John Stride

Highest Rated: 86% Macbeth (1971)
Lowest Rated: 17% Brannigan (1975)
Birthday: Jul 11, 1936
Birthplace: Not Available
Entering films with 1960's Sink the Bismarck, British actor John Stride joined the ranks of reliable "authority" character players. He was kept busy in such productions as Stanley Kubrick's A Clockwork Orange (1971) (as Dad), Roman Polanski's MacBeth (1971) (as Ross), Juggernaut (1974), A Bridge too Far (1977) John Wayne's Brannigan (1975), Flash Gordon (1980) (as Zogi) and Chevy Chase's Oh Heavenly Dog (1984). In The Omen (1976), Stride enjoyed a few of that horror film's least harrowing moments in the role of a psychiatrist, while in the 1978 cartoon feature Lord of the Rings, Stride was heard but not seen as Treddan. John Stride's film roles were usually unstressed, but he was shown to better effect on the British TV series The Main Chance and The Wilde Alliance.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

CREDIT
No Score Yet Hanna's War Dr. Komoly 1988
No Score Yet Agatha Christie's 'Thirteen at Dinner' Film Director 1985
No Score Yet Number 10 Actor 1983
No Score Yet Oh Heavenly Dog Alistair Becket 1980
No Score Yet Henry VIII Henry VIII 1979
59% A Bridge Too Far Grenadier Guards Major 1977
84% The Omen Psychiatrist 1976
17% Brannigan Traven 1975
No Score Yet Juggernaut Hughes 1974
No Score Yet Shattered Tom Washington 1972
86% Macbeth Ross 1971
No Score Yet Bitter Harvest Bob Williams 1963

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