David Warrilow

Highest Rated: 90% Barton Fink (1991)
Lowest Rated: 50% Far from Poland (1984)
Birthday: Dec 28, 1934
Birthplace: Not Available
Best known for his stage work, British actor David Warrilow also appeared in a few memorable films, including Barton Fink (1991), Radio Days (1987), and Bright, Lights, Big City (1988). Warrilow was particularly noted for his close affiliation with the plays of Samuel Beckett. Before becoming an actor, the England born and raised Warrilow edited Realities magazine in Paris for 11 years. He started acting at a theater workshop in Paris and while working on a production of Beckett's Play, he met JoAnne Akalaitis. The two teamed up and later co-founded the experimental New York theater Mabou Mines. Warrilow was actually an acquaintance of Mr. Beckett and so it was not a great surprise when the playwright wrote A Piece of Monologue especially for Warrilow. While living in Paris, the actor received the prestigious Chevalier de l'Ordre des Arts et Lettres.

Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet Dakota Road Rev. Douglas Stonea 1992
90% Barton Fink Garland Stanford 1991
No Score Yet Buster's Bedroom Actor 1991
63% Bright Lights, Big City Rittenhouse 1988
89% Radio Days Roger 1987
50% Far from Poland Gen. Jaruzelski 1984
57% Simon Blades 1980