Christopher Cazenove

Highest Rated:
85% Eye of the Needle (1981)
Lowest Rated:
0% Until September (1984)
Birthday:
Dec 17
Birthplace:
Not Available
Bio:
Well-bred and educated (Eton and Oxford), British stage actor Christopher Cazenove began his movie career with a small part in Julius Caesar (1970). Throughout the 1970s, Cazenove perfected his screen persona as the international charmer with a dark past. After his Broadway bow in 1980's Goodbye…

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography


MOVIES   

Rating Title Credit Box Office Year
33% Bloodline
  • Actor
-- 2008
Johnson County War
  • Lord Peter
-- 2002
58% A Knight's Tale
  • John Thatcher
$55.0M 2001
Contaminated Man (Contagion)
  • Actor
-- 2000
Shadow Run
  • Actor
-- 1998
The Proprietor
  • Eliott Spencer
-- 1996
The Way to Dusty Death
  • Actor
-- 1996
Tears in the Rain
  • Actor
-- 1994
0% Iron Eagle III - Aces
  • Palmer
-- 1992
To Be the Best
  • Actor
-- 1992
Jenny's War
  • Captain Preston
-- 1992
29% Three Men and a Little Lady
  • Edward
-- 1990
The Lady and the Highwayman
  • Rudolph Vyne
-- 1989
Windmills of the Gods
  • Doctor Desforges
-- 1988
Souvenir
  • William Root
-- 1988
Tears in the Rain
  • Michael Bredon
-- 1988
Blind Justice
  • Actor
-- 1988
The Fantasist
  • Inspector McMyler
-- 1986
Mata Hari
  • Capt. Karl Von Byerling
-- 1985
Children of the Full Moon
  • Actor
-- 1984
0% Until September
  • Philip
-- 1984
Heat and Dust
  • Douglas Rivers
-- 1983
85% Eye of the Needle
  • David
-- 1981
From a Far Country: Pope John Paul II
  • Tadek
-- 1981
57% Zulu Dawn
  • Lt. Coghill
-- 1979
East of Elephant Rock
  • Actor
-- 1976
Royal Flash
  • Hansen
-- 1975
Jennie: Lady Randolph Churchill
  • Actor
-- 1974
Julius Caesar
  • Servant to Antony
-- 1970
There's a Girl in My Soup
  • Nigel
-- 1970

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Quotes from Christopher Cazenove's Characters

    1. Edward: What I did was wrong, terribly wrong and I apologize for that.
    2. Mary Bennington: What a crock!
    3. Edward: Oh, shut up you little shit!
    From Three Men and a Little Lady. Submitted by Matthew D (16 months ago)
    1. John Thatcher: [hearing William enter] Is someone there? If you're here for the net, I haven't finished it yet. Who are you?
    2. William Thatcher: A knight. My name is...Ulrich.
    3. John Thatcher: I hear your name called out there. What business have you here?
    4. William Thatcher: I have word, Master Thatcher. Word of your son.
    5. John Thatcher: [drops his tools] Of my William? Come in, sir. What word? Does he live?
    6. William Thatcher: Oh yes. He lives. He wanted you to know...he changed his stars after all.
    7. John Thatcher: [emotion washes over, he starts crying] And has he followed his feet? Has he found his way home at last?
    8. William Thatcher: Yes. [his father blindly reaches out; now it's William's turn to cry] Oh, Father.
    9. John Thatcher: Oh, William. Oh my boy. [shoulders shake with sobs as he and his son melt in each other's arms]
    From A Knight's Tale. Submitted by Jordan P (2 years ago)
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