Roger Livesey

Lowest Rated: 80% The Entertainer (1960)
Birthday: Jun 25, 1906
Birthplace: Not Available
Roger Livesey couldn't have escaped the world of acting even if he'd wanted to. Livesey was the son of stage actor Sam Livesey, the brother of performers Jack and Barry Livesey, and the husband of actress Ursula Jeans. He himself was on stage from age 11 and in films from 16. Livesey's hearty, jolly-good-fellow personality was best exploited by the producer/director team of Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger, who cast the actor in the title role of The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp (1943) and as the very self-sacrificing physician in A Matter of Life and Death. In films until 1970, Roger Livesey also did plenty of television work, including countless narration and voiceover assignments.

Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet Futtocks End Actor 2006
No Score Yet Hamlet Lucianus/Gravedigger 1969
No Score Yet Amorous Adventures of Moll Flanders Drunken Parson 1965
No Score Yet Of Human Bondage Thorpe Athelny 1964
No Score Yet No My Darling Daughter Gen. Henry Barclay 1961
80% The Entertainer Billy 1960
86% The League of Gentlemen Mycroft 1959
No Score Yet Es geschah am hellichten Tag (It Happened in Broad Daylight) Dr. Manz 1958
No Score Yet Finger of Guilt Ben Case 1956
No Score Yet The Master of Ballantrae Col. Francis Burke 1953
No Score Yet Green Grow the Rushes Capt. Cedric Biddle 1951
100% I Know Where I'm Going! Torquil MacNeil 1947
97% Stairway to Heaven (A Matter of Life and Death) Dr. Frank Reeves 1947
No Score Yet Vice Versa Paul Bultitude 1947
96% The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp Clive Candy 1943
No Score Yet The Girl in the News Bill Mather 1940
No Score Yet The Drum (Drums) Capt. Carruthers 1938
No Score Yet O-Kay for Sound Actor 1937
80% Rembrandt Beggar Saul 1936
No Score Yet Men of the Sea Capt. Wilson 1935
No Score Yet Midshipman Easy Actor 1935
No Score Yet Lorna Doone Tom Faggus 1934
No Score Yet Cuckoo in the Nest Alfred 1933