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Kenneth Williams

Kenneth Williams

  • Born on
    • February 22nd, 1926
  • Died on
    • April 15th, 1988
Kenneth Williams (22 February 1926 – 15 April 1988) was an English comic actor, star of 26 Carry On films, numerous British television shows, and radio comedies with Tony Hancock and Kenneth Horne. Description above from the Wikipedia article Kenneth Williams, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.

Filmography

Acting (28 Credits)

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1978Carry on Emmannuelle as Emile Prevert
1978The Hound of the Baskervilles as Sir Henry Baskerville
1975Carry on Behind as Professor Roland Crump
1974Carry on Dick as Captain Desmond Fancey
1972Carry on Abroad as Stuart Farquhar
1972Carry on Matron as Sir Bernard Cutting
1971Carry on at Your Convenience as W. C. Boggs
1971Carry on Henry VIII as Thomas Cromwell
1970Carry on Loving as Percival Snooper
1969Carry on Again Doctor as Frederick Carver
1969Carry on Camping as Doctor Kenneth Soaper
1968Carry on Up the Khyber as Khasi of Khalabar
1967Carry on Follow That Camel as Commandant Maximilian Burger
1967Carry on Doctor as Doctor Kenneth Tinkle
1967Carry on Don't Lose Your Head as Citoyen Camembert
1966Carry on Screaming! as Orlando Watt
1965Carry on Cowboy as Judge Burke
1964Carry on Spying as Desmond Simkins
1964Carry on Jack as Captain Fearless
1964Carry on Cleo as Caeser
1962Carry on Cruising as First Officer Leonard Marjoribanks
1961Carry on Regardless as Francis Courtenay
1960Carry on Constable as P.C. Stanley Benson
1960Make Mine Mink as Hon. Freddie Warrington
1959Carry on Teacher as Edwin Milton
1959Carry on Nurse as Oliver Reckitt
1958Carry on Sergeant as James Bailey
1956Hancock's Half Hour

Writer (1 Credits)

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Himself (1 Credits)

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1977That's Carry On! as Himself

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