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Frederick Worlock

Frederick Worlock was a British-American actor. He is known for his work in various films during the 1940s and 1950s, and as the voice of Horace in One Hundred and One Dalmatians. On stage, he made his début in 1906 in Henry V in Bristol and acted in four productions in London before moving to the United States in the 1920s, where he appeared in Broadway productions between 1923 and 1954. From 1938 to 1966, Worlock appeared as a supporting actor in films including Man Hunt, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, How Green Was My Valley, The Imperfect Lady, Singapore, The Lone Wolf in London, Love from a Stranger, Ruthless, Joan of Arc, Spartacus, One Hundred and One Dalmatians (voice-over), and Spinout. He appeared in a number of the Sherlock Holmes films starring Basil Rathbone in the 1940s. The diginfied-looking British actor often portrayed "professorial roles, some benign, some villainous". Worlock died from cerebral ischemia in 1973, at the age of 86.

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Dec 14, 1886 In London, England, UK
Movie/TV Credits:
First Appeared:
In the movie Miracles for Sale 1939-08-10
Latest Project:
Movie Disney's Halloween Treat 1982-10-30
Known For
Poster of Spartacus
Poster of Alfred Hitchcock Presents
Poster of Robert Montgomery Presents
Poster of Madero of Mexico
Movie Disney's Halloween Treat Horace (voice) (archive footage) 1982-10-30
Movie Spinout Blodgett 1966-10-06
Movie The Invincible Mr. Disraeli Lord Derby 1963-04-03
Movie One Hundred and One Dalmatians Horace / Inspector Craven (voice) 1961-01-25
Movie Spartacus Laelius 1960-10-13
Series Alfred Hitchcock Presents Barclay 1955-10-02
Series Robert Montgomery Presents Unknown 1950-01-30
Movie Ruthless J. Norton Sims 1948-04-16
Movie Johnny Belinda Prosecutor (uncredited) 1948-09-14
Movie Joan of Arc Duke of Bedford, England's Regent 1948-12-22
Movie Singapore Cadum 1947-08-13
Movie The Macomber Affair Clerk 1947-04-20
Movie Love from a Stranger Inspector Hobday (as Frederic Worlock) 1947-11-15
Movie Terror by Night Prof. William Kilbane 1946-02-01
Movie She-Wolf of London Park Patrol Constable-in-Charge Ernie Hobbs 1946-05-17
Movie Dressed to Kill Colonel Cavanaugh 1946-05-24
Movie The Imperfect Lady Henderson 1946-11-29
Movie The Woman in Green Dr. Onslow 1945-06-15
Movie Hangover Square Supt. Clay (uncredited) 1945-02-07
Movie The Fatal Witness Sir Humphrey Mong 1945-09-15
Movie Pursuit to Algiers Prime Minister 1945-10-26
Movie Scotland Yard Investigator John Brent 1945-09-30
Movie Captain Kidd Landers - Newgate Prison Governor (uncredited) 1945-11-22
Movie The Mantrap Patrick Berwick 1943-04-13
Movie Air Raid Wardens Otto 1943-04-04
Movie Secret Service In Darkest Africa Sir James Langley 1943-07-24
Movie Sherlock Holmes Faces Death Geoffrey Musgrave 1943-09-17
Movie Passport to Suez Sir Roger Wembley 1943-08-19
Movie Jane Eyre Sam--Waiter at Inn 1943-12-24
Movie Madame Curie Businessman (uncredited) 1943-12-16
Movie Pacific Rendezvous Dr. Jackwin 1942-05-21
Movie Eagle Squadron Grenfall 1942-06-16
Movie Madero of Mexico Aristocratic Landowner (uncredited) 1942-11-28
Movie The Black Swan 1942-12-04
Movie Keep 'Em Sailing Hugo Stregel 1942-11-28
Movie Rage in Heaven Solicitor-General (as Frederic Worlock) 1941-03-07
Movie Hudson's Bay English Governor 1941-01-03
Movie Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde Dr. Heath 1941-08-12
Movie Man Hunt Lord Gerald Risborough 1941-06-13
Movie A Yank in the R.A.F. Canadian Major 1941-09-26
Movie How Green Was My Valley Dr. Richards 1941-10-28
Movie International Lady Sir Henry 1941-10-16
Movie Strange Cargo Grideau, the Prison Head 1940-03-01
Movie The Earl of Chicago Lord Elfie (uncredited) 1940-01-05
Movie Northwest Passage Sir William Johnson 1940-02-23
Movie Moon Over Burma Stephen Harmon 1940-07-26
Movie The Sea Hawk Darnell 1940-08-10
Movie Murder Over New York Hugh Drake 1940-12-13
Movie He Stayed for Breakfast Communist President 1940-08-31
Movie Miracles for Sale Dr. Cesar Sabbatt 1939-08-10
Movie Balalaika Ramensky 1939-12-15
Movie Lady of the Tropics Colonel Demassey 1939-08-11