James Aubrey

James Aubrey

Highest Rated: 100% The Great Rock'n'Roll Swindle (1980)

Lowest Rated: 33% Futureworld (1976)

Birthday: Aug 28, 1947

Birthplace: Not Available

A native of Austria, supporting actor James Aubrey (born James Aubrey Tregidgo) made his debut as Ralph in Peter Brook's haunting and disturbing adaptation of William Golding's Lord of the Flies (1963). He has since played supporting roles and occasionally leads in a wide variety of films.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

Movies

Credit
66% Spy Game Mitch Alford $62.4M 2001
No Score Yet Der Mann Nebenan (A Demon in My View) (The Man Next Door) Brian Kotowsky 1992
No Score Yet Buddy's Song Adrian 1991
No Score Yet Endless Descent Contek 1 1990
No Score Yet Riders of the Storm Claude 1988
79% Cry Freedom Passport Control Officer 1987
No Score Yet Forever Young James 1984
52% The Hunger Ron 1983
100% The Great Rock'n'Roll Swindle Actor 1980
No Score Yet Home Before Midnight Mike Beresford 1979
No Score Yet Terror Philip 1979
33% Futureworld Producer 1976
No Score Yet Bouquet of Barbed Wire Actor 1976
No Score Yet Galileo Actor 1975
No Score Yet Sex Thief 1st Reporter 1973
91% Lord of the Flies Ralph 1963
No Score Yet Lion Man Actor 1939

TV

Credit
No Score Yet Masterpiece
1971-2014
Raymond Castle 2001
No Score Yet Tales of the Unexpected
1979-1988
Robert

QUOTES FROM James Aubrey CHARACTERS

Ralph says: Don't you see! There may be a ship out there, or a plane.

Ralph says: Don't you see! There may be a ship out there or a plane.

Jack says: [pointing at the twins] Grab them. Tie them up! [turning to Ralph] See. They do what I want.

Jack says: Grab them. Tie them up! See? They do what I want.

Ralph says: Your a beast and a swine and a bloody, bloody thief!

Ralph says: Piggy, that was murder.

Piggy says: You stop it! What good are you doing, talking like that! It was dark. There was that bloody dance. There was thunder and lightning and rain. We were scared. It wasn't, - what you said.

Piggy says: You stop it! What good are you doing, talking like that! It was dark. There was that bloody dance. There was thunder and lightning and rain. We were scared. It wasn't what you said.

Ralph says: Oh Piggy!

Piggy says: It was an accident. He was batty - he asked for it. It was an accident.

Piggy says: It was an accident. He was batty. He asked for it. It was an accident.

Ralph says: Oh God, I want to go home.

Piggy says: What's grown-ups going to say? Look at em.

Ralph says: I think I ought to give up being chief.

Piggy says: You can't, Ralph - not now. Blow the conch, you've got to be tough! Make them do what you want.

Piggy says: You can't, Ralph. Not now. Blow the conch, you've got to be tough! Make them do what you want.

Ralph says: If I blow the conch, and they don't come back, then we've had it.

Ralph says: If I blow the conch and they don't come back, then we've had it.

Ralph says: We're on an uninhabited island. We shall have to look after ourselves. But it's a good island; there's lots of fruit, water, and I'm pretty sure there aren't any dangerous animals. So things aren't so bad. None of us are hurt. There isn't any danger, and we can build shelters and be comfortable. So if we're sensible - if we do things properly - if we don't loose our heads - it will be all right.

Ralph says: We're on an uninhabited island. We shall have to look after ourselves. But it's a good island; there's lots of fruit, water, and I'm pretty sure there aren't any dangerous animals. So things aren't so bad. None of us are hurt. There isn't any danger and we can build shelters and be comfortable. So if we're sensible, if we do things properly, if we don't loose our heads, it will be all right.

Piggy says: What's your name?

Ralph says: Ralph.

Piggy says: I don't care what they call me. As long as they don't call me what they did at school.

Ralph says: What's that?

Piggy says: [Looks about the deserted beach] They used to call me Piggy.

Piggy says: They used to call me Piggy.

Ralph says: Piggy!!

Ralph says: Piggy!

Piggy says: ...as long as you don't tell the others.