Julian Glover Biography (1935-)

Born March 27, 1935, in St. John's Wood, London, England; son of C. Gordon and Honor (maiden name, Wyatt) Glover; married second wife, Isla Blair (an actress); children: Jamie (an actor). Addresses: Contact: c/o 199 Ullswater Rd., London S.W. 13, England.

Nationality
British
Gender
Male
Occupation
Actor
Birth Details
March 27, 1935
London, United Kingdom

Famous Works

  • CREDITS
  • Stage Appearances
  • (Stage debut) Pantomime, New Theatre, Bromley, England, 1953
  • Albany, King Lear, Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon,England, 1959
  • (London debut) S.S. Officer, Altona, Royal Court Theatre, then Saville Theatre, London, 1961
  • Knight, Luther, Royal Court Theatre, then Phoenix Theatre, London,1961
  • Orsino, Twelfth Night, Royal Court Theatre, 1962
  • The Baron, The Lower Depths, New Arts Theatre, London, 1962
  • Tolen, The Knack, Royal Court Theatre, 1962
  • Franco Laspiga, Naked, Royal Court Theatre, 1963
  • Brutus, The Ides of March, Haymarket Theatre, London, 1963
  • Hotspur, Henry IV, Edinburgh Festival, Edinburgh, Scotland, 1964
  • Title role, The Pastime of M. Robert, Hampstead Theatre, London, 1966
  • Standard, The Constant Couple, New Theatre, London, 1967
  • Harry, The Family Reunion, Arnaud Theatre, Guildford, England, 1968
  • Don John, Much Ado about Nothing, Edinburgh Festival, 1970
  • Boswell, Boswell's Life of Johnson, Edinburgh Festival, 1970
  • Mr. Medley, The Man of Mode, Royal Shakespeare Company, Aldwych Theatre, London, 1971
  • Rogozhin, Subject to Fits, Royal Shakespeare Company, Place Theatre, London, 1971
  • Captain Starkey, We Bombed in New Haven, Forum Theatre, Billingham, England, 1973
  • Antony, Antony and Cleopatra, Bankside Globe Theatre, London, 1973
  • Mr. Manningham, Gaslight, Arnaud Theatre, 1974
  • Sherlock Holmes, Sherlock's Last Case, Open Space Theatre, London,1974
  • Mirabell, The Way of the World, Arnaud Theatre, 1975
  • Jeff, Otherwise Engaged, Queen's Theatre, London, 1975
  • Archie, Jumpers, National Theatre Company, Lyttelton Theatre, London, 1976
  • Warwick, Henry VI, Parts I, II and III, Royal Shakespeare Company,Royal Shakespeare Theatre, 1977
  • Tullus Aufidius, Coriolanus, Royal Shakespeare Company, Royal Shakespeare Theatre, 1977
  • King Charles VI of France, Henry V, Aldwych Theatre, 1978
  • Warwick, Henry VI, Aldwych Theatre, 1978
  • Great English Eccentrics (triple-bill), Old Vic Theatre, London, 1978
  • Gordon, Cousin Vladimir, Aldwych Theatre, 1978
  • Alonzo, The Changeling, Aldwych Theatre, 1978
  • Claudius, Hamlet, Old Vic Theatre, 1979
  • De Guiche, Cyrano de Bergerac, Royal Haymarket Theatre, London, 1993
  • An Inspector Calls, National Theatre, then Aldwych Theatre, 1993
  • Henry IV, Parts 1 & 2, London production, 1993
  • Chips with Everything, 1997
  • Narcissus, Britannicus, Majestic Theatre, Brooklyn Academy of Music, New York City, 1999
  • Theseus, Phedre, Almeida Theatre, London, c. 1999
  • Major Tours
  • Demetrius, A Midsummer Night's Dream, South American and Europeancities, 1964
  • Morocco, The Merchant of Venice, South American and European cities, 1964
  • Hector, Thieves' Carnival, Prospect Productions, British cities, 1967
  • Boswell, Boswell's Life of Ben Johnson, Prospect Productions, British cities, 1967 and 1970
  • Pierre, Venice Preserved, Prospect Productions, British cities, 1970
