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Ray McAnally

Highest Rated:   100% Billy Budd (1962)
Lowest Rated:   13% The Sicilian (1987)
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One of Ireland's most distinguished character actors, Ray McAnally spent the bulk of his career on-stage, but he also appeared occasionally in feature films, particularly in the 1980s. McAnally was 18 when he first appeared on-stage at Dublin's prestigious Abbey Theatre in 1947. He remained with the house troupe through 1963. In London, he worked with the Royal Shakespeare Company and performed with some of Great Britain's finest actors, including John Gielgud. McAnally made his film debut in Professor Tim (1957) and went on to appear in a wide variety of films. In the U.S., he is most famous for appearing on the PBS series A Perfect Spy and A Very British Coup. At the time of his death, McAnally had just completed filming We're No Angels.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT YEAR
No Score Yet A Very British Coup
  • Harry Perkins
2003
47% We're No Angels
  • Warden
1989
97% My Left Foot
  • Mr. Brown
1989
17% High Spirits
  • Plunkett Senior
1988
No Score Yet Jack the Ripper
  • Sir William Gull
1988
80% White Mischief
  • Morris
1988
No Score Yet Empire State
  • Frank
1988
No Score Yet Perfect Spy
  • Rick Pym
1988
No Score Yet Taffin
  • O'Rourke
1987
13% The Sicilian
  • Minister Trezza
1987
71% The Fourth Protocol
  • Gen. Karpov
1987
65% The Mission
  • Altamirano
1986
No Score Yet No Surrender
  • Billy McRacken
1985
91% Cal
  • Dunlop
1984
No Score Yet Angel
  • Bloom
1982
No Score Yet The Death of Adolf Hitler
  • Actor
1973
No Score Yet Fear Is the Key
  • Ruthven
1973
No Score Yet Pollyanna
  • John Pendleton
1973
No Score Yet Quest for Love
  • Jack Kahn
1971
No Score Yet The Looking Glass War
  • Starr
1969
No Score Yet He Who Rides A Tiger
  • Actor
1968
100% Billy Budd
  • O'Daniel
1962
No Score Yet The Naked Edge
  • Donald Heath
1961
60% Shake Hands With the Devil
  • Paddy Nolan
1959
No Score Yet Sea of Sand (Desert Patrol)
  • Sgt. Hardy
1958

Quotes from Ray McAnally's Characters