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Geoffrey Dunn (I) (1903–1981)

Geoffrey Dunn was born on December 13, 1903 in London, England as Geoffrey Thomas Dunn. He was an actor, known for Victoria Regina (1964), BBC Sunday-Night Theatre (1950) and Quo Vadis (1951). He died in 1981 in London. See full bio »


(age 77) in London, England, UK

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Victoria Regina
Victoria Regina Archbishop of Canterbury
BBC Sunday-Night Theatre
BBC Sunday-Night Theatre Malvolio / Christopher Green / Ernest Whiteoak / Simon Macquoid / Teiresias
Quo Vadis
Quo Vadis Terpnos
ITV Play of the Week
ITV Play of the Week Doctor Greenock / Dr. Gathorne-Wetherby / Lord Tilbrook / Mr. Hitchcock


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 1968 The Man in the Iron Mask (TV Series)
- The Prisoner (1968) ... Percerin
 1967 Kenilworth (TV Mini-Series)
Parson Spatchcock
- The Black Arts (1967) ... Parson Spatchcock
- The Sparrow's Lure (1967) ... Parson Spatchcock
 1966-1967 The Wednesday Play (TV Series)
Feath / Professor Gregious
- The Order (1967) ... Feath
- A Soirée at Blossom's Hotel (1966) ... Professor Gregious
 1967 Theatre 625 (TV Series)
Sir Ralph Brompton
- Sword of Honour #3: Unconditional Surrender (1967) ... Sir Ralph Brompton
 1966 Alice in Wonderland (TV Movie)
 1964 Victoria Regina (TV Mini-Series)
Archbishop of Canterbury
- Summer (1964) ... Archbishop of Canterbury
- Spring (1964) ... Archbishop of Canterbury
 1964 Father Came Too!
Mr. Trumper
 1964 The Leather Boys
Mr. Lunnis
 1964 Comedy Playhouse (TV Series)
Lord Fenwick
- Good Luck Sir, You've Got a Lucky Face (1964) ... Lord Fenwick
 1963 Doomsday at Eleven
 1963 Underworld Informers
Man with Film Camera (uncredited)
 1963 Sword of Lancelot
 1962 Somerset Maugham Hour (TV Series)
Clifford Boyleston
- The Creative Impulse (1962) ... Clifford Boyleston
 1962 The Andromeda Breakthrough (TV Series)
- Cold Front (1962) ... Preen
 1956-1962 ITV Play of the Week (TV Series)
Mr. Hitchcock / Doctor Greenock / Dr. Gathorne-Wetherby / ...
- A Perfect Woman (1962) ... Mr. Hitchcock
- Mr. Kettle and Mrs. Moon (1957) ... Doctor Greenock
- Adam's Apple (1957) ... Dr. Gathorne-Wetherby
- Traveller's Joy (1956) ... Lord Tilbrook
 1962 Under Western Eyes (TV Movie)
The Prince
 1961 BBC Sunday-Night Play (TV Mini-Series)
James Lovett
- The Mather Story (1961) ... James Lovett
 1950-1959 BBC Sunday-Night Theatre (TV Series)
Malvolio / Simon Macquoid / Christopher Green / ...
- What the Public Wants (1959) ... Simon Macquoid
- Return to Tyassi (1956) ... Christopher Green
- A Life in the Sun (1955) ... Teiresias
- The Mistress of Jalna (1954) ... Ernest Whiteoak
- Twelfth Night/II (1950) ... Malvolio
 1957 Shadow Squad (TV Series)
Adrian Curling
- Murder in Mink: Part 2 (1957) ... Adrian Curling
- Murder in Mink: Part 1 (1957) ... Adrian Curling
 1956 Man Alive! (TV Movie)
Mr. Wembley
 1955 The Adventures of Annabel (TV Series)
Arnold Firbank
- The Hundred Million Francs (1955) ... Arnold Firbank
 1955 I Am a Camera
Minor Role
 1954 Beau Brummell
St. Clair (uncredited)
 1953 The Queen's Admiral (TV Movie)
King Ferdinand
 1952 Ghost Ship
Strange Passenger
 1951 Quo Vadis
 1949 Poet's Pub
Mr. Sedgwick (uncredited)
 1949 The Queen of Spades
 1948 He That Should Come (TV Movie)
 1947 The Two Bouquets (TV Movie)
Albert Porter
 1947 While the Sun Shines
Usher in the House of Lords (uncredited)
 1946 The Thracian Horses (TV Movie)
 1939 Plain Jane (TV Short)
 1938 The Wooing of Anne Hathaway (TV Movie)
 1937 Damon and Phyllida (TV Short)
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Personal Details

Other Works:

He performed in Hattie Jacques' pantomime of H.J. Byron's play, "Babes in the Wood", at the Players' Theatre in London, England with Daphne Anderson, Ian Wallace, Dennis Wood, Eileen Beldon, Joan Sterndale-Bennett, Diana Maddox, Violetta and John Hewer in the cast. Don Gemmell was the director. See more »

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