Walter Gotell

Walter Gotell

Highest Rated: 98% The African Queen (1951)

Lowest Rated: 38% A View to a Kill (1985)

Birthday: Mar 15, 1924

Birthplace: Bonn, Germany

Although German-born, actor Walter Gotell's most famous role was as a Russian KGB general in the "James Bond" films. His family fled Germany to England when the Nazis came to power, and his early roles were often playing German villains in military films, which he did in the U.K. feature "At Dawn We Die" and in "Secret Mission." He played a World War I officer in the adventure classic "The African Queen" and a Gestapo officer in a 1957 television episode of the show "Overseas Press Club - Exclusive!" He played yet another German military man in the war drama "The Guns of Navarone" in 1961 and had one of his only recurring series roles, on the U.K. sci-fi show "The Andromeda Breakthrough." His first role in a Bond film came in the 1963 entry "From Russia with Love," playing Russian agent Morzeny before returning to playing guest roles on TV and small film parts. He had a role as Chief Constable Cullen on the British crime drama "Softly Softly" and appeared intermittently over several seasons from 1969 until 1975. He could also be seen in the disaster thriller "Black Sunday" in 1977, the same year he made his debut as General Anatol Gogol in "The Spy Who Loved Me." He would reprise his role in five more of the franchise's films, most recently "The Living Daylights" from 1987.

Highest rated movies

The African Queen
From Russia With Love
These Are the Damned
The Living Daylights
For Your Eyes Only
Black Sunday
The Boys From Brazil
Sleepaway Camp 2: Unhappy Campers




No Score Yet 52% Puppet Master III: Toulon's Revenge General Mueller (Character) - 1991
No Score Yet 82% Wings of Fame Receptionist (Character) - 1990
50% 42% Sleepaway Camp 2: Unhappy Campers Uncle John (Character) - 1988
74% 66% The Living Daylights General Anatol Gogol (Character) $51.2M 1987
No Score Yet No Score Yet Lace II General Zedd (Character) - 1985
38% 40% A View to a Kill General Anatol Gogol (Character) - 1985
No Score Yet 20% Basic Training Ambassador Gotell (Character) - 1985
73% 64% For Your Eyes Only General Anatol Gogol (Character) - 1981
45% 28% Cuba Don Jose Pulido (Character) - 1979
No Score Yet 27% The Stud Ben Khaled (Character) - 1978
69% 66% The Boys From Brazil Mundt (Character) - 1978
70% 65% Black Sunday Colonel Riat (Character) - 1977
No Score Yet 47% March or Die Col. Lamont (Character) - 1977
No Score Yet No Score Yet The File of the Golden Goose George Leeds (Character) - 1969
No Score Yet 32% Attack on the Iron Coast Van Horst (Character) - 1968
No Score Yet 38% Sword of Lancelot Sir Cedric (Character) - 1963
95% 84% From Russia With Love Morzeny (Character) - 1963
No Score Yet 40% The Road to Hong Kong Dr. Zorbb (Character) - 1962
86% 52% These Are the Damned Major Holland (Character) - 1962
98% 86% The African Queen Second Officer (Character) - 1951


74% 86% The X-Files Victor Klemper (Guest Star) 1995
82% 98% Tales From the Crypt Unknown (Character) 1992
No Score Yet 93% MacGyver Unknown (Guest Star) 1989
91% 89% Star Trek: The Next Generation Kurt Mandl (Guest Star) 1988
71% No Score Yet Miami Vice Unknown (Guest Star) 1986
No Score Yet No Score Yet Spenser: For Hire Unknown (Character) 1986
No Score Yet 99% Knight Rider Unknown (Guest Star) 1985
No Score Yet 70% The A-Team Unknown (Guest Star) 1985
22% No Score Yet Hotel Unknown (Guest Star) 1984
No Score Yet No Score Yet Fantasy Island Unknown (Guest Star) 1984
No Score Yet No Score Yet Airwolf Unknown (Guest Star) 1984
60% No Score Yet The Fall Guy Unknown (Guest Star) 1984
No Score Yet No Score Yet The Professionals Unknown (Character) 1978
No Score Yet No Score Yet The New Adventures of Charlie Chan Unknown (Guest Star)
No Score Yet No Score Yet The Saint Hans Lasser (Guest Star) 1964
No Score Yet No Score Yet Interpol Calling Fischer (Character) 1959-1960
No Score Yet No Score Yet H.G. Wells' Invisible Man Unknown (Guest Star) 1959
No Score Yet No Score Yet The Count of Monte Cristo Florian (Character) 1956


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