George Sanders

With his imperious gaze and resonant speaking voice, debonair British expatriate George Sanders was a perfect fit in Hollywood before and after World War II, playing cads, bounders, rogues and even the occasional hero ... Read more »
Born: 07/03/1906 in Russia


Actor (84)

The Outsider 2016 (Movie)

Anton Ragatzy (Actor)

Crack House 1989 (Movie)

Police (Actor)

Endless Night 1971 (Movie)

Lippincott (Actor)

The Kremlin Letter 1970 (Movie)

Warlock (Actor)

The Best House in London 1969 (Movie)

Sir Francis Leybourne (Actor)

The Candy Man 1968 (Movie)

Sidney Carter (Actor)

Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea 1964 - 1968 (TV Show)


Good Times 1967 (Movie)

Mordicus (Actor)

The Jungle Book 1967 (Movie)

of Shere Khan the Tiger (Voice)

The Quiller Memorandum 1966 (Movie)

Gibbs (Actor)

Warning Shot 1966 (Movie)

Calvin York (Actor)

The Amorous Adventures of Moll Flanders 1965 (Movie)

The Banker (Actor)

A Shot in the Dark 1964 (Movie)

Benjamin Ballon (Actor)

Cairo 1963 (Movie)

Major Pickering (Actor)

Dark Purpose 1963 (Movie)

Raymond T Fontaine (Actor)

In Search of the Castaways 1962 (Movie)

Thomas Ayerton (Actor)

The Rebel 1961 (Movie)

Sir Charles Brouard (Actor)

The Last Voyage 1960 (Movie)

Captain Robert Adams (Actor)

Village of the Damned 1960 (Movie)

Gordon Zellaby (Actor)

A Touch of Larceny 1959 (Movie)

Sir Charles Holland (Actor)

Frances Langford Presents 1958 - 1959 (TV Show)


That Kind of Woman 1959 (Movie)

The Man (Actor)

Rock-a-Bye Baby 1958 (Movie)

MC (Actor)

Solomon and Sheba 1958 (Movie)

Adonijah (Actor)

From the Earth to the Moon 1957 (Movie)

Stuyvesant Nicholl (Actor)

Never Say Goodbye 1956 (Movie)

Victor (Actor)

That Certain Feeling 1956 (Movie)

Larry Larkin (Actor)

While The City Sleeps 1956 (Movie)

Mark Loving (Actor)

Jupiter's Darling 1955 (Movie)

Fabius Maximus (Actor)

Moonfleet 1955 (Movie)

Lord Ashwood (Actor)

The King's Thief 1955 (Movie)

Charles II (Actor)

The Scarlet Coat 1955 (Movie)

Dr Jonathan Odell (Actor)

King Richard and the Crusaders 1954 (Movie)

King Richard I (Actor)

Witness to Murder 1954 (Movie)

Albert Richter (Actor)

Call Me Madam 1953 (Movie)

Cosmo Constantine (Actor)

I Can Get It For You Wholesale 1951 (Movie)


All About Eve 1950 (Movie)

Addison DeWitt (Actor)

Lured 1947 (Movie)

Robert Fleming (Actor)

The Ghost and Mrs. Muir 1947 (Movie)

Miles Fairley (Actor)

Hangover Square 1945 (Movie)

Dr. Allan Middleton (Actor)

The Black Swan 1941 (Movie)


Rebecca 1940 (Movie)

Jack Favell (Actor)

Foreign Correspondent 1939 (Movie)


Allegheny Uprising 1938 (Movie)


Nurse Edith Cavell 1938 (Movie)

Capt. Heinrichs (Actor)

Lloyd's of London 1935 (Movie)

Lord Everett Stacy (Actor)

A Date with the Falcon (Movie)

Gay Lawrence (Actor)

Appointment in Berlin (Movie)

Keith Wilson (Actor)

Batman (TV Show)


Confessions of a Nazi Spy (Movie)

Schlager (Actor)

Forever Amber (Movie)

Charles II (Actor)

Four Men and a Prayer (Movie)

Wyatt Leigh (Actor)

Green Hell (Movie)

Forrester (Actor)

Hold That Line (Movie)

2nd Player (Actor)

International Settlement (Movie)

Del Forbes (Actor)

Ivanhoe (Movie)

Sir Brian Bois-de-Guilbert (Actor)

