Brian Worth (actor)

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Brian Worth
Actor Brian Worth.jpg
relaxing during filming Windfall (1955) at Nettlefold Studios
Born (1914-07-30)30 July 1914
London, England, UK
Died 25 August 1978(1978-08-25) (aged 64)
Occupation Actor
Years active 1938–1961

Brian Worth (30 July 1914 – 25 August 1978) was an English actor, known for Scrooge (1951), The Man in the White Suit (1951) and An Inspector Calls (1954).[1] He died on 25 August 1978 aged 64.

Educated in Britain and America, he learnt the technical side of commercial advertising films before deciding to turn to acting. During the Second World War he served in the armed forces (1941-1946) and between 1946-1947 he acted on stage.

Selected filmography[edit]

Film
Year Title Role Notes
1939 Ask a Policeman Radio Engineer Uncredited
1939 The Arsenal Stadium Mystery Philip Morring - Trojan Team Member
1939 The Lion Has Wings Bobby
1940 Pastor Hall Werner von Grotjahn
1940 It Happened to One Man Jack Quair
1948 One Night with You Third Writer
1949 Cardboard Cavalier Tom Pride
1950 Last Holiday Derek Rockingham
1951 The Man in the White Suit King
1951 Scrooge Fred
1951 Tom Brown's Schooldays Judd
1952 Song of Paris Jim Barrett
1952 Treasure Hunt Philip
1952 Father's Doing Fine Wilfred
1952 It Started in Paradise Michael
1952 Hindle Wakes Alan Jeffcote
1953 Operation Diplomat Geoffrey Terry
1954 An Inspector Calls Gerald Croft
1954 Thought to Kill Camden
1955 Barbados Quest Geoffrey Blake
1955 Windfall Michael Collins
1955 Breakaway Johnny Matlock
1956 Assignment Redhead Captain Ridgeway
1956 The Battle of the River Plate Radio Operator, Doric Star, Prisoner on Graf Spee Uncredited
1957 Ill Met by Moonlight Stratis Saviolkis
1958 The Square Peg Henri Le Blanc
1959 Room at the Top Man in Sports Car Uncredited
1960 Moment of Danger Airport Guard
1960 Sink the Bismarck! Torpedo Control Officer on First Destroyer Uncredited
1960 Peeping Tom Assistant Director Uncredited
1960 Dead Lucky Lucky Lewis
1961 The Terror of the Tongs Commissioner Harcourt
1965 Rotten to the Core C.O. Longhampton Camp Uncredited
1969 On Her Majesty's Secret Service Manuel Uncredited
1972 The Boy Who Turned Yellow Mr. Saunders

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