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Patrick Waddington (1901–1987)


Patrick Waddington was born on August 19, 1901 in Great Ouseburn, Yorkshire, England as Patrick William S. Waddington. He was an actor, known for A Night to Remember (1958), The Wooden Horse (1950) and The Black Tulip (1937). He died on February 4, 1987 in York, England. See full bio »

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(age 85) in York, England, UK

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Known For

A Night to Remember
A Night to Remember Sir Richard
(1958)
The Wooden Horse
The Wooden Horse Group Captain Wardley - Senior British Officer
(1950)
The Black Tulip
The Black Tulip Cornelus Van Baerle
(1937)

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 1969 Hadleigh (TV Series)
General Ambler
- A Memory of Time Past (1969) ... General Ambler
 1969 Department S (TV Series)
NATO General
- Who Plays the Dummy? (1969) ... NATO General
 1968-1969 Dad's Army (TV Series)
The Brigadier / the Brigadier
- The Loneliness of the Long Distance Walker (1969) ... The Brigadier
- The Showing Up of Corporal Jones (1968) ... the Brigadier
 1969 Armchair Theatre (TV Series)
Sir Henry
- The Mandarins (1969) ... Sir Henry
 1968 The Jazz Age (TV Series)
Lord Hollington
- The Outstation (1968) ... Lord Hollington
 1968 Gazette (TV Series)
Cllr. Franklyn
- It's All Happening (1968) ... Cllr. Franklyn
 1968 Ukridge (TV Series)
Sir Rupert Lakenham
- The Nasty Corner (1968) ... Sir Rupert Lakenham
 1960 Naked City (TV Series)
Mitcham
- The Man Who Bit a Diamond in Half (1960) ... Mitcham
 1960 The DuPont Show of the Month (TV Series)
- Heaven Can Wait (1960)
 1960 The United States Steel Hour (TV Series)
Colonel Fielding
- The Case of the Missing Wife (1960) ... Colonel Fielding
 1960 Play of the Week (TV Series)
Leicester
- Mary Stuart (1960) ... Leicester
 1958 Missiles from Hell
Air Marshall (uncredited)
 1958 A Night to Remember
Sir Richard
 1958 The Moonraker
Lord Dorset
 1958 Prescription for Murder
Sir George Watson
 1957 O.S.S. (TV Series)
German Ambassador
- Operation Big House (1957) ... German Ambassador
 1957 Balance of Terror (TV Movie)
Colonel Beaumont
 1957 The White Cliffs Mystery (Short)
Matrion
 1952-1957 BBC Sunday-Night Theatre (TV Series)
Lord Innspond / Major-General Alan Copeland / Colonel / ...
- The Calendar (1957) ... Lord Innspond
- His Excellency (1957) ... Major-General Alan Copeland
- A Month of Sundays (1952) ... Colonel
- Lines of Communication (1952) ... Lt. Col. Baxter
 1957 Escape (TV Series)
Senior British Officer
- The Wire Cutters (1957) ... Senior British Officer
 1957 Wideawake (TV Series)
Mr. Male, senior
- All Ends Meet at Watersmeet (1957) ... Mr. Male, senior
- In Search of Wideawake (1957) ... Mr. Male, senior
- Digging for Evidence (1957) ... Mr. Male, senior
 1957 The Double Act (TV Short)
Inspector Joyce
 1957 Getting Married (TV Movie)
General Bridgenorth
 1950 The Wooden Horse
Group Captain Wardley - Senior British Officer
 1949 The Mollusc (TV Movie)
Mr. Baxter
 1949 Stop Press Girl
Airline Director (uncredited)
 1949 If This Be Sin
Rosley
 1949 It's Not Cricket
Valentine Christmas
 1949 Poison Pen (TV Movie)
Colonel Cashelton
 1948 The Clouded Crystal
Jack
 1948 Without Witness (TV Movie)
Geoffrey Harting
 1948 The Romantic Young Lady (TV Movie)
The Apparition
 1946 Secret Flight
Group Capt. Aspinall
 1946 Showtime
Lt. Travers
 1945 Journey Together
Flight Lt. Mander
 1939 The Shoemaker's Last (TV Movie)
Peter Burne (17th April 1939 version)
 1937 The Black Tulip
Cornelus Van Baerle
 1933 Loyalties
Augustus Borring
 1926 If Youth But Knew
Arthur Noel-Vane
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Personal Details

Other Works:

Stage Play: First Episode [College Sinners]. Comedy. Written by Terence Rattigan [earliest Broadway credit] and Philip Heimann. Scenic Design by Rollo Wayne. Directed by Haddon Mason [only Broadway credit]. Ritz Theatre: 17 Sep 1934- Oct 1934 (closing date unknown/40 performances). Cast: Max Adrian (as "Albert Arnold"), Staats Cotsworth (... See more »
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Trivia:

Debonair British stage and screen actor, author and singer, the son of a piano manufacturer and stage manager. From 1951, he served as General Secretary of TACT (The Actors Charitable Trust).

Star Sign:

Leo

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