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Jim Dale

1935-08-15 Rothwell, Northamptonshire, England

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Biografia

​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.

Películas

Jeepers Creepers USA Talk Show Host (voice) 2020-10-12
What's a Carry On? 1998-12-29
The Hunchback Clopin 1997-03-16
The American Clock Ted Quinn 1993-01-02
Lincoln Baltimore Correspondent (voice) 1992-12-26
Carry On Columbus Christopher Columbus 1992-10-02
Unidentified Flying Oddball Sir Mordred 1979-07-10
Hot Lead & Cold Feet Eli / Wild Billy / Jasper Bloodshy 1978-07-05
The Dancing Princesses Soldier 1978-01-01
Pete's Dragon Dr. Terminus 1977-11-03
Joseph Andrews The pedlar 1977-03-09
The National Health Barnet / Dr. Neil Boyd 1973-03-06
Adolf Hitler - My Part in His Downfall Spike Milligan 1973-06-12
Digby, the Biggest Dog in the World Jeff Eldon 1973-12-01
Lock Up Your Daughters Lusty 1969-03-29
Carry On Again Doctor Doctor Jimmy Nookey 1969-12-05
Follow That Camel Bertram Oliphant 'Bo' West 1967-08-10
Carry On Doctor Doctor Jim Kilmore 1967-12-02
The Plank House Painter 1967-05-18
Carry On Screaming Albert Potter 1966-05-20
Don't Lose Your Head Lord Darcy Pue 1966-12-10
The Big Job Harold 1965-01-01
Carry On Cowboy Marshal P. Knutt 1965-11-26
Carry On Cleo Horsa 1964-11-08
Carry On Spying Carstairs 1964-06-01
Carry On Cabby Expectant Father 1963-06-01
The Iron Maiden Bill 1963-06-07
Nurse on Wheels Tim Taylor 1963-01-03
Carry On Jack Young Carrier 1963-11-01
Raising the Wind Phil 1961-09-06
6.5 Special Himself 1958-03-01
Break-In 1956-04-30