Roger Rees
Roger Rees
Birthday: May 5, 1944
Place of Birth: Aberystwyth, Wales, UK
Bio: With his dark eyes and small frame, the classically trained British actor Roger Rees was perfectly cast as Nicholas Nickleby in the theatrical production of Dickens' novel. He performed this lead role with the Royal Shakespeare Company, earning him a Tony award, Olivier award, and an Emmy nomination for the televised version in the early '80s. He had performed with the company since 1968, when he

Filmography

Movies TV
Year Title Credit
2009 Happy Tears Antiques Dealer
2008 The Narrows Professor Reyerson
2007 The Invasion Yorish
2006 The Prestige Owens
2006 Falling for Grace Andrew Barrington Sr.
2006 The Pink Panther Larocque
2006 The Treatment Leighton
2006 Garfield: A Tail of Two Kitties Mr Hobbs
2005 Game 6 Jack Haskins
2004 Going Under Peter
2004 Crazy Like A Fox Nat Banks
2004 The Tulse Luper Suitcases Part III - From Sark to Finish Tulse Luper (Old)
2002 Frida Guillermo Kahlo
2002 The Scorpion King King Pheron
2002 The Emperor's Club Actor
2002 Return to Never Land Edward
2001 3 A.M. Actor
2001 Loop Dreams: The Making of a Low Budget Movie Actor
2000 BlackMale (Blackmail) Actor
1999 Double Platinum Marc Reckler
1999 Bumblebee Flies Anyway Dr. Croft
1999 A Midsummer Night's Dream Peter Quince
1999 The Crossing Actor
1998 Shakespeare's Women and Claire Bloom Actor
1998 Next Stop Wonderland Ray Thornback
1996 Sudden Manhattan Murphy
1996 The Substance of Fire Actor
1993 Robin Hood: Men in Tights Sheriff of Rottingham
1993 Charles & Diana - A Palace Divided Actor
1992 Charles and Diana: Unhappily Ever After Prince Charles
1992 Stop! or My Mom Will Shoot Parnell
1991 If Looks Could Kill Augustus Steranko
1990 Mountains of the Moon Edgar Papworth
1988 The Return of Sam McCloud Actor
1986 God's Outlaw: The Story of William Tyndale Actor
1984 A Christmas Carol Fred Holywell
1984 The Ebony Tower Actor
1983 Saigon: Year of the Cat Donald Henderson
1983 Star 80 Aram Nicholas
1982 Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby Actor
1978 A Performance of Macbeth Malcolm