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|Born||Keith Malcolm Rule Pyott
9 March 1902
Blackheath, London, England, UK
|Died||6 April 1968
Enfield, Middlesex, England, UK
He transferred from stage to screen and was a regular face in drama in the early days of television, appearing in The Prisoner, Out of the Unknown, The Avengers and the Doctor Who story The Aztecs.
- Call of the Blood (1948) - Dr. Sabatier
- The Spider and the Fly (1949) - Father Pletsier
- Distant Trumpet (1952) - Sir Rudolph Gettins
- Time Bomb (1953) - Train District Supt. (uncredited)
- Sea Devils (1953) - General Latour
- The House of the Arrow (1953) - Gaston, the butler
- A Day to Remember (1953) - Frenchman with Watches (uncredited)
- John Wesley (1954) - Rev. Samuel Weslwy
- Twist of Fate (1954) - Georges
- The Colditz Story (1955) - French Colonel
- Miracle in Soho (1957) - House Surgeon (uncredited)
- I Accuse! (1958) - Judge - 2nd Dreyfus trial
- The Salvage Gang (1958) - Man in Telephone Box
- Operation Amsterdam (1959) - Diamond Merchant
- Bluebeard's Ten Honeymoons (1960) - Estate Agent
- Village of the Damned (1960) - Dr. Carlisle
- A Weekend with Lulu (1961) - Count's Butler
- The Pirates of Blood River (1962) - Silas (uncredited)
- The Phantom of the Opera (1962) - Weaver
- Five Have a Mystery to Solve (1964) - Sir Hugo Blaize
- Masquerade (1965) - Gustave
- Chimes at Midnight (1965)
- The Devil Rides Out (1968) - Max (uncredited)
- "Keith Pyott".
- "Keith Pyott - Theatricalia".
- "The Warriors of Death, The Aztecs, Season 1, Doctor Who - BBC One".
- "Keith Pyott - Movies and Filmography - AllMovie".
- "Chimes at Midnight (1966) - Orson Welles - Cast and Crew - AllMovie".
- McFarlane, Brian (16 May 2016). "The Encyclopedia of British Film: Fourth edition". Oxford University Press – via Google Books.
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