Harold Goodwin

Harold Goodwin

  • Born on
    • October 22nd, 1917
  • Died on
    • June 3rd, 2004
Harold Goodwin was an English character actor, trained at RADA. He started in repertory in Liverpool. By 1949, he appeared on the West End stage. Goodwin never lost his Barnsley accent, and tended to specialize in playing working-class men, such as cabbies, stewards, or non-commissioned officers.


Acting (22 Credits)

1977Jabberwocky as 1st Peasant
1975All Creatures Great and Small as Dinsdale's Uncle
1965Die, Monster, Die! as Taxi Driver
1964The Curse of the Mummy's Tomb as Fred one of King's Workmen
1962The Phantom of the Opera as Bill
1962Crooks Anonymous as George
1962The Longest Day as British Soldier (uncredited)
1960Sink the Bismarck! as Airman on Phone (uncredited)
1959The Mummy as Pat
1958Desert Patrol as Road Watch
1957Sea Wife as Daily Telegraph Clerk
1957The Prince and the Showgirl as Call Boy
1957All at Sea as Duckworth
1957The Bridge on the River Kwai as Baker
1955The Ladykillers as Parcels Clerk (uncredited)
1955A Kid for Two Farthings as Chick Man (uncredited)
1955The Dam Busters as Wing Comdr. Gibson's Batman
1954Man with a Million as Horace
1953The Cruel Sea as ASDIC Operator
1952Angels One Five as A.C. 2 Wailes
1951The Man in the White Suit as Wilkins
1950The Happiest Days of Your Life as Edwin: Staff of Nutbourne

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