Willoughby Gray

Highest Rated: 100% The Mummy (1959)
Lowest Rated: 0% Solarbabies (1986)
Birthday: Nov 5, 1916
Birthplace: London, England, UK
He achieved popularity in the mid 1950s after making 38 appearances on the television series The Adventures of Robin Hood. He appeared as 'Pete' in Harold Pinter's The Birthday Party on its very first run in 1958, this being just one of countless stage performances he made. Though over-shadowed by his stage career, Gray made a handful of incredibly popular films, notably The Mummy (1959), as a priest in Laurence Olivier's film Richard III, the James Bond film A View to a Kill (1985) as an insane former Nazi professor, and as the elderly and kind king in The Princess Bride (1987). In Sergei Bondarchuk's film Waterloo (1970), he is credited as both an actor (playing Captain Ramsey) and a military consultant. In the late 1980s, he appeared in the BBC drama Howards' Way as banker Sir John Stevens. Gray died at the age of 76 in 1993. His wife, Felicity Gray, was a choreographer and speaker on ballet, who notably taught Gene Tierney for her role in Never Let Me Go.

Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet Robin Hood: The Movie Actor 1991
97% The Princess Bride The King 1987
0% Solarbabies Canis 1986
37% A View to a Kill Dr. Carl Mortner 1985
85% The Hit Judge 1984
No Score Yet Absolution Brig. Gen. Walsh 1979
44% Young Winston Bit/Deleted from Print 1972
33% Waterloo Capt. Ramsay 1970
100% The Mummy Dr. Reilly 1959
82% Richard III Priest 1956
No Score Yet Stranger from Venus Tom 1954
No Score Yet Guilt Is My Shadow Detective 1950


No Score Yet The Avengers (1961)


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