Donald Pleasence Net Worth

Donald Pleasence Net Worth 2023: Wiki Biography, Married, Family, Measurements, Height, Salary, Relationships

Donald Henry Pleasence net worth is
$10 Million

Donald Henry Pleasence Wiki Biography

Balding, quietly-spoken, of slight build and possessed of piercing blue eyes -- often peering out from behind round, steel-rimmed glasses -- Donald Pleasence had the necessary physical attributes which make a great screen villain. In the course of his lengthy career, he relished playing the obsessed, the paranoid and the purely evil. Even the Van ...

Full NameDonald Pleasence
Net Worth$10 Million
Date Of BirthOctober 5, 1919
Place Of BirthWorksop, Nottinghamshire, England, UK
Height5' 6" (1.68 m)
ProfessionActor, Soundtrack, Writer
EducationEcclesfield School
SpouseJosephine Crombie
ChildrenAngela Pleasence, Miranda Pleasence, Lucy Pleasance, Polly Jo Pleasence, Jean Pleasence
ParentsThomas Stanley Pleasence, Alice Armitage
AwardsBritish Academy Television Award for Best Actor, Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Performance
NominationsTony Award for Best Lead Actor in a Play, AACTA Award for Best Supporting Actor, Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Performance By A Supporting Actor In A Comedy Or Drama Special
MoviesHalloween, You Only Live Twice, Halloween II, Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers, The Great Escape, Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers, Escape from New York, Prince of Darkness, Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers, Fantastic Voyage, Wake in Fright, THX 1138, Cul-de-sac, Will Penny, Th...
TV ShowsThe Barchester Chronicles, Centennial, Jesus of Nazareth, The Adventures of Robin Hood, The Foxtrot
1Intense performances
2Dr. Sam Loomis from the Halloween films
3Bald head and piercing blue eyes
Halloween (1978)$20,000
1[om The Flesh and the Fiends (1960)] George Rose and myself were perfectly horrible grave robbers. As I recall, that film had some rather bloody scenes in it which, in 1960, was a rare occurrence in horror films. That was a really atmospheric film, and it portrayed the poverty of 19th century Europe realistically.
2[on Fantastic Voyage (1966)] I remember being amazed the first day I walked onto the shoot and saw these outsize sets that simulated the human body. I enjoyed that film because, even though my character was the villain, I got to play him as a much gentler person. Of course, he richly deserved to be swallowed by the antibodies at the end.
3I don't know if I'm the first actor people think of when it comes to horror films, but I do seem to get these calls pretty regularly. I work all the time, and it's by choice. I've got homes in Spain and France, and I do tend to have, shall we say, extravagant ways. It's nice to know that, at some point, I'll have a month off to work in my garden or be with my grandchildren. But it's equally good to know that a call might come that would take me halfway around the world to make a film.
4All kids love horror films. Films of that nature are especially attractive to teenagers for the simple reason that they don't want to sit home with Mom and Dad and watch game shows. Give them a film that's scary, violent, and a little bit funny and they'll be out of the house and into the theaters like a shot.
5[from an interview in 1988] Being typed as the one who constantly plays the crazy, mixed-up person is something I vehemently deny. I love playing the heavies, like Blofeld in You Only Live Twice (1967); they're usually larger than life and are the characters that most people remember. But as my career has progressed, more and more I'm the good guy chasing after the crazy, mixed-up people. I'm rarely the crazed monster anymore. If the truth be known, I prefer being the pursuer. If the crazed killer was the only role I was being offered, I don't know what I might do to myself.
6For a while, I wore a toupee because I thought it would help me get work. But it didn't, so eventually I threw it away and said, "They'll have to take me the way I am."
7I don't like horror films. I'm interested in them, but if there were three kinds of film playing across the road at my local cinema, the horror film would not be the one I would go to see. I do a lot of horror films because I'm asked to do them, and I need to make money all the time, so ...
8John Carpenter is the best director I ever worked with. One of the main reasons is his bravery in the way he's cast me in his films. By casting me as the president in Escape from New York (1981) and as the essentially good Dr. Loomis in the original Halloween (1978), he gave me the opportunities that might have been missed had I stayed a stereotypical madman. That casting against type is what made Prince of Darkness (1987) such a lovely bit of business for me. People were walking into the theaters expecting me to be bad, and I ended up representing all the good in the universe.
9[on The Great Escape (1963)] That was my first big Hollywood picture, and it struck particularly close to home for me because I had been in the RAF and spent some time in a POW camp in Germany. I had a wonderful part and was delighted. Steve McQueen was a bit difficult during the filming, flying in three separate screenwriters to make sure his character was to his liking. Coming from a theater background, I had a lot of qualms with the way this big budget movie was being made, but I kept my mouth shut and was ultimately very happy with the experience.
10[from an interview done in 1989] It's gotten to the point where it's big news when I don't do a horror film. At this point in my career, it doesn't bother me much that I'm probably hopelessly typecast. I like to work, and horror films definitely keep me working.
11[on THX 1138 (1971)] It was an enjoyable film to make. Even at that point, I had a feeling George Lucas would go on to do some wonderful things. Technically he knew everything about the business at a very young age.
