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Selected list of Nigel Hawthorne film and TV show credits.

Acting Credits


2001
Call Me Claus (2001) (TV Movie)
Nick

2001
Victoria & Albert (2001) (TV Movie)
Lord William Lamb, 2nd Viscount Melbourne

2000
The Last Polar Bears (TV Show)
Narrator

1999
Judge Wendon

1999
Tarzan (1999)

1999
Kim

1999
Lord Ogleby

1999
Arthur Winslow

1998
Uncle Cullen

1998
Madeline (1998)
Lord Covington

1998
Rodney Fraser

1998
Animal Stories (TV Show)
Narrator

1997
Amistad (1997)
Martin Van Buren

1997
Dr. Ellis

1997
David Livingstone

1996
Malvolio

1996
Inside (TV Movie)
Colonel

1996
The Fragile Heart (TV Show)
Dr. Edgar Pascoe

1996
The Happy Prince
Narrator

1995
Richard III (1995)
George, Duke of Clarence

1994
George III

1994
Late Flowering Lust
Cousin John

1993
Dr. Raymond Cocteau

1992
Brigadier G

1992
Performance (TV Show)
Brian Leary

1990
Achmet

1990
Relatively Speaking (TV Movie)
Philip Carter

1989
A Handful of Time
Ted Walker

1989
The Play on One (TV Show)
John

1988
Rarg (Short Film)
Storyteller

1986
Yes, Prime Minister (1986) (TV Show)
Sir Humphrey Appleby

1986
Screenplay (TV Show)
Rev. Jonathan Guerdon

1985
Fflewddur Fflam

1985
Turtle Diary (1985)
The Publisher

1985
Jenny's War (TV Movie)
Colonel

1985
Mapp & Lucia (TV Show)
Georgie Pillson

1985
Theatre Night (TV Show)
Harpagon

1985
Screen Two (1985) (TV Show)
Kryst

1984
Pope John Paul II (1984) (TV Movie)
Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski

1984
The House (TV Movie)
General Fagg

1984
The Chain (1984)
Mr. Thorn

1983
Dead on Time (Short Film)
Doctor

1983
Tartuffe, or The Impostor (TV Movie)
Orgon

1982
Firefox (1982)
Pyotr Baranovich

1982
Gandhi (1982)
Kinnoch

1982
Dr. Boycott

1982
A Woman Called Golda (1982) (TV Movie)
King Abdullah

1982
The Barchester Chronicles (1982) (TV Show)
Archdeacon Grantly, Archdeacon Theophilus Grantly

1982
John Westwood

1981
Citizen Official - The French Revolution

1981
Victorian Father

1980
A Tale of Two Cities (1980) (TV Movie)
Mr. CJ Stryver

1980
The Tempest (TV Movie)
Stephano

1980
Yes Minister (1980) (TV Show)
Sir Humphrey Appleby

1980
The Good Companions (TV Show)
Rev. Chillingford

1980
Jukes of Piccadilly (TV Show)
Brinsley Jukes

1980
Festival: The Misanthrope
Philinte

1979
The Knowledge (TV Movie)
Mr. Burgess

1979
Tales of the Unexpected (1979) (TV Show)
Charles Drummond

1979
Thomas and Sarah (1979) (TV Show)
Wilson

1979
The Other Side (TV Show)
Skellow

1978
Sweeney 2 (1978)
Dilke

1978
Capt. Campion

1978
Edward & Mrs. Simpson (1978) (TV Show)
Walter Monkton

1978
Holocaust (1978) (TV Show)
Ohldendorf

1978
Going Straight (1978) (TV Show)
Worm Wellings

1978
The Sailor's Return
Mr. Fosse

1978
Warrior Queen (1978) (TV Show)
Catus Decianus

1978
Breakaway Girls (TV Show)
Derek Carter

1977
Marie Curie (TV Show)
Pierre Curie

1977
Eleanor Marx: Eleanor (TV Movie)
Engels

1976
Just William (1976) (TV Show)
Mr. Croombe

1976
Bill Brand (TV Show)
Browning

1976
Couples (TV Show)
Mr. Laker

1975
Pastor De Ruiter

1975
Spiderweb (Short Film)
Llonrot

1974
S*P*Y*S (1974)
Croft

1974
BBC2 Playhouse (1974) (TV Show)
Fenton, Tenby

1974
Occupations (TV Movie)
Libertini

1974
Miss Nightingale
Dr. Lewis

1972
Young Winston (1972)
Boer Sentry

1972
Crown Court (1972) (TV Show)
Dr. William Ranford

1971
Last of the Baskets, The (TV Show)
Mr. Snodgrass

1971
Hine (TV Show)
Freddy Ambercourt

1970
Play for Today (1970) (TV Show)
Václav Havel, Fulton, Mr. Edmonds

1969
Hadleigh (1969) (TV Show)
Oliver Mason

1969
The Gnomes of Dulwich (TV Show)
Gnome

1969
Mrs. Wilson's Diary (TV Movie)
Roy Jenkins

1968
Dad's Army (1968) (TV Show)
the Angry Man

1967
ITV Playhouse (1967) (TV Show)
Trevor

1965
BBC Play of the Month (1965) (TV Show)
Mr. Sneer

1964
Detective (TV Show)
Temple Doorkeeper

1963
Bud (TV Show)
Trefor Jones

1963
The Desperate People (TV Show)
Cliff Fletcher

1962
Man of the World (1962) (TV Show)
Assistant director

1960
Bonehead (TV Show)
Bit Part

1958
Soldier in Park

1957
Emergency-Ward 10 (1957) (TV Show)
Colin Davies

1957
The Royal Astrologers (TV Movie)
Third Thief

1957
Villette
Second Footman

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Huntingtower (TV Show)
Sinster man

Producer Credits


1999
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1998
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1997
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Posted by Richard
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Nigel was great in Yes minister as Sir Humphrey Appleby. Loved the scene he and Paul Eddington did with Margaret Thatcher back in the 1980s.

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Sir Nigel Barnard Hawthorne, CBE (5 April 1929 – 26 December 2001) was an English actor. He portrayed Sir Humphrey Appleby, the Permanent Secretary in the 1980s sitcom Yes Minister and the Cabinet Secretary in its sequel, Yes, Prime Minister. For this role, he won four BAFTA TV Awards for Best Light Entertainment Performance. He won the BAFTA Award for Best Actor and received an Academy Award nomination for Best Actor for the title role in the 1994 film The Madness of King George, while he won the BAFTA TV Award for Best Actor, for the 1996 miniseries The Fragile Heart. He was also an Olivier Award and Tony Award winner for his work in the theatre.

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Last Name
Full Name at Birth
Nigel Barnard Hawthorne
Age
72 (age at death)
Date of Birth
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Date of Death
Location of Death
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Occupation
Actor
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Claim to Fame
Yes, Minister, Yes, Prime Minister
Year(s) Active
1950–2001

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