Nigel Patrick

Nigel Patrick

Highest Rated: 89% Tales From the Crypt (1972)

Lowest Rated: 11% Raintree County (1957)

Birthday: May 2, 1913

Birthplace: Not Available

Sandy-haired British leading man Nigel Patrick was the son of actors. On-stage from 1932 and in films from 1939, Patrick specialized in sardonic, dry-witted characters. His film career gained momentum after he returned from WWII service, with starring parts in the Somerset Maugham omnibus films Trio (1950) and Encore (1952) and with such roles as Mr. Jingle in The Pickwick Papers (1953). A busy theatrical director, Patrick also helmed two films, the brisk black comedy How to Murder a Rich Uncle (1958) and the offbeat religious allegory Johnny Nobody (1961). In 1963, Patrick starred as a special investigator for the British airlines in the TV adventure series Zero One, which was briefly syndicated in the United States. Nigel Patrick's last screen appearance was in John Huston's The Mackintosh Man.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

Movies

Credit
86% Pandora and the Flying Dutchman Stephen Cameron 2020
58% The MacKintosh Man Soames-Trevelyan 1973
No Score Yet The Great Waltz Johann Strauss, Sr. 1972
89% Tales From the Crypt William Rogers 1972
No Score Yet The Executioner Col. Scott 1970
No Score Yet The Virgin Soldiers R.S.M. Raskin 1969
67% Battle of Britain Group Capt. Hope 1969
No Score Yet Johnny Nobody Director Father Carey 1961
No Score Yet The Trials of Oscar Wilde Sir Edward Clarke 1960
86% The League of Gentlemen Peter Graham Race 1959
No Score Yet Sapphire Hazard 1959
No Score Yet The Man Inside Sam Carter 1958
11% Raintree County Prof. Jerusalem Webster Stiles 1957
No Score Yet How to Murder a Rich Uncle Director Henry 1957
No Score Yet A Prize of Gold Brian Hammell 1955
No Score Yet The Sea Shall Not Have Then Actor 1955
No Score Yet The Sea Shall Not Have Them Flight Sgt. Singsby 1954
No Score Yet The Pickwick Papers Mr. Jingle 1954
75% Breaking the Sound Barrier (The Sound Barrier) Tony Garthwaite 1952
No Score Yet Young Wives' Tale Rodney Pennant 1952
No Score Yet Meet Me Tonight (Tonight at 8:30) Toby Cartwright 1952
89% The Browning Version Frank Hunter 1951
No Score Yet Morning Departure Lt. Manson 1951
No Score Yet Encore Tom Ramsey 1951
No Score Yet Trio Kelada [Mr. Knowall] 1950
No Score Yet Spring in Park Lane Mr. Bacon 1949
No Score Yet The Perfect Woman Roger Cavendish 1949
No Score Yet Noose Bar Gorman 1948
No Score Yet Uneasy Terms Lucien Donnelly 1948
No Score Yet Goal! World Cup 1966 (Goal! The World Cup) Actor

TV

Credit
No Score Yet It Takes a Thief
1968-1970
Charles 1969

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