Henry Stephenson

Highest Rated: 100% Oliver Twist (1951)
Birthday: Not Available
Birthplace: Not Available
Like his fellow character actors C. Aubrey Smith and Sir Guy Standing, the dignified Henry Stephenson was seemingly born with a relief map of the British Empire chiseled on his countenance. Born in the British West Indies, Stephenson was educated at England's Rugby College. He turned to acting in his twenties, touring the provinces before settling into leading roles in London and New York. Though he made a smattering of silent film appearances, Stephenson's movie career did not really begin until 1932, with his supporting appearance in The Animal Kingdom. Virtually always cast as an aristocrat or man of means, Stephenson essayed such roles as Mr. Laurence in Little Women (1933), Sir Joseph Banks in Mutiny on the Bounty (1935), the Duke of Norfolk in The Prince and the Pauper, and Count Matthieu de Lesseps in Suez (1938). Henry Stephenson acted in films until his mid-seventies; his last film assignments included the part of Mr. Brownlow in the David Lean-directed Oliver Twist (1948).

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

CREDIT
No Score Yet Mickey Rooney on Acting Actor 1991
100% Oliver Twist Mr. Brownlow 1951
No Score Yet Challenge to Lassie Sir Charles Loring 1949
No Score Yet Enchantment Gen. Fitzgerald 1948
No Score Yet Julia Misbehaves Lord Pennystone 1948
No Score Yet Song of Love King Albert 1947
No Score Yet Ivy Judge 1947
No Score Yet Time Out Of Mind Wellington Drake 1947
No Score Yet The Locket Lord Wyndham 1946
No Score Yet Night and Day Omar Cole 1946
No Score Yet Of Human Bondage Dr. Tyrell 1946
No Score Yet The Green Years Blakely 1946
No Score Yet Heartbeat Minister 1946
No Score Yet Tarzan and the Amazons Henderson 1945
No Score Yet Two Girls and a Sailor John Dyckman Brown I 1944
100% Mr. Lucky Mr. Bryant 1943
No Score Yet This Above All Gen. Cathaway 1942
No Score Yet Rings on Her Fingers Col. Prentice 1942
No Score Yet Lady from Louisiana (Lady from New Orleans) General Anatole Mirbeau 1941
No Score Yet Down Argentine Way Don Diego Quintana 1940
No Score Yet Spring Parade The Emperor 1940
No Score Yet It's a Date Capt. Andrews 1940
71% The Private Lives of Elizabeth and Essex Lord Burghley 1939
No Score Yet Tarzan Finds a Son! Sir Thomas 1939
100% The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes Sir Ronald Ramsgate 1939
No Score Yet The Young in Heart Felix Amstruther 1938
No Score Yet Marie Antoinette Count Mercey 1938
No Score Yet Suez Count de Lesseps 1938
No Score Yet Wise Girl Mr. Simon Fletcher 1937
No Score Yet Conquest Count Anastas Walewski 1937
No Score Yet The Emperor's Candlesticks Prince Johann 1937
No Score Yet Beloved Enemy Lord Athleigh 1937
No Score Yet The Prince and the Pauper Duke of Norfolk 1937
No Score Yet When You're in Love Walter Mitchell 1937
No Score Yet Walking on Air Mr. Bennett 1936
No Score Yet Hearts Divided Charles Patterson 1936
83% Little Lord Fauntleroy Havisham 1936
83% Charge of the Light Brigade Sir Charles Macefield 1936
100% Captain Blood Lord Willoughby 1935
94% Mutiny on the Bounty Sir Joseph Banks 1935
No Score Yet Rendezvous Russian Ambassador Gregory 1935
No Score Yet The Flame Within Jock Frazier 1935
79% Mark of the Vampire (scenes deleted) 1935
No Score Yet Vanessa, Her Love Story Barney 1935
No Score Yet Reckless Harrison 1935
No Score Yet What Every Woman Knows Venables 1934
No Score Yet The Richest Girl in the World Jonathan Connors 1934
No Score Yet Stingaree Mr. Hugh Clarkson 1934
No Score Yet Thirty Day Princess King Anatole XII 1934
No Score Yet The Mystery of Mr. X Sir Herbert Frensham 1934
No Score Yet She Loves Me Not Dean Mercer 1934
No Score Yet All Men Are Enemies Scrope 1934
92% Little Women Mr. Laurence 1933
No Score Yet Double Harness Col. Colby 1933
No Score Yet Tomorrow at Seven Drake 1933
No Score Yet Blind Adventure Maj. Thorne 1933
No Score Yet The Animal Kingdom (The Woman in His House) Rufus Collier 1932
No Score Yet Cynara John Tring 1932
No Score Yet Red Headed Woman Gaerste 1932
No Score Yet A Bill of Divorcement Doctor Alliot 1932

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