Graham Stark

Graham Stark

Highest Rated: 97% Victor/Victoria (1982)

Lowest Rated: 6% Son of the Pink Panther (1993)

Birthday: Jan 20, 1922

Birthplace: Wallasey, Cheshire, England, UK

Graham Stark was a prolific actor who created a name for himself largely on the big screen. Stark started his acting career landing roles in such films as the Alfred Lynch comedic adaptation "On the Fiddle" (1961), the comedy adaptation "Only Two Can Play" (1961) with Peter Sellers and "The Millionairess" (1961) with Sophia Loren. He also appeared in the comedy "The Wrong Arm of the Law" (1962) with Peter Sellers, the Margaret Rutherford adaptation sequel "The Mouse on the Moon" (1963) and the Richard Attenborough drama "Guns at Batasi" (1964). He kept working in film throughout the sixties and the seventies, starring in "Casino Royale" (1967), the Sammy Davis Jr. comedy "Salt and Pepper" (1968) and the Leslie Phillips comedy "Doctor in Trouble" (1970). During the latter half of his career, he tackled roles in "The Prisoner of Zenda" (1979) starring Peter Sellers"The Sea Wolves" (1980) with Gregory Peck and the dramatic period piece "Hawk The Slayer" (1980) with Jack Palance. He also appeared in the dramedy "Victor/Victoria" (1982) with Julie Andrews and "Trail of the Pink Panther" (1982). Stark more recently appeared in "Charles Dickens' Martin Chuzzlewit" (PBS, 1994-95).


Highest Rated Movies



6% 19% Son of the Pink Panther Professor Auguste Balls (Character) $2.4M 1993
21% 42% Blind Date Jordan (Character) $37.5M 1987
29% 23% Superman III Blind Man (Character) - 1983
23% 33% Trail of the Pink Panther Hercule Lajoy (Character) - 1982
97% 86% Victor/Victoria Waiter (Character) - 1982
No Score Yet No Score Yet There Goes the Bride Bernardo Rossi (Character) - 1980
No Score Yet No Score Yet Love Trap Inspector Nugent (Character) - 1978
78% 70% Revenge of the Pink Panther Dr. Auguste Balls (Character) - 1978
No Score Yet No Score Yet Fiona Inspector Flaubert (Character) - 1977
No Score Yet No Score Yet Naughty Wives Unknown (Character) - 1974
No Score Yet 0% The Magnificent Seven Deadly Sins Director,
- 1971
No Score Yet 50% The Picasso Summer Postman (Character) - 1969
No Score Yet 36% Salt and Pepper Sgt. Walters (Character) - 1968
No Score Yet No Score Yet A Ghost of a Chance Thomas Dogood (Character) - 1968
No Score Yet 7% Those Fantastic Flying Fools Bertram Grundle (Character) - 1967
No Score Yet No Score Yet Finders Keepers Burke (Character) - 1966
96% 76% Alfie Humphrey (Character) - 1966
94% 87% A Shot in the Dark Hercule Lajoy (Character) - 1964
No Score Yet 36% Sword of Lancelot Rian (Character) - 1963
No Score Yet 65% Only Two Can Play Hyman (Character) - 1962
No Score Yet No Score Yet Village of Daughters Postman (Character) - 1962
No Score Yet No Score Yet A Weekend With Lulu Chiron (Character) - 1961
No Score Yet No Score Yet Watch It, Sailor! Carnoustie Bligh (Character) - 1961
No Score Yet 17% Double Bunk Flowerman (Character) - 1961
No Score Yet 44% On the Fiddle Sgt. Ellis (Character) - 1961
No Score Yet 30% Down Among the Z Men Spider (Character) - 1952


No Score Yet No Score Yet Ain't Misbehavin' Spadger (Character) 1997


Inspector Jacques Clouseau says: Facts, Hercule! Facts! [lists off several facts all pointing to Maria's guilt] Now, from the facts we've seen what is the obvious conclusion?

Hercule Lajoy says: That Maria Gambrelli killed the gardener.

Inspector Jacques Clouseau says: You idiot!! She's not guilty!

Hercule Lajoy says: But what about the facts? They all say she's guilty!

Inspector Jacques Clouseau says: There's only one answer Hercule. She's protecting someone!