Laurence Olivier

Biography

Laurence Kerr Olivier, Baron Olivier, OM (22 May 1907 – 11 July 1989) was an English actor, director, and producer. He was one of the most famous and revered actors of the 20th century. He married three times, to fellow actors Jill Esmond, Vivien Leigh, and Joan Plowright.

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60 titles Acting Directing Writing

6.1

Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow

2004 · Dr. Totenkopf

6.7

War Requiem

1989 · The Old Soldier

4.8

Wild Geese II

1985 · Rudolf Hess

5.3

The Jigsaw Man

1984 · Adm. Sir Gerald Scaith

7.8

A Voyage Round My Father

1984 · Clifford Mortimer

6.6

The Ebony Tower

1984 ·

6.7

A Talent for Murder

1984 · Dr. Anthony Wainwright

7.1

The Bounty

1984 · Admiral Hood

7.7

King Lear

1983 · King Lear

2.8

Inchon

1982 · Gen. Douglas MacArthur

6.9

Clash of the Titans

1981 · Zeus

5.8

The Jazz Singer

1980 · Cantor Rabinovitch

6.5

Dracula

1979 · Prof. Abraham Van Helsing

7.5

A Little Romance

1979 · Julius

6.9

Daphne Laureola

1978 · Sir Joseph

5.1

The Betsy

1978 · Loren Hardeman

7.0

The Boys from Brazil

1978 · Ezra Lieberman

7.4

A Bridge Too Far

1977 · Dr. Jan Spaander

6.8

The Seven-Per-Cent Solution

1976 · Professor James Moriarty

7.3

Cat on a Hot Tin Roof

1976 · Big Daddy

7.5

Marathon Man

1976 · Christian Szell

7.7

The Collection

1976 · Harry

8.0

Love Among the Ruins

1975 · Sir Arthur Glanville-Jones

8.2

Long Day's Journey Into Night

1973 · James Tyrone Sr.

7.5

The Merchant of Venice

1973 · Shylock

8.0

Sleuth

1972 · Andrew Wyke

5.5

Lady Caroline Lamb

1972 · Duke of Wellington

7.3

Nicholas and Alexandra

1971 · Count Witte

6.6

Three Sisters

1970 · Dr. Ivan Chebutikin

7.0

Battle of Britain

1969 · Air Chief Marshal Sir Hugh Dowding

7.2

Oh! What a Lovely War

1969 · Field Marshal Sir John French

5.9

David Copperfield

1969 · Mr. Creakle

7.2

The Shoes of the Fisherman

1968 · Piotr Ilyich Kamenev

6.9

Khartoum

1966 · Mahdi

7.3

Bunny Lake Is Missing

1965 · Supt. Newhouse

7.3

Othello

1965 · Othello

7.1

Term of Trial

1962 · Graham Weir

7.4

The Power and the Glory

1961 · Priest

7.9

Spartacus

1960 · Marcus Licinius Crassus

7.1

The Entertainer

1960 · Archie Rice

7.3

The Devil's Disciple

1959 · Gen. Burgoyne

6.7

The Prince and the Showgirl

1957 · The Regent

7.5

Richard III

1955 · Richard III

6.2

The Beggar's Opera

1953 · MacHeath

7.4

Carrie

1952 · George Hurstwood

7.1

The Magic Box

1951 · Police Constable 94-B

7.8

Hamlet

1948 · Hamlet - Prince of Denmark / Voice of Ghost

7.3

This Happy Breed

1944 · Narrator

7.3

Henry V The Chronicle History of King Henry the Fifth with His Battell Fought at Agincourt in France

1944 · King Henry

6.3

The Demi-Paradise

1943 ·

7.3

That Hamilton Woman

1941 · Lord Horatio Nelson

7.4

49th Parallel

1941 · Johnnie - the Trapper

8.1

Rebecca

1940 · 'Maxim' de Winter

6.2

21 Days

1940 · Larry Durrant

7.4

Pride and Prejudice

1940 · Mr. Darcy

7.7

Wuthering Heights

1939 · Heathcliff

6.6

Q Planes

1939 · Tony McVane

6.8

The Divorce of Lady X

1938 · Everard Logan

6.6

Fire Over England

1937 · Michael Ingolby

6.0

As You Like It

1936 · Orlando

6.0

Moscow Nights

1935 · Captain Ivan Ignatoff

7.0

Perfect Understanding

1933 · Nicholas Randall

5.6

Westward Passage

1932 · Nicholas 'Nick' Allen

5.5

Friends and Lovers

1931 · Lieutenant Ned Nichols

6.5

The Yellow Ticket

1931 · Julian Rolfe

7.0

Potiphar's Wife

1931 · Straker

7.1

The Temporary Widow

1930 · Peter Bille

5 titles Acting Directing Writing

6.6

Three Sisters

1970 · Director

6.7

The Prince and the Showgirl

1957 · Director

7.5

Richard III

1955 · Director

7.8

Hamlet

1948 · Director

7.3

Henry V The Chronicle History of King Henry the Fifth with His Battell Fought at Agincourt in France

1944 · Director

2 titles Acting Directing Writing

7.8

Hamlet

1948 · Screenplay

7.3

Henry V The Chronicle History of King Henry the Fifth with His Battell Fought at Agincourt in France

1944 · Writer