Michael Sinelnikoff

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Michael Sinelnikoff
Born (1928-08-01) 1 August 1928 (age 90)
England, United Kingdom
Occupation Actor
Years active 1985 - Present

Michael Sinelnikoff (born 1 August 1928) is a British actor. He is known for his role as Professor Arthur Summerlee on the television series Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's The Lost World,[1] and has been seen in a variety of film roles such as 300[1] and The Greatest Game Ever Played.[1]



Year Title Role Notes
1985 The Blue Man William Duval
1988 Criminal Law Prof. Clemens
1989 Mindfield Judge
1990 Cursed Dr. R. Roberts
1991 L'empire des lumières Short film
1991 If Looks Could Kill Haywood
1991 The Quarrel Hospital Patient
1994 My Friend Max Professeur du Conservatoire
1994 Operation Golden Phoenix Curator
1995 Voices Sir Charles Devlin
1998 The Lost World Professor Leo Summerlee
1999 Time at the Top Mr. Reynolds
1999 Promise Her Anything Jeremiah Putter
2003 Chasing Holden Dean Dewitt
2005 The Greatest Game Ever Played Lord Bullock
2006 300 Elder Councilman
2007 Driver's Test Furious Man Short film
2009 The Velveteen Rabbit Butler / Henry


Year Title Role Notes
1986 Spearfield's Daughter Dr. Hynd TV miniseries
1986 Choices Jonathan TV film
1986 Barnum Lord in Waiting TV film
1986 C.A.T. Squad Sir Cyril Sharpe TV film
1987 Midnight Magic Dr. Rodes TV film
1988 Shades of Love: Tangerine Taxi Bookish Man TV film
1989 Day One Lord Rutherford TV film
1991 The Final Heist Mark Thomas TV film
1994 TekLords Judge TV film
1998 Out of Mind: The Stories of H. P. Lovecraft Henry Armitage TV film
1999–00 The Lost World Professor Arthur Summerlee Main role
2001 The Lost World Professor Arthur Summerlee "A Man of Vision"
2002 Silent Night Old Fritz Vincken TV film
2004 11 Somerset Prof. Ramsey "Blood Red Sky"
2004–06 Naked Josh Prof. Boronofsky Recurring role
2006 Bethune Dr. Martin TV miniseries
2009 Ring of Deceit Landlord TV film
2009 The Foundation Randolph James Selkirk Recurring role
2015 The Art of More Avery Swift "Whodunnit"


  1. ^ a b c "Michael Sinelnikoff". The New York Times.

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