Alfred Lynch

Highest Rated: 100% Second Best (1994)
Birthday: Jan 26, 1931
Birthplace: Not Available
British character actor Alfred Lynch was generally cast in roles calling for a cockney dialect and a pugnacious streak. Lynch made his first film, On the Fiddle, in 1961, after which he worked in medium-priced films until the all-star epic 55 Days at Peking (1965). In The Hill (1965), a POW drama, Lynch was but one of many actors (including Sean Connery) speaking in British vernacular so thick that one virtually needed subtitles to figure out what was going on! A more coherent Alfred Lynch could be seen in the Taylor-Burton The Taming of the Shrew (1967) and Sidney Lumet's 1968 filmization of Chekhov's The Seagull (1968).

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

CREDIT
No Score Yet West 11 Actor 2014
100% Second Best Edward 1994
86% The Krays Charlie Kray Sr. 1990
No Score Yet Bewitched Actor 1983
No Score Yet Loophole Harry 1981
No Score Yet The Block House Actor 1974
No Score Yet The Blockhouse Larshen 1973
No Score Yet The Sea Gull Medvedenko 1968
86% The Taming of the Shrew Tranio 1967
100% The Hill George Stevens 1965
57% Fifty Five Days at Peking Gerald 1963
No Score Yet The Password Is Courage Cpl. Billy Pope 1962
No Score Yet The Girl Swappers Tom 1962
No Score Yet On the Fiddle Horace Pope 1961
92% Look Back in Anger Actor 1958

TV

CREDIT
68% Doctor Who
1963-1989
Commander Millington Cmdr. Millington Cdr. Millington
  • 2003
  • 1989

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