Love Is News (Movie)

Count Andre de Guyon (Actor)

Man Hunt (Movie)

Maj. Quive-Smith (Actor)

Mr. Moto's Last Warning (Movie)

Eric Norvel (Actor)

Quiet Please, Murder (Movie)

Fleg (Actor)

Rage in Heaven (Movie)

Ward Andrews (Actor)

Samson and Delilah (Movie)

The Saran of Gaza (Actor)

Slave Ship (Movie)

Lefty (Actor)

So This Is London (Movie)

Dr. de Reseke (Actor)

Son of Fury (Movie)

Sir Arthur Blake (Actor)

Summer Storm (Movie)

Fedor Michailovitch Petroff (Actor)

Tales of Manhattan (Movie)

Williams (Actor)

The Cardboard Lover (Movie)

Tony Barling (Actor)

The Falcon Takes Over (Movie)

Gay Lawrence (Actor)

The Gay Falcon (Movie)

Gay Lawrence (Actor)

The House of the Seven Gables (Movie)

Jeffrey Pyncheon (Actor)

The Lady Escapes (Movie)

Rene Blanchard (Actor)

The Moon and Sixpence (Movie)

Charles Strickland (Actor)

The Picture of Dorian Gray (Movie)

Lord Henry Wotton (Actor)

The Private Affairs of Bel Ami (Movie)

Georges Duroy/Bel Ami (Actor)

The Saint Strikes Back (Movie)

Simon Templar, the Saint (Actor)

The Saint Takes Over (Movie)

Simon Templar (Actor)

The Saint in London (Movie)

Simon Templar (Actor)

The Saint in Palm Springs (Movie)

Simon Templar (Actor)

The Saint's Double Trouble (Movie)

Simon Templar (Actor)

The Strange Affair of Uncle Harry (Movie)

Harry Quincey (Actor)

The Strange Woman (Movie)

John Evered (Actor)

They Came to Blow up America (Movie)

Carl Steelman (Actor)

This Land Is Mine (Movie)

George Lambert (Actor)
Music (4)

Robots 2005 (Movie)

("I'm a Little Teapot") (Song)

The Adventures of Elmo in Grouchland 1999 (Movie)

("I'm a Little Teapot") (Song)

Shooting Fish 1998 (Movie)

("I'm a Little Teapot") (Song)

Christmas Do-Over (TV Show)

Writer (1)

Stranger Came Home 1954 (Movie)

(Source Material (from novel))
Wardrobe, Hair & Makeup (1)

The 1996 Summer Olympics 1995 - 1996 (TV Show)



With his imperious gaze and resonant speaking voice, debonair British expatriate George Sanders was a perfect fit in Hollywood before and after World War II, playing cads, bounders, rogues and even the occasional hero. A contract with 20th Century Fox gave Sanders a home base in Tinseltown but he often did his best work for other studios, including the villains of Alfred Hitchcock's "Rebecca" (1940) for United Artists, Joe May's "The House of the Seven Gables" (1940) for Universal, and as swank soldier of fortune Simon Templar in "The Saint Strikes Back" (1940) and its sequels at RKO Radio Pictures. After the war, Fox slotted the epicene actor into a string of handsomely-mounted period pieces, including John Braham's "Hangover Square" (1945), Albert Lewin's "The Picture of Dorian Gray" (1945) and Joseph L. Mankiewicz's "The Ghost and Mrs. Muir" (1947). Sanders won an Oscar for playing an acerbic theatrical critic in Mankiewicz's show biz satire "All About Eve" (1950), but a mania for evading income taxes drove him to accept substandard work in Europe - though his collaboration with neorealist pioneer Roberto Rossellini on the undervalued "Viaggio in Italia" (1954) marked what many considered to be his last great film performance. Widowed in 1969 and hobbled by a debilitating stroke that affected his speech, Sanders took his own life in Spain in 1972, drawing closed the curtain on the life of a consummate actor who could never completely camouflage, and was perhaps even a victim of, his own fierce intelligence.


Tom Conway


Zsa Zsa Gabor Actor

Married April 2, 1949 Divorced April 2, 1954

Magda Gabor

Sister of Sanders' ex-wife Zsa Zsa

Benita Hume Actor

Married Feb. 10, 1959 until her death Nov. 1, 1967


Manchester Technical College

Brighton College



Screen debut "Strange Cargo"