Bernard Miles

Highest Rated: 100% tom thumb (1958)
Lowest Rated: 30% Saint Joan (1957)
Birthday: Sep 27, 1907
Birthplace: Not Available
A graduate of the Pembrooke College of Oxford University, Bernard Miles taught school before entering films as a bit player in 1933. A regular in the films of Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger, Miles played many a bucolic rustic before graduating to larger roles; his first starring assignment was in Noel Coward's In Which We Serve (1942). He contributed to the scripts of several films, and was director of the 1944 comedy Tawny Pipit, which he also co-wrote and co-produced. Miles' many memorable screen characterizations included Joe Gargery in Great Expectations (1946) and Newton Noggs in Nicholas Nickelby (1947). In 1959, Miles and his wife, Josephine Wilson, founded England's Mermaid Theatre. Knighted in 1969, Bernard Miles was given a life peerage in 1979, ending his days answering to both Lord Bernard Miles and Baron Bernard.

Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet The Life And Adventures Of Nicholas Nickleby Actor 2011
No Score Yet Treasure Island Actor 2005
No Score Yet The Lady and the Highwayman Actor 1989
No Score Yet Why Didn't They Ask Evans? Dr. Thomas 1981
No Score Yet Run Wild, Run Free Reg 1969
No Score Yet Baby Love Actor 1967
No Score Yet Heavens Above! Simpson 1963
No Score Yet Sapphire Ted Harris 1959
100% tom thumb Jonathan 1958
30% Saint Joan The Master Executioner 1957
No Score Yet She Played with Fire Mr. Jerome 1957
No Score Yet The Smallest Show on Earth Old Tom 1957
85% Moby Dick Manxman 1956
91% The Man Who Knew Too Much Edward Drayton 1956
No Score Yet Never Let Me Go Joe Brooks 1953
No Score Yet The Magic Box Cousin Alfred 1952
No Score Yet Chance of a Lifetime Director Stevens Producer 1950
No Score Yet The Guinea Pig Screenwriter Mr. Read 1948
No Score Yet Nicholas Nickleby Actor 1947
100% Great Expectations Joe Gargery 1947
No Score Yet Fame Is the Spur Tom Hanaway 1947
No Score Yet Nicholas Nickleby Newman Noggs 1946
No Score Yet Tunisian Victory Actor 1944
No Score Yet Tawny Pipit Screenwriter Colonel Barton-Barrington Producer Director 1944
94% In Which We Serve Walter Hardy 1942
No Score Yet Spitfire (The First of the Few) Actor 1942
No Score Yet The Goose Steps Out Screenwriter 1942
No Score Yet One of Our Aircraft Is Missing Geoff Hickman, Front Gunner in B for Bertie 1942
No Score Yet The Day Will Dawn McAllister 1942
No Score Yet Freedom Radio (A Voice in the Night) Muller 1941
No Score Yet Quiet Wedding policeman 1941
No Score Yet Common Touch Perkins 1941
100% Contraband Man lighting pipe 1940
No Score Yet Band Waggon Actor 1940
100% The Spy in Black Hans 1939
88% The Citadel Miner 1938
No Score Yet The Challenge Villager (uncredited) 1938
No Score Yet Crown vs. Stevens Detective 1936
No Score Yet Midnight at Madame Toussaud's Modeller 1936


No Score Yet Tales of the Unexpected
Mr. Rummins