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Austin Trevor

Highest Rated: 100% Sabotage (1937)

Lowest Rated: 38% Konga (1961)

Birthday: Oct 7, 1897

Birthplace: Not Available

Born in Ireland and educated in Switzerland, Austin Trevor fought for the British during WWI, then made his stage debut in America. In films from the early talkie era onward, Trevor gained a fan following with his appearances as Agatha Christie's dapper Belgian sleuth Hercule Poirot in Alibi (1930) and Lord Edgeware Dies (1931). He also played A.E.W. Mason's Inspector Hanaud (a character very much in the Poirot mold) in the 1930 version of Mystery at the Villa Rose. Trevor's gift for foreign dialects kept him busy during the war years and after: In 1947, he played Vronsky in the Vivien Leigh version of Anna Karenina. On TV, he played Fowler in the sci-fi serial Quatermass 2. Austin Trevor remained active until 1966.

Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet The Alphabet Murders Judson 1965
83% The Day the Earth Caught Fire Sir John Kelly 1962
38% Konga Dean Foster 1961
No Score Yet Horrors of the Black Museum Commissioner Wayne 1959
No Score Yet Seven Waves Away (Abandon Ship!) (Seven Days from Now) Edward Wilton 1957
No Score Yet To Paris With Love Gen. Leon de Colville 1955
No Score Yet The Detective Herald 1954
No Score Yet So Long at the Fair Police Commissaire 1951
97% The Red Shoes Prof. Palmer 1948
No Score Yet Anna Karenina Col. Vronsky 1948
No Score Yet The Lisbon Story Maj. Lutzen 1946
No Score Yet Champagne Charlie the Duke 1944
88% Night Train to Munich (Gestapo) Capt. Prada 1940
No Score Yet Law and Disorder Actor 1940
82% Goodbye, Mr. Chips Ralston 1939
No Score Yet Knight Without Armour Col. Adraxine 1937
No Score Yet Dark Journey Dr. Muller 1937
100% Sabotage Vladimir 1937
71% Rembrandt Marquis 1936
No Score Yet As You Like It le Beau 1936
No Score Yet Dusty Ermine Hotel Proprietor 1936
No Score Yet The Silent Passenger Inspector Parker 1935
No Score Yet Mimi Lamotte 1935
No Score Yet Broken Melody Pierre Falaise 1934
No Score Yet Escape Parson 1930


No Score Yet The Invisible Man
Hugo 1959


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