Allan Cuthbertson

Allan Cuthbertson

  • Born on
    • April 7th, 1920
  • Died on
    • February 8th, 1988
Cuthbertson arrived in Britain in 1947, and appeared shortly thereafter as Romeo in Romeo and Juliet at the Boltons. In London's West End, he appeared as Laertes in Hamlet, Aimwell in The Beaux Stratagem, and Octavius Robinson in Man & Superman, among many other roles. - IMDb Mini Biography By: Robert McKenzie


Acting (33 Credits)

1985Thirteen at Dinner as Sir Corner
1985Edge of Darkness as Chilwell
1980The Sea Wolves as Dickie Melborne
1980The Mirror Crack'd as Peter Montrose (‘Murder at Midnight’)
1971In the Devil's Garden as Coroner
1970Performance as The Lawyer
1970The Adventurers as Hugh
1969Captain Nemo and the Underwater City as Lomax
1967Half a Sixpence as Wilkins
1967Those Fantastic Flying Fools as Colonel Scuttling - Scotland Yard Man
1966Press for Time as Mr. Ballard
1966Cast a Giant Shadow as Immigration Officer
1965Life at the Top as George Aisgill
1965Operation Crossbow as German Technical Examiner
1964The 7th Dawn as Cavendish
1963The Running Man as Jenkins
1963The Mouse on the Moon as Member of Whitehall Conference
1962The Fast Lady as Bodley
1962The Boys as Randolph St. John
1962Term of Trial as Sylvan-Jones
1962Freud as Wilkie (uncredited)
1961On the Double as Captain Patterson
1961The Guns of Navarone as Maj. Baker
1960Tunes of Glory as Capt. Eric Simpson
1959The Stranglers of Bombay as Capt. Christopher Connaught-Smith
1959Room at the Top as George Aisgill
1959The Devil's Disciple as British Lieutenant
1958Ice Cold in Alex as Brigadier's Staff Officer
1958Hell, Heaven or Hoboken as Guards Officer
1957All at Sea as Chailey
1957Battle Hell as Captain Donaldson
1956The Man Who Never Was as Vice-Admiral
1954Court Martial as Lt. Col. Henniker

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