Michael Rennie

Highest Rated: 100% Hotel (1967)
Lowest Rated: 29% The Wicked Lady (1945)
Birthday: Aug 25, 1909
Birthplace: Not Available
Michael Rennie always claimed that he "turned actor" to escape becoming an executive for his family's wool business. The Cambridge-educated Rennie haunted the casting offices until he was hired by Alfred Hitchcock for his first film, The Secret Agent (1936). Handsome but hollow, Rennie decided that if he was to be a film star, he'd better learn to act, thus he spent several seasons with the York Repertory. Serving in World War II as a flying officer in the RAF, Rennie came to the United States for the first time to be a training instructor in Georgia. Small roles in postwar British films led to a 20th Century Fox contract. It was during his stay at Fox that Rennie truly began to blossom with major roles in 1951's The Day the Earth Stood Still (as Klaatu), 1952's Les Miserables (as Jean Valjean), 1953's The Robe, and many other films. On television, Michael Rennie spent two years and 76 episodes portraying suave soldier of fortune Harry Lime on the syndicated series The Third Man. Rennie died of emphysema on June 10, 1971.

Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet Die Screaming, Marianne Actor 1971
No Score Yet Los Monstruos del Terror (Operation Terror)(Dracula Versus Frankenstein)(The Man Who Came from Ummo) Actor 1970
No Score Yet The Surabaya Conspiracy Harvey Ward 1970
No Score Yet Subterfuge Goldsmith 1969
No Score Yet Dracula Vs. Frankenstein Actor 1969
No Score Yet The Young, the Evil and the Savage Inspector Durand 1968
No Score Yet The Power Arthur Nordlund 1968
60% The Devil's Brigade Gen. Mark Clark 1968
No Score Yet The Battle of El Alamein Field Marshal Sir Bernard Law Montgomery 1968
No Score Yet Hondo and the Apaches Actor 1967
100% Hotel Duke of Lanbourne 1967
No Score Yet Commando Attack Actor 1967
No Score Yet Cyborg 2087 Garth A7 1966
No Score Yet Ride Beyond Vengeance Brooks Durham 1966
No Score Yet Mary, Mary Dirk Winston 1963
No Score Yet The Lost World Lord John Roxton 1960
No Score Yet Third Man on the Mountain Capt. John Winter 1959
No Score Yet Island in the Sun Hilary Carson 1957
No Score Yet Omar Khayyam Hasani Sabah 1957
No Score Yet Teenage Rebel Jay Fallon 1956
No Score Yet The Rains of Ranchipur Lord Albert Esketh 1955
No Score Yet Soldier of Fortune Inspector Merryweather, Hong Kong Marine Police 1955
No Score Yet Seven Cities of Gold Father Junipero Serra 1955
No Score Yet Desiree Jean-Baptiste Bernadotte 1954
80% Demetrius and the Gladiators Peter 1954
No Score Yet Prince Valiant Narrator 1954
No Score Yet Mambo Enrico Marisoni 1954
No Score Yet King of the Khyber Rifles Brig. Gen. J. R. Maitland 1953
33% The Robe Peter 1953
No Score Yet Dangerous Crossing Dr. Paul Manning 1953
90% Titanic Narrator 1953
No Score Yet Sailor of the King Capt. Richard Saville 1953
No Score Yet Pony Soldier Narrator 1952
No Score Yet Les Miserables Jean Valjean 1952
100% 5 Fingers Colin Travers 1952
No Score Yet Phone Call From a Stranger Dr. Robert Fortness 1952
No Score Yet I'll Never Forget You (The House in the Square) (Man of Two Worlds) Roger Forsyth 1951
71% The Desert Fox Desmond Young 1951
83% The 13th Letter Dr. Pearson 1951
94% The Day the Earth Stood Still Klaatu 1951
No Score Yet Trio Maj. Templeton [Sanatorium] 1950
No Score Yet The Black Rose King Edward 1950
No Score Yet Idol of Paris Hertz 1948
No Score Yet Uneasy Terms Slim Callaghan 1948
No Score Yet Caesar and Cleopatra Quayside Centurion 1945
29% The Wicked Lady Kit Locksby 1945
No Score Yet I'll Be Your Sweetheart Bob Fielding 1945
No Score Yet Suicide Squadron (Dangerous Moonlight) Pilot 1942
No Score Yet Tower of Terror Anthony Hale 1942
No Score Yet Turned Out Nice Again Diner 1941
No Score Yet Ships with Wings Lt. Peter Maxwell 1941
83% Bank Holiday Guardsman 1938
No Score Yet Conquest of Air Actor 1936
No Score Yet Battle of the V-1 (Missiles from Hell) Actor


No Score Yet Lost in Space
  • 1967
  • 1966
93% Batman
Mr. Sandman/Dr. Somnambula
  • 1966
No Score Yet Bonanza
Prof. Poppy / Dr. P.A.Mundy
  • 1965
No Score Yet Alfred Hitchcock Presents
Allen Oxford
  • 1962
  • 1958