Terence Morgan

Lowest Rated: 91% Hamlet (1948)
Birthday: Dec 8, 1921
Birthplace: Not Available
A graduate of the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, Terence Morgan was groomed for romantic leads the moment he left the stage for films. In Olivier's Hamlet (1948), Morgan played Laertes, and was possibly the first actor cast in this part to get fan mail from bobby-soxers. Somehow audiences detected a glimmer of rogueishness beneath his handsome exterior, thus most of Morgan's film characters were charming deceivers. Typical titles in the Terence Morgan ouevre were They Can't Hang Me (1955), The Scamp (1956), and Shakedown (1958). In 1961, Terence Morgan was cast (quite convincingly) as Sir Francis Drake in a BBC television series of the same name, assuring the actor an American following when Sir Francis Drake was networkcast as a summer replacement for Car 54, Where are You? in 1962.

Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet The Penthouse Actor 1967
No Score Yet The Curse of the Mummy's Tomb Beauchamp 1964
No Score Yet Tread Softly Stranger Dave Mansell 1959
No Score Yet Svengali Billy Bagot 1955
No Score Yet Turn the Key Softly David 1954
No Score Yet Love of Three Queens Actor 1954
No Score Yet Always a Bride Terence Winch 1953
No Score Yet Nightwatching (Nocna straz) Actor 1953
No Score Yet Mandy (Crash of Silence)(The Story of Mandy) Harry 1952
100% Captain Horatio Hornblower Lt. Gerard 1951
No Score Yet Encore Syd Cotman [Gigolo And Gigolette] 1951
91% Hamlet Laertes 1948


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