Cedric Hardwicke

Actor, Director
Distinguished stage actor who went to Hollywood in 1939 and became an outstanding character player of both victims and villains.
Born: 02/19/1883 in Worcestershire, England, GB


Actor (60)

The Pumpkin Eater 1964 (Movie)

Mr James (Actor)

Five Weeks in a Balloon 1962 (Movie)

Fergusson (Actor)

Mrs. G. Goes To College 1961 - 1962 (TV Show)


DuPont Show of the Month 1957 - 1961 (TV Show)


The Prince and the Pauper 1957 - 1958 (TV Show)


Baby Face Nelson 1957 (Movie)

Doc Saunders (Actor)

Four Star Playhouse 1952 - 1957 (TV Show)


The Story of Mankind 1957 (Movie)

High Judge (Actor)

Around the World in 80 Days 1956 (Movie)

Sir Francis Gromarty (Actor)

Caesar and Cleopatra 1955 - 1956 (TV Show)


Helen of Troy 1956 (Movie)

Priam (Actor)

The Adventures of Dr. Fu Manchu 1955 - 1956 (TV Show)


The Power and the Prize 1956 (Movie)

Mr Carew (Actor)

The Ten Commandments 1956 (Movie)

Sethi (Actor)

The Vagabond King 1956 (Movie)

Tristan (Actor)

Diane 1955 (Movie)

Ruggieri (Actor)

Richard III 1955 (Movie)

King Edward IV (Actor)

Botany Bay 1953 (Movie)

Governor Phillips (Actor)

Rope 1948 (Movie)


Lured 1947 (Movie)

Julian Wilde (Actor)

The Imperfect Lady 1947 (Movie)


Tycoon 1947 (Movie)

Alexander (Actor)

Beware of Pity 1945 (Movie)

Dr Albert Condor (Actor)

Forever and a Day 1943 (Movie)

Mr. Dabb, the Plumber (Actor)

Suspicion 1940 (Movie)

General McLaidlaw (Actor)

The Howards of Virginia 1939 (Movie)


The Hunchback of Notre Dame 1938 (Movie)

Frollo (Actor)

Things to Come 1935 (Movie)


Becky Sharp 1934 (Movie)

Lord Steyne (Actor)

Les Miserables 1934 (Movie)

Bishop Bienvenu (Actor)

Rome Express 1931 (Movie)


A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court (Movie)

King Arthur (Actor)

A Wing and a Prayer (Movie)

Admiral (Actor)

Green Light (Movie)

Dean Harcourt (Actor)

I Remember Mama (Movie)

Mr. Hyde (Actor)

Invisible Agent (Movie)

Conrad Stauffer (Actor)

Ivy (Movie)

Inspector Orpington (Actor)

King Solomon's Mines (Movie)

Allan Quatermain (Actor)

Mr. Imperium (Movie)

Bernard (Actor)

Nell Gwyn (Movie)

Charles II (Actor)

On Borrowed Time (Movie)

Mr. Brink (Actor)

Sentimental Journey (Movie)

Dr. Miller (Actor)

Shipmates (Movie)

Host (Actor)

Song of My Heart (Movie)

Grand Duke (Actor)

Stanley and Livingstone (Movie)

Dr. David Livingstone (Actor)

The Commandos Strike at Dawn (Movie)

Adm. Bowen (Actor)

The Cross of Lorraine (Movie)

Father Sebastian (Actor)

The Desert Fox (Movie)

Dr. Karl Strolin (Actor)

The Ghost of Frankenstein (Movie)

Frankenstein (Actor)

The Green Glove (Movie)

Fr. Goron (Actor)

The Invisible Man Returns (Movie)

Richard Cobb (Actor)

The Keys of the Kingdom (Movie)

Monsignor Sleeth (Actor)

The Lady Is Willing (Movie)

Gustav Dupont (Actor)

The Moon Is Down (Movie)

Col. Lanser (Actor)

The Picture of Dorian Gray (Movie)

Narrator (Actor)

The Picture of Dorian Gray (Movie)

Narrator (Voice)

The White Tower (Movie)

Nicholas Radcliffe (Actor)

The Winslow Boy (Movie)

Arthur Winslow (Actor)

Valley of the Sun (Movie)

Warrick (Actor)

Wilson (Movie)

Sen. Henry Cabot Lodge (Actor)
Director (1)

Forever and a Day 1943 (Movie)

Producer (1)

Forever and a Day 1943 (Movie)



Distinguished stage actor who went to Hollywood in 1939 and became an outstanding character player of both victims and villains.


Edward Hardwicke

born 1939 mother Helena Pickard

Michael Hardwicke

born c. 1947 committed suicide in November 1983 at age of 36 mother Mary Scott

Helena Pickard

Married in 1928 Divorced in 1950

Helena Pickard

married 1928 divorced 1948 born c. 1900 died 1959 mother of Hardwicke's son Edward

Mary Scott

married 1950 divorced 1961


Royal Academy of Dramatic Art

London, England