John Slater

Highest Rated: 92% Passport to Pimlico (1949)
Lowest Rated: 75% The Front (1976)
Birthday: Aug 22, 1916
Birthplace: Not Available
Cockney character actor John Slater entered films in 1941, remaining active until his death 34 years later, despite such setbacks as a life-threatening auto accident in 1946 and sporadic bouts of ill health. He could usually be seen as military officers, constables, and doctors. His voice was familiar to millions of moviegoers via his narration duties in the Mining Review documentary series. John Slater's later credits included a lengthy run as Sgt. Stone on the enormously popular TV weekly Z Cars.

Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet Dickens of London Actor 1977
75% The Front TV Director 1976
No Score Yet Three on a Spree Sid Johnson 1961
No Score Yet Violent Playground Sgt. Walker 1958
No Score Yet The Flanagan Boy (Bad Blonde) Actor 1955
No Score Yet The Million Pound Note (Man With a Million) Parsons 1954
No Score Yet The Long Memory Pewsey 1953
No Score Yet The Last Page (Man Bait) Actor 1952
No Score Yet Prelude to Fame Dr. Lorenzo 1950
92% Passport to Pimlico Frank Huggins 1949
92% A Canterbury Tale Sergeant Len 1949
No Score Yet Escape Salesman 1948
No Score Yet Against the Wind Emile Meyer 1948
No Score Yet Noose Pudd'n Bason 1948
88% It Always Rains on Sunday Lou Hyams 1947
No Score Yet The Seventh Veil James 1945
No Score Yet Query (Murder in Reverse) Fred Smith 1945
No Score Yet I Live in Grosvenor Square (A Yank in London) Actor 1945
No Score Yet For Those in Peril A / C1 Wilkie 1944
No Score Yet Candlelight in Algeria American Officer 1944
No Score Yet Millions Like Us Alec 1943
No Score Yet The Saint Meets the Tiger Eddie 1943
No Score Yet Undercover Minor Role (uncredited) 1943
No Score Yet We Dive at Dawn Charlie 1943
92% Went the Day Well? German Sergeant 1942
No Score Yet Wings and the Woman (They Flew Alone) Flyer 1942
No Score Yet Love on the Dole Jackson 1941
No Score Yet Gert and Daisy's Weekend Jack Densham 1941


No Score Yet Z Cars


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