Stephen Murray

Highest Rated: 94% Pygmalion (1938)
Lowest Rated: 93% The Nun's Story (1959)
Birthday: Sep 6, 1912
Birthplace: Partney, Lincolnshire, England, UK
A British stage actor from 1933, Stephen Murray was seldom seen to best advantage in his film appearances. Making his movie debut in 1938 as a constable in Pygmalion, he went on to play more substantial roles like Gladstone in 1941's The Prime Minister and Dr. Manette in the 1958 version of A Tale of Two Cities. Otherwise, he was often wasted in such one-scene assignments as Lewis Carroll in the bizarre English-French production Alice in Wonderland (1951). Stephen Murray closed out his screen career in the 1960s, some two decades before his death.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

CREDIT
93% The Nun's Story Chaplain 1959
No Score Yet A Tale of Two Cities Dr. Manette 1958
No Score Yet Guilty? Summers 1956
No Score Yet The End of the Affair Father Crompton 1954
No Score Yet Four Sided Triangle Bill 1953
No Score Yet Affair in Monte Carlo Father Benoit 1952
No Score Yet The Magnet Dr. Brent 1950
No Score Yet Alice in Wonderland Lewis Carroll 1949
No Score Yet London Belongs To Me Actor 1948
No Score Yet Dulcimer Street Uncle Henry 1948
No Score Yet Our Country Actor 1944
No Score Yet Undercover Dr Steven Petrovitch 1943
No Score Yet Next of Kin Mr. Barrett 1942
No Score Yet The Prime Minister William E. Gladstone 1941
94% Pygmalion Police Constable 1938

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