John Fraser

John Fraser

Highest Rated: 100% The Dam Busters (1954)

Lowest Rated: 71% Operation Crossbow (1965)

Birthday: Mar 18, 1931

Birthplace: Not Available

Scottish character actor John Fraser was still a high school student when he made his first professional stage appearance. A natural for youthful military roles, Fraser was seen to good advantage in such wartime films as The Dam Busters (1953) and Tunes of Glory (1960). One of his best and most atypical performances was as the tragic Lord Alfred Douglas in 1960's The Trial of Oscar Wilde. John Fraser's TV credits include an appearance as the Monitor on the "Logopolis" story arc of Doctor Who (1981), and as one of the regulars of the 1982 British series The Rep.

Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet Scarlett Actor 1994
No Score Yet Schizo (Amok) (Blood of the Undead) Leonard Hawthorne 1976
75% Isadora (The Loves of Isadora) Roger 1969
No Score Yet Doctor in Clover Dr. Miles Grimsdyke 1966
95% Repulsion Colin 1965
No Score Yet A Study in Terror Lord Carfax 1965
71% Operation Crossbow Flight Lt. Kenny 1965
No Score Yet Tamahine Richard Poole 1963
No Score Yet Midsummer Night's Dream Actor 1963
No Score Yet Waltz of the Toreadors (The Amorous General) Robert 1962
92% El Cid King Alfonso 1961
No Score Yet The Horsemasters David Lawford 1961
73% Tunes of Glory Cpl. Piper Fraser 1960
No Score Yet The Trials of Oscar Wilde Lord Alfred Douglas 1960
No Score Yet The Wind Cannot Read Flight Officer Munroe 1958
No Score Yet The Good Companions Inigo Jolifant 1957
100% The Dam Busters Flight Lt. Hopgood 1954
No Score Yet Valley of Song (Men Are Children Twice) Cliff Lloyd 1953
91% Titanic Steward 1953


68% Doctor Who
The Monitor 1981
No Score Yet Columbo


Colin says: Well, next time you forget, maybe you'll let me know.