Nicol Williamson

Highest Rated:
87% The Goodbye Girl (1977)
Lowest Rated:
19% Spawn (1997)
Birthday:
Sep 14
Birthplace:
Not Available
Bio:
Trained at the RSC, Scottish actor Nicol Williamson made his professional bow with the Dundee rep in 1960. The following year, he performed with the Arts Theatre at Cambridge, and also made his London debut. His first major success came in 1964 with John Obsorne's Inadmissible Evidence. He won a…

Filmography


MOVIES   

Rating Title Credit Box Office Year
63% The Monk
  • Actor
$8.4k 2013
The Gangster Show: The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui
  • Actor
-- 2013
Tony Palmer's Classic Film of John Osborne and the Gift of Friendship
  • Actor
-- 2006
75% The Wind in the Willows (Mr. Toad's Wild Ride)
  • Badger
-- 1997
19% Spawn
  • Cogliostro
-- 1997
75% The Advocate (The Hour of the Pig)
  • The Seigneur
-- 1994
55% The Exorcist III
  • Father Morning
-- 1990
50% Black Widow
  • William Macauley
-- 1987
Passion Flower
  • Albert Coskin
-- 1986
Mountbatten: The Last Viceroy
  • Lord Mountbatten
-- 1985
55% Return to Oz
  • Dr. Worley/Nome King
-- 1985
Sakharov
  • Malyarov
-- 1984
I'm Dancing As Fast As I Can
  • Derek Bauer
-- 1982
82% Excalibur
  • Merlin
-- 1981
40% Venom
  • Comd. William Bulloch
-- 1981
33% The Human Factor
  • Maurice Castle
-- 1979
Word
  • Actor
-- 1978
50% The Cheap Detective
  • Col. Schissel
-- 1978
87% The Goodbye Girl
  • Oliver Frye
-- 1977
76% Robin and Marian
  • Little John
-- 1976
82% The Seven-Per-Cent Solution
  • Sherlock Holmes
-- 1976
The Wilby Conspiracy
  • Horn
-- 1975
The Reckoning
  • Actor
-- 1969
Hamlet
  • Hamlet
-- 1969
The Bofors Gun
  • O'Rourke
-- 1968

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Quotes from Nicol Williamson's Characters

    1. Merlin: Look into the eyes of the Dragon and despair! I destroy you, I consign you to oblivion!
    From Excalibur. Submitted by Brian f (3 months ago)
    1. Merlin: Behold Excalibur! The sword of power! Forged when birds and beasts and flower were One with Man, and death was but a dream!
    From Excalibur. Submitted by Brian f (11 months ago)
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