  • Benedick, Much Ado about Nothing, Prospect Productions, British cities, 1970
  • Film Appearances
  • (Film debut) Lieutenant Northerton, Tom Jones, Lopert, 1963
  • Malachi Sullivan, The Girl with Green Eyes, 1964
  • Don Fortune, The Alphabet Murders (also known as The ABC Murders), 1966
  • Dr. Matthew Langdon, I Was Happy Here (also known as Time Lostand Time Remembered), 1966
  • Charles Marquis, Theatre of Death (also known as Blood Fiend and The Female Fiend), 1967
  • Colonel Breen, Quatermass and the Pit (also known as Five Million Years to Earth and The Mind Benders), 1967
  • Anton, The Magus, 1968
  • Shrdlu, The Adding Machine, 1969
  • Athelstan, Alfred the Great, 1969
  • Proculeius, Antony and Cleopatra (also known as Antoine et Cleopatre and Marco Antonio y Cleopatra), Rank, 1970
  • Hindley Earnshaw, Wuthering Heights, American International Pictures, 1970
  • Colonel Moffat, The Rise and Rise of Michael Rimmer, Warner Bros.,1970
  • Andy Royale, The Last Grenade, Cinerama, 1970
  • Gapon, Nicholas and Alexandra, Columbia, 1971
  • Fegelein, Hitler: The Last Ten Days (also known as Gli ultimi 10 giorni di Hitler), Paramount, 1973
  • The Knight, Luther, American Film Theatre, 1974
  • Commander Marderer, Juggernaut, United Artists, 1974
  • Arnold Pryce-Jones, The Internecine Project, Allied Artists, 1974
  • Lodge, Dead Cert, 1974
  • Voice, Gulliver's Travels (animated), Sunn Classics, 1977
  • The Brute, 1977
  • General Maximillian Veers, Star Wars: Episode V--The Empire Strikes Back (also known as The Empire Strikes Back and Star Wars V: TheEmpire Strikes Back), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1980
  • Aristotle Kristatos, For Your Eyes Only, United Artists, 1981
  • Mr. Crawford, Heat and Dust, Universal, 1983
  • Behind Enemy Lines (also known as P.O.W. the Escape), 1986
  • Brian Harcourt-Smith, The Fourth Protocol, Lorimar, 1987
  • Alfred, Hearts of Fire, Lorimar, 1987
  • Don Card, Cry Freedom, Universal, 1987
  • Walter Donovan, Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, Paramount, 1989
  • Ian Taylor, Tusks (also known as Fire in Eden), Magnum, 1990
  • King Gustav, King Ralph, Universal, 1991
  • Matthew, La chance (also known as Power and Lovers), LightAge Filmworks, 1994
  • The House of Angelo, Tripal Productions, 1997
  • General Willis, The Dance of Shiva (short film), Epiphany Productions, 1998
  • Prince de Conde, Vatel, Miramax, 2000
  • Television Appearances
  • Movies
  • Esau, The Story of Jacob and Joseph, ABC, 1974
  • Igor Zaminski, QB VII, ABC, 1974
  • Gifford, Mirror of Deception (also known as Good Salary--Prospects--Free Coffin and Thriller: Good Salary--Prospects--Free Coffin), ABC, 1975
  • King Richard, Ivanhoe, CBS, 1982
  • Colonel Creighton, Kim, CBS, 1984
  • Professor Ivar Thoresen, Behind Enemy Lines (also known as 92 Grosvenor Street), NBC, 1985
  • Colonel Kobylinski, Anastasia: The Mystery of Anna, NBC, 1986
  • Senior Police Officer, Mandela, HBO, 1987
  • Colonel McGraw, "The Secret Garden," Hallmark Hall of Fame, CBS, 1987
  • Doctor Livesey, Treasure Island, TNT, 1990
  • Bielert, The Infiltrator, HBO, 1995
  • Miniseries
  • Edward IV, An Age of Kings, 1960
  • Guerre en pays neutre, 1981
  • Lord Revelstoke, Nancy Astor, PBS, 1984
  • Kilian von Roggenburg, Jenseits der Morgenroete, 1985
