Bradford Dillman

Bradford Dillman

Highest Rated: 100% Compulsion (1959)

Lowest Rated: 0% Revenge (1971)

Birthday: Apr 14, 1930

Birthplace: San Francisco, California, USA

Yale graduate Bradford Dillman began his career in the sort of misunderstood-youth roles that had previously been the province of Montgomery Clift and James Dean. His first significant stage success was as the younger son in the Pulitzer Prize-winning Eugene O'Neill play Long Day's Journey Into Night. Signed by 20th Century-Fox in 1958, Dillman at first played standard leading men; his subtle shift to villainy occurred after he was cast as a wealthy psychopath in Compulsion, the 1959 drama based on the Leopold-Loeb case. Compulsion won Dillman an award at the Cannes Film Festival, and also threatened to typecast him for the rest of his film career, notwithstanding his leading role in Fox's Francis of Assisi (1961). It was during his Fox years that Dillman married popular cover girl Suzy Parker. Bradford Dillman has remained much in demand as a television guest star, and in 1965 was the lead on the filmed-in-Britain TV drama series Court-Martial.

Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet Jane Actor 2014
No Score Yet The Heart of Justice Burgess 1993
No Score Yet Heroes Stand Alone Walt Simmons 1989
No Score Yet Lords of the Deep Dobler 1989
No Score Yet Man Outside Frank Simmons 1986
No Score Yet Treasure of the Amazon Clark 1985
No Score Yet Treasure of the Amazons Actor 1984
57% Sudden Impact Capt. Briggs 1983
No Score Yet The Legend of Walks Far Woman Actor 1982
No Score Yet Force - Five Actor 1981
No Score Yet Guyana: Crime of the Century Dr. Gary Shaw 1980
No Score Yet One Away Actor 1980
No Score Yet Love and Bullets Brickman 1979
No Score Yet Jennifer: A Woman's Story Donald Prince 1979
No Score Yet Running Scared Arthur Jaeger 1979
72% Piranha Paul Grogan 1978
10% The Swarm Maj. Baker 1978
No Score Yet The Amsterdam Kill Odums 1977
79% The Enforcer Capt. McKay 1976
25% Bug Prof. James Parmiter 1975
No Score Yet Chosen Survivors Peter Macomber 1974
No Score Yet Gold Manfred 1974
No Score Yet The Disappearance of Flight 412 Dunning 1974
No Score Yet 99 And 44/100% Dead (Call Harry Crown) Actor 1974
No Score Yet Murder or Mercy? Actor 1974
No Score Yet Death in Deep Water Actor 1974
91% The Iceman Cometh Willie 1973
65% The Way We Were J.J. 1973
No Score Yet Columbo: The Greenhouse Jungle Actor 1972
No Score Yet Moon of the Wolf Andrew Rodanthe 1972
No Score Yet The Resurrection of Zachary Wheeler Sen. Clayton Zachary Wheeler 1971
77% Escape from the Planet of the Apes Dr. Lewis Dixon 1971
67% The Mephisto Waltz Bill Delancey 1971
No Score Yet Brother John Lloyd Thomas 1971
0% Revenge Frank Klaner 1971
No Score Yet Suppose They Gave a War and Nobody Came? Captain Myerson 1970
No Score Yet The Bridge at Remagen Maj. Barnes 1969
No Score Yet Black Water Gold Lyle Wawcett 1969
No Score Yet Mastermind Jabez Link 1969
No Score Yet The Helicopter Spies Luther Sebastian 1968
No Score Yet Sergeant Ryker Capt. David Young 1968
No Score Yet Jigsaw Jonathan Fields 1968
No Score Yet The Plainsman Lt. Stiles 1966
No Score Yet A Rage to Live Sidney Tate 1965
No Score Yet Francis of Assisi Francis Bemardone 1961
No Score Yet Sanctuary Gowan Stevens 1961
No Score Yet A Circle of Deception Capt. Paul Raine 1960
No Score Yet Crack in the Mirror Larnier / Claude 1960
100% Compulsion Arthur A. Straus 1959
No Score Yet In Love and War Alan Newcombe 1958


No Score Yet Murder, She Wrote
Arthur Brent Richard Ellston Dennis McConnell Commissioner Folkes Stone Lt. Kershaw 1995
No Score Yet The Incredible Hulk
Michael Sutton 1979
100% Wonder Woman (1976)
Arthur Deal/Thor 1976
No Score Yet The Streets of San Francisco
Tom Fitz 1975
No Score Yet Columbo
Tony 1972
No Score Yet The Mary Tyler Moore Show
Matt Bryan 1972
No Score Yet Mission: Impossible
Paul Shipherd Larry Edison 1972
No Score Yet Bonanza
Griff Bannon 1971
No Score Yet Ironside
Prince Dr. William Danner 1970
No Score Yet Marcus Welby, M.D.
Ken 1969
100% The Man From U.N.C.L.E.
Luther Sebastian Sebastian 1967
No Score Yet The Wild Wild West
No Score Yet The Alfred Hitchcock Hour
Bill Nelson 1964


Harry Callahan says: Captain if your gonna jerk all these people off don't do it with me.

Capt. McKay says: That's it Callahan you just got yourself a 60 day suspension.

Harry Callahan says: Make it 90.

Capt. McKay says: 180, give me your star.

Harry Callahan says: There's a seven point depository captain.

Capt. McKay says: What did you say?

Harry Callahan says: I said stick it in your ass.