Patrick Wymark

Highest Rated: 100% Repulsion (1965)
Lowest Rated: 33% Cromwell (1970)
Birthday: Jul 11, 1920
Birthplace: Not Available
On-stage from 1951, British actor Patrick Wymark is most fondly remembered for his frequent voice-over "appearances" as Prime Minister Winston Churchill. Wymark impersonated Churchill off-camera in the documentary features The Finest Hours (1964) and A King's Story, and appeared as "Winnie" in the flesh in Operation Crossbow (1965). His other film roles were equally authoritative: He was seen as Oliver Cromwell in The Conqueror Worm (1967), while in Cromwell (1969) he showed up as the Earl of Stafford. Disciples of Roman Polanski will immediately recognize Patrick Wymark as Catherine Deneuve's landlord in Polanski's Repulsion (1965).

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

CREDIT
88% The Conqueror Worm (Witchfinder General) Oliver Cromwell 2000
33% Cromwell Earl of Strafford 1970
60% Blood on Satan's Claw The Judge 1970
63% Battle of Britain Air Vice Marshal Trafford Leigh-Mallory 1969
90% Where Eagles Dare Col. Wyatt Turner, DSO MC 1969
No Score Yet Journey to the Far Side of the Sun Jason Webb 1969
No Score Yet Tell Me Lies Actor 1968
No Score Yet Woman Times Seven Henri Minou 1967
No Score Yet King's Story, A - The Love Story of the Century Actor 1967
No Score Yet Other World of Winston Churchill Winston Churchill 1967
No Score Yet Psychopath Inspector Holloway 1966
100% Repulsion Landlord 1965
No Score Yet The Skull Marco 1965
67% Operation Crossbow Prime Minister Winston Churchill 1965
No Score Yet Prisoners of War Capt. Jocomo 1965
No Score Yet The Finest Hours Churchill 1964
No Score Yet Dr. Syn, Alias the Scarecrow Joseph Ransley 1964
No Score Yet Dr. Syn, Alias the Scarecrow Actor 1964
No Score Yet The Finest Hours Churchill 1964
No Score Yet Churchill: The Finest Hours Actor 1964
75% Children of the Damned Actor 1963
No Score Yet Concrete Jungle (The Criminal) Sol 1961
86% The League of Gentlemen Wylie 1959

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