Hugh Williams

Hugh Williams

  • Highest Rated: 100% Khartoum (1966)
  • Lowest Rated: 10% Doctor Faustus (1968)
  • Birthday: Mar 6, 1904
  • Birthplace: Not Available
  • Born Brian Williams, he trained for the stage at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, beginning his professional stage career at age 17; after appearing in many plays over several years he developed into a popular leading man with the Liverpool Repertory and on the West End. In 1929 he came to the U.S. to appear on Broadway, shortly thereafter debuting onscreen in the American production of Charlie's Aunt (1930). He played leads and supporting roles in many British and some Hollywood films, remaining consistently busy onscreen until 1942 and then again from 1946-52. He wrote several plays, sometimes in collaboration with his wife, Margaret Vyner.

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No Score Yet Brief Ecstasy (Dangerous Secrets) Actor 2012
10% Doctor Faustus Scholar 1968
100% Khartoum Lord Hartington 1966
88% The Grass Is Greener Screenwriter 1960
No Score Yet The Fake Sir Richard Aldingham 1953
No Score Yet The Intruder Tim 1953
No Score Yet Gift Horse (Glory at Sea) Captain 1952
No Score Yet The Holly and the Ivy Richard Wyndham 1952
No Score Yet The Romantic Age Arnold Dickson 1949
No Score Yet Ideal Husband Sir Robert Chiltern 1948
No Score Yet Elizabeth of Ladymead John 1946 1948
No Score Yet An Ideal Husband Actor 1947
No Score Yet A Girl in a Million Tony 1946
No Score Yet Secret Mission Major Peter Garnett 1942
No Score Yet One of Our Aircraft Is Missing Frank Shelley, Observer / Navigator in B for Bertie 1942
No Score Yet The Day Will Dawn Colin Metcalfe 1942
No Score Yet Ships with Wings Wagner 1941
No Score Yet The Dark Eyes of London (Dead Eyes of London) (The Human Monster) (Dr. Orloff) Inspector Holt 1940
95% Wuthering Heights Hindley Earnshaw 1939
No Score Yet Inspector Hornleigh Bill Gordon 1939
83% Bank Holiday Geoffrey 1938
No Score Yet The Last Journey The Man 1936
No Score Yet David Copperfield (The Personal History, Adventures, Experience, & Observation of David Copperfield the Younger) Steerforth 1935
No Score Yet All Men Are Enemies Tony 1934
No Score Yet Sorrell and Son Kit Sorrell as an Adult 1934
No Score Yet Bittersweet Vincent 1933
No Score Yet Rome Express Tony 1932
No Score Yet Charley's Aunt Charlie Wykeham 1930


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