No photo available. Represent Hartley Shawcross? Add or change photos at IMDbPro
Down 2,590,347 this week

Hartley Shawcross (1902–2003)

Hartley Shawcross was born on February 4, 1902 in Giessen, Germany. He is known for The Memory of Justice (1976), Longines Chronoscope (1951) and The World at War (1973). He was married to Susanne Monique Huiskamp, Joan Winifred Mather and Rosina Alberta Shyvers. He died on July 10, 2003 in Cowbeech, East Sussex, England. See full bio »

Star Siblings: Famous Brothers and Sisters

Keep it in the family with a look at some of our favorite Hollywood siblings.

See the entire gallery

The Most Anticipated Movies and Shows to Watch in May

Take a look at the top movies and shows coming to theaters and streaming in May.

Watch the video

On Prime Video

Do you have a demo reel?

Add it to your IMDb page

How Much Have You Seen?

How much of Hartley Shawcross's work have you seen?

User Polls

Known For

Longines Chronoscope Self - British Member of Parliament
The World at War Self - Nuremberg Prosecuter 1945


Jump to: Self | Archive footage
Hide Hide Show Show Self (5 credits)
 1976 The Memory of Justice (Documentary)
Self (as Lord Shawcross)
 1974 The World at War (TV Series documentary)
Self - Nuremberg Prosecuter 1945
- Reckoning: 1945... and After (1974) ... Self - Nuremberg Prosecuter 1945 (as Lord Shawcross)
 1965 The Fall and Rise of the House of Krupp (TV Movie documentary)
Self (as Lord Shawcross)
 1960 Face to Face (TV Series)
- Lord Shawcross Q.C. (1960) ... Self (as Lord Shawcross)
 1954 Longines Chronoscope (TV Series)
Self - British Member of Parliament
- Episode dated 22 January 1954 (1954) ... Self - British Member of Parliament (as Sir Hartley Shawcross)
Hide Hide Show Show Archive footage (3 credits)
 2003 Die Chronik des Nürnberger Prozesses (TV Movie documentary)
Self - Chief Prosecutor UK
 1996 Der Nürnberger Prozess (Documentary)
 1995 Nuremberg: Tyranny on Trial (TV Movie documentary)
Self (uncredited)

Personal Details

Alternate Names:

Lord Shawcross | Sir Hartley Shawcross


Susanne Monique Huiskamp  (his death) | See more »

Did You Know?

Personal Quote:

Step by step I have been forced more and more to the conclusion that the aims of Communism in Europe are sinister and deadly aims. I prosecuted the Nazis in Nuremberg. With my Russian colleagues I condemned Nazi aggression and Nazi terror. I feel shame and humiliation now to see under a different name the same aims pursued, the same technique followed, without check. (13 March 1948)


Sir Shortly Floorcross

Contribute to This Page

Recently Viewed