Ian Fleming (II)

Lowest Rated: 64% Spectre (2015)
Birthday: Sep 10, 1888
Birthplace: Not Available
Not to be confused with the famed espionage novelist of the same name, Australian-born actor Ian Fleming was one of the best and longest-established character players in British films. On stage since the age of sixteen, Fleming made his first film, Second to None in 1926--and his last, Return of Mr. Moto, in 1965. The actor's cinematic stock in trade was a fussy dignity who disguised hidden strength. In this, Ian Fleming was an ideal Dr. Watson opposite Arthur Wontner in a series of British Sherlock Holmes films produced in the mid '30s.

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Filmography

MOVIES

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64% Spectre Screenwriter $208.8M 2015
No Score Yet The James Bond Story Actor 2000
No Score Yet Ian Fleming: 007's Creator Actor 2000
No Score Yet Tamahine Manservant 1963
No Score Yet Too Hot to Handle Pawnbroker 1961
No Score Yet No My Darling Daughter Vicar 1961
No Score Yet The Trials of Oscar Wilde Arthur 1960
No Score Yet It's a Grand Life Mr. Clements 1953
No Score Yet Murder Will Out (The Voice of Merrill) Dr. Forrest 1953
No Score Yet Norman Conquest Actor 1953
No Score Yet Hammer the Toff Dr. Lancaster (uncredited) 1952
No Score Yet Brighthaven Express (Salute the Toff) Actor 1951
No Score Yet Woman in Question Actor 1950
No Score Yet Quartet Ralph 1949
No Score Yet Captain Boycott Times Correspondent 1947
No Score Yet George in Civvy Street Uncle Shad 1946
No Score Yet Appointment with Crime Prison Governor 1945
No Score Yet Tawny Pipit Schoolmaster 1944
No Score Yet They Met in the Dark Actor 1943
No Score Yet Yellow Canary Observer Corpsman in Opening Scene 1943
No Score Yet Wings and the Woman (They Flew Alone) Secretary 1942
No Score Yet Hatter's Castle (A.J. Cronin's Hatter's Castle) Sir John Latta 1942
88% Night Train to Munich (Gestapo) Brit. Intelligence Official 1940
No Score Yet Almost a Honeymoon Sir James Hooper 1938
No Score Yet Murder at the Baskervilles (Silver Blaze) Dr. Watson 1937
No Score Yet When Thief Meets Thief Coroner 1937
No Score Yet The Triumph of Sherlock Holmes Dr. John H. Watson 1935
No Score Yet Sherlock Holmes' Fatal Hour (The Sleeping Cardinal) Dr. John H. Watson 1931

TV

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100% The Prisoner
1967-1968
Man in Café

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