Alan Badel

Alan Badel

  • Highest Rated: 95% This Sporting Life (1963)
  • Lowest Rated: 38% Telefon (1977)
  • Birthday: Sep 11, 1923
  • Birthplace: Not Available
  • British stage and screen actor Alan Badel flourished from his debut in the early 1940s to the late 1970s. He made both his English and American film bows in 1953, with Britain's The Stranger Left No Card and Hollywood's Salome (as John the Baptist). One film historian has commented that the versatile but plain-looking Badel was "not easy to cast in leading roles," but the actor enjoyed at least one starring part, as German composer Richard Wagner, in the 1956 biopic Magic Fire. Alan Badel was the father of actress Sarah Badel.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

Movies

Rating

Title

Credit

Box
Office

Year

71% Shogun Father Dell'Aqua 1980
43% Nijinsky Baron de Gunzburg 1980
71% Agatha Lord Brackenbury 1979
No Score Yet The Riddle of the Sands Dollman 1979
54% Force 10 From Navarone Petrovich 1978
No Score Yet The Medusa Touch Barrister 1978
38% Telefon ''Colonel Malchenko'' 1977
No Score Yet Luther Cajetan 1974
91% The Day of the Jackal The Minister 1973
No Score Yet The Adventurers President Rojo 1970
No Score Yet Otley Sir Alex Hadrian 1968
67% Arabesque Nejim Beshraavi 1966
95% This Sporting Life Gerald Weaver 1963
75% Children of the Damned Dr. David Neville 1963
No Score Yet Bitter Harvest Karl Denny 1963
No Score Yet Magic Fire Actor 1956
No Score Yet Three Cases of Murder Mr. X 1955
No Score Yet Will Any Gentleman? The Great Mendoza 1953
No Score Yet Salome John the Baptist 1953
No Score Yet Omnibus: King Lear Fool 1953

QUOTES FROM Alan Badel CHARACTERS

The Minister
There is one thing: how did you know whose telephone to tap?
Lebel
I didn't, so I tapped all of them.