Kenneth More

Actor, Fur trapper
An affable British leading man of stage and screen, More made his film debut in 1935 and established himself as a popular star in the 1950s in both light comedies ("Doctor in the House" 1954) and jingoistic wartime ... Read more »
Born: 09/20/1914 in Gerrard's Cross, England, GB

Filmography

Actor (25)

Father Brown 1982 - 1983 (TV Show)

Actor

A Tale of Two Cities 1980 - 1981 (TV Show)

Actor

The Unidentified Flying Oddball 1979 (Movie)

King Arthur (Actor)

Journey to the Center of the Earth 1977 (Movie)

Professor Lindenbrook (Actor)

Viaje al centro de la tierra 1976 (Movie)

Professor Lindenbrock (Actor)

The Slipper and the Rose 1975 (Movie)

Chamberlain (Actor)

Scrooge 1970 (Movie)

Ghost of Christmas Present (Actor)

Battle of Britain 1969 (Movie)

Group Captain Baker (Actor)

Fraulein Doktor 1969 (Movie)

Colonel Foreman (Actor)

Oh! What A Lovely War 1969 (Movie)

Kaiser Wilhelm II (Actor)

We Joined the Navy 1962 (Movie)

Lieutenant Commander Badger-- (Actor)

Man in the Moon 1960 (Movie)

William (Actor)

Sink the Bismarck! 1960 (Movie)

Captain Jonathan Shepard (Actor)

North West Frontier 1959 (Movie)

Captain Scott (Actor)

A Night to Remember 1958 (Movie)

Charles H Lightoller (Actor)

The 39 Steps 1958 (Movie)

Richard Hannay (Actor)

The Sheriff of Fractured Jaw 1958 (Movie)

Jonathan Tibbs (Actor)

The Admirable Crichton 1956 (Movie)

Crichton (Actor)

Doctor in the House 1955 (Movie)

Grimsdyke (Actor)

Raising a Riot 1955 (Movie)

Anthony Kent (Actor)

Reach For the Sky 1955 (Movie)

Douglas Bader (Actor)

The Deep Blue Sea 1955 (Movie)

Freddie Page (Actor)

Genevieve 1953 (Movie)

Ambrose Claverhouse (Actor)

Chance of a Lifetime 1949 (Movie)

Adam Watson (Actor)

The Forsyte Saga (TV Show)

Actor

Biography

An affable British leading man of stage and screen, More made his film debut in 1935 and established himself as a popular star in the 1950s in both light comedies ("Doctor in the House" 1954) and jingoistic wartime melodramas ("Reach for the Sky" 1956). His best performance of the period was the recreation of his stage role in "The Deep Blue Sea" (1955). In the late 1960s, he earned praise for his work as Old Jolyon in the BBC miniseries "The Forsyte Saga" (shown on PBS in the USA).

Relationships

Angela Douglas

Wife
divorced

Beryl Johnstone

Wife
divorced

EDUCATION

Victoria College

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