12[on Halloween (1978)] There are parts of the script which I couldn't accept. I believe people are behaving in a way in which they couldn't possibly in real life behave. And that's always difficult because if you're one of the people, then you are the one who's going to look like an idiot.
13There was a sort of horror picture that I did called The Mutations (1974). I think I did that solely for the money. I have six daughters, and they can be quite expensive, so one has to keep working and be able to pay the bills. I did get to work with Tom Baker. He's a very charming, bright man and I liked him very much. I remember that movie as a very happy time; the whole gang of us were very friendly, and that means so much when you're working together. But I surely wouldn't list that film among my proudest moments.
14I treat all film roles one way - very seriously.
15I'm a professional actor. I get the part. I read the script. If I decide to do it, I learn the lines. I have no theory about acting. For me, there is no Method. I just do it.
1He was awarded the OBE (Officer of the Order of the British Empire) in the 1994 Queen's New Year Honours List for his services to drama.
2He and his The Greatest Story Ever Told (1965) co-stars Telly Savalas and Max von Sydow all later played the Bond villain Ernst Stavro Blofeld: Pleasence in You Only Live Twice (1967), Savalas in On Her Majesty's Secret Service (1969) and von Sydow in Never Say Never Again (1983).
3He was the first actor to play Ernst Stavro Blofeld in the James Bond films. However, he was a last-minute replacement for a Czech actor, Jan Werich.
4Among the possible actors for the role of Fallanda in Lifeforce (1985). Frank Finlay won the role.
5He was good in school plays and won prizes.
6Daughter, Jean, is an occupational therapist at a psychiatric hospital.
7Is Carrie Anderson's great-uncle.
8He was flying in a Lancaster NE112 "AS-M" when it was shot down on September 9, 1944.
9Often joked to friends and family that, before Halloween (1978) came out, he was typecast as villains and psychopaths, never having been given the chance to play a good guy or hero. However, after his portrayal of the heroic, Van Helsing-like Dr. Sam Loomis in Halloween, he had the exact opposite problem in that no one wanted to see him play bad guys anymore, that the only parts offered to him were avengers and heroes.
10He was a wireless operator in Lancaster bombers in 166 Squadron, Royal Air Force.
11Was nominated for four Tony Awards as Best Actor (Dramatic): in 1962 for "The Caretaker", a part he recreated in the film version also titled The Guest (1963); in 1965 for "Poor Bitos"; in 1969 for "The Man in the Glass Booth" and, in 1972 for "Wise Child" - but he never won.
12One of the stars of The Great Escape (1963) to have actually been a World War II prisoner of war (Hannes Messemer, who played Colonel Lugo the camp commander, was a German soldier in World War II and was captured by American troops and held in a POW camp until the end of the war). He was also a POW in Russia. When he kindly offered advice to director John Sturges, he was politely asked to keep his "opinions" to himself. Later, when another star from the film informed Sturges that Pleasence had actually been an RAF officer in a World War II German POW camp, Sturges requested Pleasance's technical advice and input on historical accuracy from that point forward.
13Played Loomis in Innocent Bystanders (1972), Dr. Sam Loomis in most of the first six Halloween (1978) movies (Halloween III: Season of the Witch (1982) was not a "Michael Myers" movie) and Father Loomis in Prince of Darkness (1987).
14Was held at Stalag Luft I, near the Baltic Sea. While a POW during World War II, he organized a theatre company in order to pass the time. His productions included "The Petrified Forest", in which he played the Leslie Howard role opposite a 6' 1" Canadian who played the Bette Davis part.
15He was initially a conscientous objector during World War II, but later changed his mind and joined the British Royal Air Force. His plane was shot down and was taken prisoner of war by the Nazis until his release in 1945.
16His father was a stationmaster.
17Shortly before his death in 1995, he was scheduled to star in a production of "King Lear" that would have featured daughters Angela Pleasence, Polly Jo Pleasence and Miranda Pleasence.
18Married four times and had five daughters. Angela Pleasence and Jean Pleasence were born from his marriage to actress Miriam Raymond; Lucy Pleasance and Polly Jo Pleasence were the products of his union with actress/singer Josephine Crombie and Miranda Pleasence was conceived during his marriage to singer Miera Shore.
19When Moustapha Akkad asked Donald Pleasence how many more Halloween (1978) films he was planning to make, Donald replied "I stop at twenty-two!"
20Was originally chosen to play Blair in The Thing (1982), but a scheduling conflict prevented him from doing so. Therefore, the role went to Wilford Brimley.
21The only actor to have appeared in both The Great Escape (1963) and its television sequel The Great Escape II: The Untold Story (1988). Ironically, he played one of the would-be great escapees in the first film and one of the German executioners in the second. Strangely he even played the role of the SS and Gestapo chief, Reichsführer-SS Heinrich Himmler, in the film The Eagle Has Landed (1976). Heinrich Himmler was the one who ordered the secret murder of "the 50" POWs. Thus, Pleasence is likely to be one of only a few actors to have ever portrayed all three roles of murder conspirator, executioner, and victim (although technically he was not among the 50. His character died earlier.).
22He had elocution lessons as a child.
23Father of Angela Pleasence, Jean Pleasence, Polly Jo Pleasence, Lucy Pleasance (1962) and Miranda Pleasence.
24His portrayal of Ernst Stavro Blofeld in You Only Live Twice (1967) will always be an influence of the Dr. Evil character in Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery (1997) and Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me (1999). Both Dr. Evil (Mike Myers) and Pleasence's Blofeld have a large facial scar.


