Dirk Bogarde

Biography

Sir Dirk Bogarde (28 March 1921 – 8 May 1999) was an English actor and novelist. Initially a matinee idol in such films as Doctor in the House (1954) and other Rank Organisation pictures, Bogarde later acted in art-house films like Death in Venice (1971). He also wrote several volumes of autobiograp...

61 titles Acting Writing

7.0

Daddy Nostalgia Daddy Nostalgie

1990 · Daddy

7.3

May We Borrow Your Husband?

1986 · William Harris

7.4

The Patricia Neal Story

1981 · Roald Dahl

7.3

Despair

1978 · Hermann Hermann

7.4

A Bridge Too Far

1977 · Lt. Gen. Frederick Browning

7.9

Providence

1977 · Claude Langham

5.8

Permission to Kill

1975 · Alan Curtis

6.8

The Night Porter Il portiere di notte

1974 · Maximilian Theo Aldorfer

6.4

The Serpent Le Serpent

1973 · Philip Boyle

7.5

Death in Venice Morte a Venezia

1971 · Gustav von Aschenbach

7.6

The Damned La caduta degli dei

1969 · Frederick Bruckmann

7.2

Oh! What a Lovely War

1969 · Stephen

5.7

Justine

1969 · Pursewarden

6.9

The Fixer

1968 · Bibikov

6.4

Sebastian

1968 · Sebastian

7.5

Our Mother's House

1967 · Charlie Hook

7.1

Accident

1967 · Stephen

5.2

Modesty Blaise

1966 · Gabriel

7.4

Blithe Spirit

1966 · Charles Condomine

7.2

Darling

1965 · Robert Gold

7.6

King and Country

1964 · Capt. Hargreaves

5.9

The High Bright Sun

1964 · Major McGuire

6.1

Hot Enough for June

1964 · Nicholas Whistler

7.0

I Could Go on Singing

1963 · David Donne

5.6

Doctor in Distress

1963 · Dr Simon Sparrow

6.6

The Mind Benders

1963 · Dr. Henry Laidlaw Longman

7.9

The Servant

1963 · Hugo Barrett

7.1

H.M.S. Defiant

1962 · Lieut. Scott-Padget

6.8

The Password Is Courage

1962 · Sergant-Major Charles Coward

7.8

Victim

1961 · Melville Farr

6.3

The Singer Not the Song

1961 · Anacleto Comachi

5.7

The Angel Wore Red

1960 · Arturo Carrera

6.0

Song Without End

1960 · Franz Liszt

7.2

Libel

1959 · Sir Mark Sebastian Loddon / Frank Welney

6.2

The Wind Cannot Read

1958 · Flight Lieutenant Michael Quinn

7.2

A Tale of Two Cities

1958 · Sydney Carton

6.0

The Doctor's Dilemma

1958 · Louis Dubedat

6.1

Doctor at Large

1957 · Dr Simon Sparrow

6.7

Ill Met by Moonlight

1957 · Maj. Patrick Leigh Fermor

6.3

Campbell's Kingdom

1957 · Bruce Campbell

6.9

The Spanish Gardener

1956 · Jose

6.3

Simba

1955 · Alan Howard

5.8

Doctor at Sea

1955 · Dr. Simon Sparrow

7.1

Cast a Dark Shadow

1955 · Edward "Teddy" Bare

6.5

The Sea Shall Not Have Them

1954 · Flt Sgt Mackay

5.9

For Better, for Worse

1954 · Tony Howard

6.7

Doctor in the House

1954 · Simon Sparrow

5.7

They Who Dare

1954 · Lieut. Graham

6.5

The Sleeping Tiger

1954 · Frank Clemmons

6.5

Appointment in London

1953 · Wing-Commander Tim Mason

6.8

Desperate Moment

1953 · Simon Van Halder

6.0

Penny Princess

1952 · Tony Craig

6.3

The Gentle Gunman

1952 · Matt Sullivan

7.5

Hunted

1952 · Chris Lloyd

7.6

Blackmailed

1951 · Stephen Mundy

6.9

The Woman in Question

1950 · R.W. (Bob) Baker

7.3

So Long at the Fair

1950 · George Hathaway

7.0

The Blue Lamp

1950 · Tom Riley

6.6

Dear Mr. Prohack

1949 · Charles Prohack

6.6

Once a Jolly Swagman

1949 · Bill Fox

6.4

Boys in Brown

1949 · Alfie Rawlins

6.2

Esther Waters

1948 · William Latch

7.4

Quartet

1948 · George Bland

6.9

Dancing with Crime

1947 · Policeman (unconfirmed)

6.5

Come on George!

1939 · Extra

1 titles Acting Writing

7.3

May We Borrow Your Husband?

1986 · Writer

7.6

King and Country

1964 · Writer