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Nigel Hawthorne

1929-04-05 Hertfordshire, England, UK

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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Sir Nigel Barnard Hawthorne, CBE (5 April 1929 – 26 December 2001) was an English actor, perhaps best remembered for his role as Sir Humphrey Appleby, the Permanent Secretary in the 1980s sitcom Yes Minister and the Cabinet Secretary in its sequel, Yes, Prime Minister. For this role he would win four Bafta Awards during the 1980s in the 'Best Light Entertainment Performance' Category. In the 1990s He would win two more Bafta Awards, one as Best TV Actor for 'The Fragile Heart' and one as Best Film Actor for 'The Madness of King George'. His role in the latter also garnered him his sole Oscar Nomination. Description above from the Wikipedia article Nigel Hawthorne, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia


Yes, Prime Minister: Re-elected Self (Archive Material) 2013-01-15
Once Upon a Halloween Fflewddur Fflam 2005-09-26
Animal Stories Narrator (Orig. U.K.) 2005-08-01
Victoria & Albert Lord William Lamb 2001-08-26
Higher Love Uncle Cullen 2001-05-02
Call Me Claus Nick 2001-12-03
The Big Brass Ring Kim Mennaker 1999-04-20
Atatürk: Founder of Modern Turkey Sir Percy Lorraine, British Ambassador 1999-01-01
A Reasonable Man Judge Wendon 1999-08-13
The Clandestine Marriage Lord Ogleby 1999-11-12
The Winslow Boy Arthur Winslow 1999-03-18
Tarzan Professor Archimedes Q. Porter (voice) 1999-06-18
The Object of My Affection Rodney Fraser 1998-04-17
Madeline Lord Covington 1998-07-10
Forbidden Territory: Stanley's Search for Livingstone David Livingstone 1997-12-07
Amistad Martin Van Buren 1997-12-10
Murder in Mind Dr. Ellis 1997-08-01
Inside Colonel 1996-08-25
Twelfth Night Malvolio 1996-10-25
Richard III The Duke of Clarence 1995-12-29
Russia's War - Blood Upon the Snow Narrator 1995-01-27
Portrait or Bust Himself (uncredited) 1994-04-04
The Madness of King George George III 1994-12-28
Demolition Man Dr. Raymond Cocteau 1993-10-08
Freddie as F.R.O.7. Brigadier G (voice) 1992-08-14
Flea Bites 1992-01-26
The Trials of Oz Brian Leary 1991-11-09
King of the Wind Achmet 1990-05-25
The Spirit of Man Rev. Jonathan Guerdon 1989-08-23
Relatively Speaking Philip Carter 1989-12-24
En håndfull tid Ted Walker 1989-10-12
The Shawl John 1989-03-14
Turtle Diary Publisher 1985-12-06
Jenny's War Colonel 1985-10-25
The Black Cauldron Fflewddur Fflam (voice) 1985-07-24
Pope John Paul II Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski 1984-04-22
The House General Fagg 1984-09-27
The Chain Mr Thorn 1984-01-01
Tartuffe, or The Imposter Orgon 1983-07-28
Dead on Time Doctor 1983-01-01
The World Cup: A Captain's Tale John Westwood 1982-06-13
The Hunchback of Notre Dame Magistrate at Esmeralda's trial 1982-02-02
The Critic Mr. Sneer 1982-08-28
The Plague Dogs Dr. Boycott (voice) 1982-10-21
A Woman Called Golda King Abdullah 1982-04-26
Gandhi Kinnoch 1982-12-01
Firefox Pyotr Baranovich 1982-06-18
History of the World: Part I Citizen Official - The French Revolution 1981-06-12
A Brush with Mr. Porter on the Road to El Dorado Fulton 1981-01-20
Protest Stanek / Vanek 1981-12-01
Memoirs of a Survivor Victorian Father 1981-09-01
A Tale of Two Cities Mr. CJ Stryver 1980-12-02
The Tempest Stephano 1980-02-27
Jessie Mr Edmonds 1980-12-23
The Misanthrope Philinte 1980-01-27
The Knowledge Mr Burgess 1979-01-01
Watership Down Captain Campion (voice) 1978-10-14
The Sailor's Return Mr Fosse 1978-11-15
Edward & Mrs. Simpson Walter Monkton 1978-11-06
Destiny Major Lewis Rolfe 1978-01-31
Sweeney 2 Detective Chief Inspector Dilke 1978-03-30
Buffet Jack 1976-11-02
Spiderweb Erik Lönnrot 1976-01-01
The Hiding Place Pastor De Ruiter 1975-05-04
The Floater Morris Shelman 1975-05-29
Child of Hope Police Captain 1975-04-24
Occupations Libertini 1974-01-01
The Emergency Channel Graham 1973-11-08
Alma Mater Major 1971-01-07
Carve Her Name with Pride Park Soldier (uncredited) 1958-02-18