Nigel Patrick

Biography

Nigel Patrick (born Nigel Dennis Wemyss; 2 May 1913 - 21 September 1981) was an English actor and stage director born into a theatrical family.

30 titles Acting Directing

6.4

The MacKintosh Man

1973 · Soames-Trevelyan

7.0

Tales from the Crypt

1972 · Maj. William Rogers

5.1

The Great Waltz

1972 · Johann Strauss Sr.

5.9

The Executioner

1970 · Colonel Scott

7.0

Battle of Britain

1969 · Group Capt. Hope

6.0

The Virgin Soldiers

1969 · RSM Raskin

7.0

The Informers

1963 · Chief Insp. John Edward Johnnoe

7.2

Johnny Nobody

1961 · Father Edward John Carey

7.1

The Trials of Oscar Wilde

1960 · Sir Edward Clarke

7.5

The League of Gentlemen

1960 · Race

7.2

Sapphire

1959 · Superintendent Robert Hazard

6.0

The Man Inside

1958 · Sam Carter

6.4

Raintree County

1957 · Prof. Jerusalem Webster Stiles

7.1

How to Murder a Rich Uncle

1957 · Henry Clitterbern

6.6

Count Five and Die

1957 · Major Julien Howard

6.3

A Prize of Gold

1955 · Brian Hammell

6.5

The Sea Shall Not Have Them

1954 · Flt Sgt Slingsby

6.6

Forbidden Cargo

1954 · Insp. Michael Kenyon

6.8

Grand National Night

1953 · Gerald Coates

6.5

Who Goes There!

1952 · Miles Cornwall

7.0

The Pickwick Papers

1952 · Mr. Jingle

6.9

The Sound Barrier

1952 · Tony Garthwaite

8.2

The Browning Version

1951 · Frank Hunter

7.1

Pandora and the Flying Dutchman

1951 · Stephen Cameron

5.5

Young Wives' Tale

1951 · Rodney Pennant

7.0

Encore

1951 · Tom Ramsay

7.1

Morning Departure

1950 · Lt. Manson

7.3

Trio

1950 · Max Kelada (in segment Mr. Know-All)

7.1

Silent Dust

1949 · Simon Rawley

6.8

The Jack of Diamonds

1949 ·

6.0

The Perfect Woman

1949 · Roger Cavendish

7.1

Spring in Park Lane

1948 · Mr. Bacon

6.4

Noose

1948 · Bar Gorman

6.8

Uneasy Terms

1948 · Lucien Donnelly

5.6

Mrs Pym of Scotland Yard

1940 · Richard Lodden

1 titles Acting Directing

7.2

Johnny Nobody

1961 · Director

7.1

How to Murder a Rich Uncle

1957 · Director