Walter Fitzgerald

Walter Fitzgerald

  • Born on
    • May 18th, 1896
  • Died on
    • December 20th, 1976
Walter Fitzgerald was a distinguished British character actor.   He was born in 1896 in Devon.   His first film was in 1932 in “Murder In Covent Garden”.   His cinema highlights include “In Which We Serve”, “San Demitro, London”, “The Fallen Idol” and “Treasure Island”.  He went to Hollywood in 1959 to make “Darby O’Gill and the Little People” for Walt Disney.    He died in 1976 in London at the age of 80.


Acting (14 Credits)

1959Darby O'Gill and the Little People as Lord Fitzpatrick
1958The Camp on Blood Island as Cyril Beattie
1957Something of Value as A White Settler - Henry McKenzie
1956Around the World in 80 Days as Club Member
1955The Cockleshell Heroes as Gestapo Comdt.
1953Raiders in the Sky as Dr. Mulvaney, Group Medical Officer
1953The Cruel Sea as Warden (uncredited)
1950Treasure Island as Squire Trelawney
1949Hour of Glory as Brine
1949Edward, My Son as Mr. Kedner
1948Blanche Fury as Simon Fury
1948The Fallen Idol as Dr. Fenton
1948The Winslow Boy as First Lord
1942In Which We Serve as Colonel Lumsden

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