacket" (1954) with Robert Morley and "23 Paces to Baker Street" (1956). He also appeared in the Ralph Richardson comedy "The Passionate Stranger" (1957) and the Dirk Bogarde adaptation sequel "Doctor at Large" (1957). His film career continued throughout the fifties and the sixties in productions like the crime adaptation "Law and Disorder" (1958) with Michael Redgrave, the Jack Hawkins dramatic adaptation "Gideon's Day" (1959) and "Scent of Mystery" (1960) with Denholm Elliott. He also appeared in the Harry Andrews comedy "The Best of Enemies" (1961). In the latter part of his career, he continued to act in the Kim Novak comedy adaptation "The Amorous Adventures of Moll Flanders" (1965), the comedic adventure "Those Magnificent Men in Their Flying Machines" (1965) with Stuart Whitman and the comedy "The Spy With a Cold Nose" (1966) with Laurence Harvey. He also appeared in "Bedazzled" (1967) and the suspenseful adaptation "A Dandy in Aspic" (1968) with Laurence Harvey. Trubshawe last acted in the comedy "The Rise and Rise of Michael Rimmer" (1970) with Peter Cook. Trubshawe passed away in March 1985 at the age of 80.