Lyndon Brook

Lowest Rated: 57% Plenty (1985)
Birthday: Apr 10, 1926
Birthplace: Not Available
British actor Lyndon Brook was the son of stage and film star Clive Brook and the brother of actress Faith Brook. Upon seeking his own theatrical career, Brook chose to downplay his distinguished lineage by changing his real name, Clive Brook Jr., to the less obvious Lyndon. He established himself in his profession without emphasizing his family ties, working steadily on stage, in films and on TV. Brook appeared in several Hollywood-financed British films, among them The Purple Plain (1954) (with Gregory Peck) and Song without End (1960) (an empty biopic of composer Franz Liszt, starring Dirk Bogarde). In 1973, Lyndon Brook starred in a TV adaptation of Aldous Huxley's Point Counter Point, one of several British productions televised on PBS' Masterpiece Theatre.

Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet The Race for the Double Helix Erwin Chargaff 1986
57% Plenty Begley 1985
100% Defence of the Realm (Defense of the Realm) Pugh 1985
No Score Yet Who? Dr. Barrister 1975
No Score Yet Melissa Dr. Swanley Director 1974
No Score Yet The Hireling Actor 1973
No Score Yet Invasion Brian Carter 1966
91% The Longest Day Lt. Walsh 1962
80% Song Without End Richard Wagner 1960
No Score Yet Reach for the Sky Johnny Sanderson 1957
No Score Yet The Spanish Gardener Robert Burton 1956
No Score Yet The Purple Plain Carrington 1955
No Score Yet Above Us the Waves Diver Navigator, X2 1955
No Score Yet Train Of Events Actor 1952
No Score Yet Innocent Sinners Actor


100% I, Claudius
  • 1978
No Score Yet The Avengers (1961)
Dr. Manx Lyall
  • 1968


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