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British classical stage and TV actor Tim Pigott-Smith is a familiar face both in America and in his native England. A drama major, he graduated from the University of Bristol (where he later frequently lectured) in 1967 and made his professional debut two years later with the Bristol Old Vic. Predominantly a stage player in both regional and repertory, he made his Broadway debut in "Sherlock Holmes" as Dr. Watson in 1974.
May 13, 1946, Rugby - England - UK
April 7, 2017
1981 Clash of the TitansThallo 2002 Gangs of New YorkCalvinist Minister 2002 The Four FeathersGeneral Feversham 2003 Johnny EnglishPegasus, Head of MI7 2004 AlexanderOmen Reader 2006 V for VendettaCreedy 2006 FlyboysMr. Lowry 2008 Quantum of SolaceForeign Secretary 2010 Alice in WonderlandLord Ascot 2011 My Piece of the PieMr. Brown 2013 RED 2Director Philips 2015 Jupiter AscendingMalidictes 2017 6 DaysHome Secretary William Whitelaw 2017 Victoria and AbdulSir Henry Ponsonby 2017 The Little Vampire 3DFrederick Sackville-Bagg (voice)Limited to the 15 most popular items