Anthony Nicholls

Highest Rated: 100% Victim (1961)
Birthday: Oct 16, 1902
Birthplace: Not Available
British actor Anthony Nicholls made the portraying of distinguished government officials a way of life in his films. Following extensive stage activity, Nicholls began working in movies on a regular basis with 1947's The Laughing Lady. Most American audiences first saw Nicholls in the company of Ronald Reagan, Richard Todd and Patricia Neal in The Hasty Heart (1949). Active in films until the early '70s (including the 1966 Oscar winner A Man For All Seasons), Anthony Nicholls was also seen in the role of W. I. Tremayne, the overseer of three superpowered secret agents on the 1968 British TV adventure series The Champions.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

CREDIT
53% I Spit on Your Grave (Day of the Woman) Stanley 1978
84% The Omen Dr. Becker 1976
No Score Yet The Merchant Of Venice Antonio 1973
78% O Lucky Man! General/Judge/Foreman 1973
No Score Yet One More Time Candler 1971
No Score Yet The Walking Stick Lewis Maude 1970
No Score Yet The Man Who Haunted Himself Sir Arthur Richardson 1970
No Score Yet A Walk with Love and Death Father Superior 1969
63% Battle of Britain Minister 1969
95% If.... Gen. Denson 1968
No Score Yet Our Mother's House Mr. Halbert 1967
82% A Man for All Seasons King's Representative 1966
82% Othello Brabantio 1965
62% The Pumpkin Eater Surgeon 1964
79% Night of the Eagle (Burn, Witch, Burn! ) Harvey Sawtelle 1962
100% Victim Lord Fullbrook 1961
No Score Yet The Horsemasters Actor 1961
No Score Yet Dunkirk Military Spokesman 1958
No Score Yet The Woman's Angle Dr. Nigel Jarvis 1954
No Score Yet Young and Willing (The Weak and the Wicked) Chaplain 1954
No Score Yet House of the Arrow Jeremy Haslett 1953
No Score Yet Franchise Affair Kevin McDermott 1950
No Score Yet The Hasty Heart Col. Dunn 1949
No Score Yet Man on the Run Inspector 1949
No Score Yet The Guinea Pig Mr. Stringer 1948

TV

CREDIT
No Score Yet The Avengers (1961)
1969
Ardmore Dr. Shanklin

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