Benjamin Whitrow

Benjamin Whitrow

Highest Rated: 97% Chicken Run (2000)

Lowest Rated: 50% Scenes of a Sexual Nature (2006)

Birthday: Feb 17, 1937

Birthplace: Oxford, England, UK

Benjamin Whitrow is a highly respected English actor who has appeared in countless British films and TV shows. After a series of one-off TV appearances in the 1960s and early '70s, Whitrow broke through with recurring roles in the 1978 drama "Armchair Thriller" and the comedic drama "Bognor." On the big screen, Whitrow gained notice for supporting roles in the 1982 thriller "Brimstone & Treacle" and the satire "The New Statesman." Other highlights include a supporting role in the critically-acclaimed 1995 mini-series "Pride and Prejudice " and a role opposite Jeremy Irons in the romance "Damage." In 2009, Whitrow enjoyed a rare starring role in the indie hit "Bomber."

Highest rated movies

Scenes of a Sexual Nature




No Score Yet 50% Bomber Alistar (Character) - 2009
50% 49% Scenes of a Sexual Nature Eddie Wright (Character) - 2006
No Score Yet No Score Yet Agatha Christie's Poirot: After the Funeral Timothy Abernethie (Character) - 2005
97% 65% Chicken Run Fowler (Voice) - 2000
No Score Yet 40% The Blonde Bombshell Mr Fluck (Character) - 1998
No Score Yet 60% On the Black Hill Arkwright (Character) - 1988
No Score Yet No Score Yet A Man for All Seasons Thomas Cromwell (Character) - 1988
No Score Yet No Score Yet Sharma and Beyond Anton Heron (Character) - 1984
No Score Yet 68% Brimstone and Treacle Businessman (Character) - 1982


82% 100% Doc Martin Mr McLynn (Guest Star) 2009
No Score Yet No Score Yet Tales of the Unexpected Fergus Locke (Character) 1982