  • Sir Martin Lacey, "By the Sword Divided," Masterpiece Theatre, PBS, 1986
  • Felix Hurst, "Cover Her Face," Mystery!, PBS, 1987
  • Colonel Cadogan, Wish Me Luck, 1987
  • Warburg: A Man of Influence, 1991
  • Episodic
  • Dave Sheridan, "Botany Bay," Out of This World, 1962
  • Mr. Halloran, "The Lawless Lady," The Saint, 1964
  • Richard the Lionheart, "The Crusades," Doctor Who, 1965
  • Vogel, "Two's a Crowd," The Avengers, ABC, 1965
  • Masgard, "The Living Dead," The Avengers, ABC, 1967
  • "A Choice of Kings," NET Playhouse, NET, 1967
  • Anderson, "The Fanatics," The Champions, 1968
  • Peter Rooke, "Split!" The Avengers, ABC, 1968
  • Ramon Falconi, "Invitation to Danger," The Saint, 1968
  • Rupert Lasindall, "Pandora," The Avengers, ABC, 1969
  • John, "Variations on a Theme," Jason King, 1971
  • Karsky, "That'll Be the Day," Callan, 1972
  • Duschene, "Rogues Gallery," New Scotland Yard, 1973
  • Denver, "Tower of Destruction," The Hanged Man, 1975
  • Bernard Stone, "Queen's Pawn," The Sweeney, 1975
  • Jarak, "Alpha Child," Space: 1999, syndicated, 1975
  • Professor Kayn, "Breakdown," Blake's 7, 1978
  • Count Scarlioni, "City of Death," Doctor Who, 1979
  • Inspector Lombard, "Steele Searching: Parts 1 & 2," Remington Steele, 1985
  • Police Inspector Stokesy, "Deja Vu," Magnum P.I., 1985
  • Mr. Arnold Richardson, "Hanging On," Casualty, 1989
  • Philip Grace, "Fall from Grace," TECX, 1990
  • Per Wemstrom, "Diplomatic Incident," Bergerac, 1990
  • Sir Sebastian Pilgrim, "Rumpole and the Reform of Joby Johnson," Rumpole of the Bailey, 1992
  • Sir Hubert Handesley, "Inspector Alleyn Mysteries: A Man Lay Dead," Mystery! (also known as Alleyn Mysteries), PBS, 1993
  • Frank Whymark, "Double Edged Sword," Lovejoy, 1994
  • Leoric Ashby, "The Devil's Novice," Cadfael, PBS, 1995
  • Henry Trace, "Killings at Badgers Drift," Midsomer Murders, Arts and Entertainment, 1997
  • Ian Richards, "A Christmas Carol: Part 1," Holby City, 2000
  • Appeared as James Hanson, "Revenge: When a Man Hates," an episode of Strange Report.
  • Series
  • Dr. Stefan Kilkiss, Q.E.D. (series; also known as Mastermind) CBS, 1982
  • Andrew Blake, The Chief, 1990
  • Jim, Degrees of Error, 1995
  • Other
  • For the West (also known as Wednesday Play: For the West),1965
  • Oldenberg (also known as Thirty-Minute Theatre: Oldenberg),1967
  • Leave Me Alone (also known as Thirty-Minute Movie: Leave Me Alone), 1967
  • Charlie (also known as Wednesday Play: Charlie), 1968
  • The Back of Beyond (also known as W. Somerset Maugham: The Backof Beyond), 1969
  • Laying It Off for Spangle (also known as Thirty-Minute Theatre:Laying It Off for Spangle), 1970
  • Michael Regan (also known as Play for Today: Michael Regan), 1971
  • Schroder, Quiller: Night of the Father (pilot) ABC, 1975
  • A Sprig of Broom, 1975
  • French constable, Henry V (also known as BBC Shakespeare: The Life of Henry the Fifth and BBC Television Shakespeare: Henry V), 1979
  • Duke of Buckingham, "Henry VIII," The Shakespeare Plays (also known as BBC Television Shakespeare: Henry VIII), PBS, 1979
  • Joseph Haydn, Not Mozart: Letters, Riddles, and Writs, 1991
  • Money for Nothing (also known as Hot Millions), 1993
  • Count Scarlioni, Doctor Who: Thirty Years in the Tardis (also known as Doctor Who: More Than Thirty Years in the Tardis), 1993

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