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Wyndham Goldie (1897–1957)

Wyndham Goldie was born on July 5, 1897 in Rochester, Kent, England as Frank Wyndham Goldie. He was an actor, known for Night Train to Munich (1940), Seven Days to Noon (1950) and The Cosmic Monster (1958). He was married to Grace Murrell Nisbet. He died on September 26, 1957 in London, England. See full bio »

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 1958 The Cosmic Monster
Brigadier Cartwright (as Wyndam Goldie)
 1957 Armchair Theatre (TV Series)
Sir Brian Brooke
- Autumn (1957) ... Sir Brian Brooke
 1957 Brothers in Law
Mr. Smith
 1955 The Secret
Doctor Scott
 1954 Doctor in the House
Examiner (uncredited)
 1953 A Place of Execution (TV Series)
General Sir John Harper
- Execution (1953) ... General Sir John Harper
- I Know the Place (1953) ... General Sir John Harper
- House of Hate (1953) ... General Sir John Harper
- The Hand of Kailak (1953) ... General Sir John Harper
- Eye for an Eye (1953) ... General Sir John Harper
 1952 Happy and Glorious (TV Series)
Baron Stockmar
- 1838-1841 (1952) ... Baron Stockmar
- 1837 (1952) ... Baron Stockmar
 1951-1952 BBC Sunday-Night Theatre (TV Series)
Dr. Crump / Earl of Manton / Sir William Grant
- The Wonderful Visit (1952) ... Dr. Crump
- The Search Party (1951) ... Earl of Manton
 1950 Seven Days to Noon
Rev. Burgess
 1948 Nurse Cavell (TV Movie)
An English chaplain
 1947 The Pleasure Garden (TV Movie)
An actor
 1946 The Man with the Cloak Full of Holes (TV Movie)
Christopher Columbus (as F. Wyndham Goldie)
 1940 Night Train to Munich
 1940 Girl in the News
Edward Bentley
 1939 Inspector Hornleigh on Holiday
Sir George Winbeck
 1939 Five at the George (TV Movie)
 1939 Rake's Progress (TV Movie)
Lord Temple, his patron
 1938 Cornelius (TV Movie)
 1938 Parnell (TV Movie)
 1938 Libel (TV Movie)
Sir Mark Loddon, M.P.
 1938 The Return of Carol Deane
Francis Scott-Vaughan
 1937 The Last Chance
John Worrall
 1937 Under the Red Robe
Edmond, Duke of Fiox (as F. Wyndham Goldie)
 1935 The Black Mask
 1935 Crime Unlimited
Conway Addison
 1935 Man of the Moment
Jason Randall
 1934 Lorna Doone
Chief Judge Jeffries (London)

Personal Details

Other Works:

He acted in Jean Anouilh's play, "Thieves' Carnival," at the Arts Theatre Club in London, England with John Laurie, Harold Lang, Robin Bailey, Judith Furse, Maxine Audley, David Bird, Gerald Harper, and Tutte Lemkow in the cast. Roy Rich was director. John Hotchkis was musical director. See more »

Alternate Names:

F. Wyndham Goldie | Wyndam Goldie

Did You Know?


His wife, Grace Wyndham Goldie (née Grace Murrell Nisbet) (b. 26 March 1900 Arisaig, Inverness, Scotland, d. 3 June 1986 Kensington, London) was the pioneer of Current Affairs programmes on BBC Television.

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