Ben Chaplin

Total Box Office:
 $95.4M
Highest Rated:
97% The Remains of the Day (1993)
Lowest Rated:
7% Lost Souls (2000)
Birthday:
Jul 31
Birthplace:
London, England, UK
Bio:
English, soulful, darkly handsome, and no relation to Charlie, Ben Chaplin has been making a small yet significant impression on American audiences since his American film debut in 1996's The Truth About Cats and Dogs. Although not widely recognized by many Americans, the actor has enjoyed a steady…

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Filmography


MOVIES   

Rating Title Credit Box Office Year
83% Ways To Live Forever
  • Father
-- 2013
29% Twixt
  • Actor
-- 2012
33% London Boulevard
  • Billy
$10.5k 2011
85% Me and Orson Welles
  • George Coulouris (Mark Antony)
$1.1M 2010
My Fake Baby
  • Narrator
-- 2009
43% Dorian Gray
  • Basil Hallward
-- 2009
74% The Water Horse: Legend of the Deep
  • Lewis Mowbray
$40.4M 2007
19% Two Weeks
  • Keith Bergman
-- 2006
31% Chromophobia
  • Actor
-- 2005
64% Stage Beauty
  • George Villars Duke of Buckingham
$0.7M 2004
The Touch
  • Actor
-- 2003
31% Murder by Numbers
  • Sam Kennedy
$31.9M 2002
58% Birthday Girl
  • John
$4.9M 2001
7% Lost Souls
  • Peter Kelson
$16.4M 2000
79% The Thin Red Line
  • Pvt. Bell
-- 1998
82% Washington Square
  • Morris Townsend
-- 1997
84% The Truth About Cats & Dogs
  • Brian
-- 1996
67% Feast of July
  • Con Wainwright
-- 1995
Return of the Borrowers
  • Ditchley
-- 1993
97% The Remains of the Day
  • Charlie - Head Footman
-- 1993
Ken Follett's World Without End Vol. 1
  • Actor
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Ken Follett's World Without End Vol.2
  • Actor
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Quotes from Ben Chaplin's Characters

    1. Pvt. Bell: We... We together. One being. Flow together like water. Till I can't tell you from me. I drink you. Now... Now.
    From The Thin Red Line. Submitted by Ben P (17 months ago)
    1. Pvt. Bell: My dear wife. You get something twisted out of your insides by all this blood, filth and noise. I want to stay changeless for you. I want to come back to you the man I was before. How do we get to those other shores? To those blue hills? Love--where does it come from? Who lit this flame in us? No war can put it out, conquer it. I was a prisoner. You set me free.
    From The Thin Red Line. Submitted by Ben P (17 months ago)
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