Keith Michell

Highest Rated: 64% Cross Creek (1983)
Lowest Rated: 33% The Deceivers (1988)
Birthday: Dec 1, 1928
Birthplace: Not Available
Forceful, solidly constructed Australian actor Keith Michell had been an art teacher before climbing upon the stage in 1947. In films from the early 1950s, Michell's best movie effort was the 1961 swashbuckler The Hellfire Club. Blessed with a robust singing voice, he has starred in several London stagings of Broadway musicals, notably Irma La Douce, Man of La Mancha and On the 20th Century. From 1973 through 1977, Michell was artistic director of the Chichester Theatre Festival. In 1971, Michell won several international awards (including an American Emmy) for his virtuoso star turn in the BBC TV miniseries The Six Wives of Henry VIII. Devotees of TV's Murder She Wrote will recall Keith Michell's recurring role as avuncular reformed jewel thief Dennis Stanton during the series' 1990-91 season. He reprised his role of Henry VIII in the 1996 miniseries The Prince and the Pauper. Michell died in 2015.

Highest Rated Movies



33% The Deceivers Col. Wilson 1988
64% Cross Creek Preston Turner 1983
No Score Yet Memorial Day Actor 1983
No Score Yet Ruddigore Actor 1982
No Score Yet Grendel, Grendel, Grendel Actor 1981
No Score Yet Julius Caesar Marcus Antonius 1979
No Score Yet The Tenth Month Matthew Poole 1979
No Score Yet The Story of David Actor 1976
No Score Yet The Story of Jacob and Joseph Jacob 1974
No Score Yet Henry VIII and His Six Wives Henry VIII 1972
No Score Yet The Executioner Adam Booth 1970
No Score Yet An Ideal Husband Actor 1969
No Score Yet Prudence and the Pill Dr. Alan Hewitt 1968
No Score Yet The Hellfire Club Actor 1963
No Score Yet Seven Seas to Calais (Il dominatore dei 7 mari) Malcolm Marsh 1963
No Score Yet All Night Long Cass Michaels 1962
No Score Yet Hellfire Club Jason 1961


No Score Yet Murder, She Wrote
Dennis Dennis Stanton
  • 1993
  • 1991
  • 1990
  • 1989
  • 1988
  • 1987
No Score Yet Little House on the Prairie
  • 1981


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