David Kossoff

David Kossoff

  • Highest Rated: 100% Indiscreet (1958)
  • Lowest Rated: 50% A Kid for Two Farthings (1956)
  • Birthday: Nov 24, 1919
  • Birthplace: Not Available
  • Acting was David Kossoff's third career choice, after first working as an interior designer and then as an aviation draftsman. On stage from the early 1940s, Kossoff exploited his Slavic name and mittel-European bearing in dozens of "foreign" character roles. His better-known film assignments include the part of Carrington the junk dealer in the 1956 version of 1984 and befuddled nuclear scientist Professor Kokintz in The Mouse That Roared. David Kossoff was a regular on the British television series The Larkins and A Little Big Business, and also gained a fan following for his recitations from the Bible on a number of TV variety series.

Highest Rated Movies








92% The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes Actor 1970
86% The Mouse on the Moon Prof. Kokintz 1963
No Score Yet Summer Holiday Magistrate 1963
No Score Yet Freud Jacob Freud 1962
83% The Two Faces of Dr. Jekyll (Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde) Ernest Litauer 1960
67% Conspiracy of Hearts Rabbi 1960
89% The Mouse That Roared Prof. Kokintz 1959
No Score Yet The Journey Simon Avron 1959
No Score Yet The Bespoke Overcoat Actor 1958
No Score Yet Now and Forever Pawnbroker 1958
100% Indiscreet Carl Banks 1958
No Score Yet Portrait in Smoke (Wicked as They Come) Sam Lewis 1957
No Score Yet The Iron Petticoat Dr. Dubratz 1957
No Score Yet 1984 Charrington the Junk Shop Owner 1956
50% A Kid for Two Farthings Kandinsky 1956
No Score Yet Who Done It? Zacco 1956
No Score Yet Triple Deception Van de Heide 1956
No Score Yet I Am a Camera Actor 1955
No Score Yet Svengali Gecko 1955
No Score Yet Innocent Sinners Actor


Anna Kalman
Can't you count to 12?
Carl Banks
I can count fine, but this stepping out and stepping back...
Dr. Dubratz
She is a Soviet citizen: She is entitled to be seized by the Party!