Download our app

Jim Dale

Born August 15, 1935 in Rothwell, Northamptonshire, England
​From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.  

Jim Dale, MBE (born James Smith, 15 August 1935) is an English actor, voice artist, singer and songwriter. He is best known in the United Kingdom for his many appearances in the Carry On series of films and in the US for narrating the Harry Potter audiobook series, for which he received two Grammy Awards, and the ABC series Pushing Daisies. In the 1970s Dale was a member of Laurence Olivier's National Theatre Company.

Description above from the Wikipedia article Jim Dale, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.
Actor
as "Clopin"
as "Ted Quinn"
Lincoln (1992)
as "Baltimore Correspondent (voice)"
as "Christopher Columbus"
Scandalous (1984)
as "Inspector Anthony Crisp"
as "Sir Mordred"
as "Eli / Wild Billy / Jasper Bloodshy"
as "Dr. Terminus"
as "The pedlar"
as "Spike Milligan"
as "Barnet / Dr. Neil Boyd"
as "Doctor Jimmy Nookey"
as "Lusty"
as "Doctor Jim Kilmore"
as "Bertram Oliphant 'Bo' West"
The Plank (1967)
as "House Painter"
as "Lord Darcy Pue"
as "Albert Potter"
as "Marshal P. Knutt"
as "Harold"
as "Horsa"
as "Carstairs"
as "Young Carrier"
as "Bill"
as "Expectant Father"
as "Tim Taylor"
as "Phil"
as "Himself"
Is something wrong? Do you want a new feature? Do you have a question?

Feel free to tell us at:
Facebook or Twitter
Scroll to top