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Henry Daniell

Born Mars 5, 1894 in London, England, UK
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Henry Daniell (5 March 1894 – 31 October 1963) was an English actor, best known for his villainous movie roles, but who had a long and prestigious career on stage as well as in films.
Daniell was given few opportunities to play a 'good guy', one of the few being the biopic Song of Love (1947) where he played the supporting part of Franz Liszt.

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as "Ambassador (uncredited)"
as "Court-martial Judge (uncredited)"
as "Dr. Jonas"
as "Stranger"
as "Stipe"
as "Sheik Ageiba"
as "Gireaux"
as "Dr. Zucco"
as "Dr. Emil Zurich"
as "Morgana"
as "Mayhew"
as "Pierre Cauchon - Bishop of Beauvais"
Les Girls (1957)
as "Judge"
as "Doctor"
as "Mr. Earnshaw"
as "Theodorus van Gogh"
as "Bill Ogden"
Diane (1956)
as "Gondi"
as "Ramadi"
as "Mekere"
as "Capt. Duval"
as "Maj. Edward Chevenish"
as "Blades"
as "Jacques Desaix"
The Exile (1947)
as "Le colonel Ingram"
as "Franz Liszt"
as "The Regent - William of Pembroke"
as "King William III"
as "Professor James Moriarty"
as "Dr. Wolfe 'Toddy' MacFarlane"
as "Baron Von Stetten"
as "Gilbert Simmons"
Jane Eyre (1943)
as "Henry Brocklehurst"
as "Phili Von Ramme"
as "Minister von Ribbentrop"
as "William Easter"
as "Emile Fleuron"
as "Frederick Seamon"
Nightmare (1942)
as "Edgar Stafford"
as "Sir Anthony Lloyd"
as "Watson King"
as "Bobo"
as "Shelley Mason"
as "Julian Davis"
as "Public Prosecutor"
as "Sidney Kidd"
as "Garbitsch"
as "Lord Wolfingham"
as "Broussais"
as "Sir Ronald Dawson"
as "Sir Robert Cecil"
as "La Motte"
Holiday (1938)
as "Seton Cram"
as "General Savary"
Madame X (1937)
as "Lerocle"
as "John Wales"
as "Professor Marvin Griswald"
Camille (1936)
as "Baron de Varville"
as "Hugh Lewis"
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