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John Warner (I) (1924–2001)

John Warner was born on January 1, 1924 in George, South Africa. He was an actor, known for The Cruel Sea (1953), Without a Clue (1988) and Potter (1979). He died on May 19, 2001 in Canterbury, Kent, England. See full bio »

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 1992-1994 Shakespeare: The Animated Tales (TV Mini-Series)
Gremio / Servant / Tailor / ...
- The Taming of the Shrew (1994) ... Gremio / Servant / Tailor (voice)
- Hamlet (1992) ... Polonius (voice)
 1992 Mr. Bean (TV Series)
 1992 Lovejoy (TV Series)
Archie Letts
- Highland Fling: Part Two (1992) ... Archie Letts
 1992 Agatha Christie: Poirot (TV Series)
Second Coroner
- One, Two, Buckle My Shoe (1992) ... Second Coroner
 1991 The Treaty (TV Movie)
King George V
 1988 Without a Clue
Peter Giles
 1988 Little Dorrit
 1980 Cribb (TV Series)
Dr. Benjamin
- A Case of Spirits (1980) ... Dr. Benjamin
 1979 Prince Regent (TV Mini-Series)
Baron Feronce
- The Bride from Brunswick (1979) ... Baron Feronce
 1974 Got It Made
 1974 Dial M for Murder (TV Series)
Derek Hilton
- Whatever's Peter Playing At? (1974) ... Derek Hilton
 1973 Doctor in Charge (TV Series)
Surgeon Commander Wyckham
- Hello Sailor! (1973) ... Surgeon Commander Wyckham
 1973 Spy Trap (TV Series)
Foreign Office Official
- The Carrot and the Stick (1973) ... Foreign Office Official
 1973 Son of the Bride (TV Series)
Rev. Pollock
- The Best Man Always Wins, Sometimes (1973) ... Rev. Pollock
- Blue Movies Always Make Me Cry (1973) ... Rev. Pollock
- Of Unsold Mind (1973) ... Rev. Pollock
 1973 The Unpleasantness at the Bellona Club (TV Mini-Series)
Captain Culyer
- Mysterious Circumstances (1973) ... Captain Culyer
 1972 The Trouble with 2B
 1971 The Rivals of Sherlock Holmes (TV Series)
Mr. Piercy
- The Ripening Rubies (1971) ... Mr. Piercy
 1971 Sunday Bloody Sunday
Party Guest (uncredited)
 1970 ITV Sunday Night Theatre (TV Series)
Major Freddy Wilson
- Lay Down Your Arms (1970) ... Major Freddy Wilson
 1970 Comedy Playhouse (TV Series)
Arthur Pollock
- Better Than a Man (1970) ... Arthur Pollock
 1969 Paul Temple (TV Series)
- Missing Penny (1969) ... Ted
 1969 Doctor in the House (TV Series)
Dr. Crowfoot
- If in Doubt - Cut It Out! (1969) ... Dr. Crowfoot
 1968 Isadora
Mr. Stirling (uncredited)
 1966-1967 Theatre 625 (TV Series)
Count Rosenberg / Young Marlow
- The Magicians: Dr. Dee, Kelly and the Spirits (1967) ... Count Rosenberg
 1966 The Man in Room 17 (TV Series)
Hugo Beadle
- Saints Are Safer Dead (1966) ... Hugo Beadle
 1966 Softly Softly (TV Series)
- A Spot of Leave (1966) ... Hudson
 1966 The Liars (TV Series)
- Episode #1.8 (1966)
 1964 HMS Paradise (TV Series)
Mr. Turnbull
- What Am I Offered for This Lot? (1964) ... Mr. Turnbull
 1964 Diary of a Young Man (TV Series)
Oscar Truscott
- Life, or a Girl Called Fred (1964) ... Oscar Truscott
- Money (1964) ... Oscar Truscott
 1960 Inside Story (TV Series)
Geoffrey Finch
- The New Broom (1960) ... Geoffrey Finch
 1959 The Captain's Table
Henry Lomax
 1958 Ivanhoe (TV Series)
Dick O'Devon
- The Circus (1958) ... Dick O'Devon
 1950-1958 BBC Sunday-Night Theatre (TV Series)
Snout / Simpson
- Tusitala (1950) ... Simpson
 1958 Duty Bound (TV Series)
- Where There's Smoke... (1958) ... Cook
 1958 The Winslow Boy (TV Movie)
Dickie Winslow
 1953 The Cruel Sea
 1947 I Want to Be a Doctor (TV Movie documentary) (3rd November 1947 version)
 1946 Exercise Bowler (TV Movie)

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He acted in Frank Loesser's musical, "Guys and Dolls", in a British National Theatre production at the Prince of Wales Theatre in London, England with Lulu, Norman Rossington, Clarke Peters, Lynn Webster (for Betsy Brantley) and David Healy in the cast. Richard Eyre was the director. See more »

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