Night Creature1978Axel MacGregor
The Bastard1978TV MovieSolomon Sholto
Tomorrow Never Comes1978Dr. Todd
Les liens de sang1978James Doniac
The Defection of Simas Kudirka1978TV MovieCaptain Vladimir Popov
The Dark Secret of Harvest Home1978TV Mini-SeriesNarrator
Telefon1977Nicolai Dalchimsky
Oh, God!1977Doctor Harmon
The Uncanny1977Valentine De'ath (segment "Hollywood 1936")
Jesus of Nazareth1977TV Mini-SeriesMelchior
The Eagle Has Landed1976Himmler
Hindle Wakes1976TV MovieNat Jeffcote
The Last Tycoon1976Boxley
The Passover Plot1976Pontius Pilate
BBC2 Playhouse1974-1976TV SeriesGeorge Livingston / Aaron
Goldenrod1976John Tyler Jones
The Devil's Men1976Father Roche
A Dirty Knight's Work1976Sir Giles Marley
Death of an Informer1976TV MovieThe man in the office
Peep Show1976TV SeriesMax
Ubu roi1976TV MoviePa Ubu
Shades of Greene1975TV SeriesPuckler
Hearts of the West1975A.J. Nietz
Journey Into Fear1975Kuvetli
Sharon's Baby1975Dr. Finch
Escape to Witch Mountain1975Lucas Deranian
The Count of Monte-Cristo1975TV MovieDanglars
Performance1975TV Series
Barry McKenzie Holds His Own1974Erich Count von Plasma
The Mutations1974Professor Nolter
La loba y la Paloma1974Martin Zayas
Occupations1974TV MovieChristo Kabak
The Black Windmill1974Cedric Harper
Watch Out, We're Mad1974The Doctor
From Beyond the Grave1974Jim Underwood (segment 2 "An Act of Kindness")
Tales That Witness Madness1973Prof. R.C. Tremayne
Columbo1973TV SeriesAdrian Carsini
Malachi's Cove1973Malachi
Great Mysteries1973TV SeriesCawser
The Rainbow Boys1973Ralph Logan
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde1973TV MovieFred Smudge
The Spirit of Dark and Lonely Water1973TV ShortThe Spirit (voice)
Wedding in White1972Jim Dougall, Sr.
Police Surgeon1972TV SeriesJerry Hahn
Innocent Bystanders1972Loomis
Henry VIII and His Six Wives1972Thomas Cromwell
The Man Outside1972TV SeriesVictor Cobb
The Pied Piper1972Baron
The Jerusalem File1972Major Samuels
Hawaii Five-O1972TV SeriesHans Vogler
Raw Meat1972Inspector Calhoun
Kidnapped1971Ebenezer Balfour
The Rivals of Sherlock Holmes1971TV SeriesCarnacki
Wake in Fright1971Doc Tydon
THX 11381971SEN
Confession1970TV SeriesSergeant Hurby
Soldier Blue1970Isaac Q. Cumber
The Madwoman of Chaillot1969The Prospector
Arthur! Arthur!1969Arthur Brownjohn / Sir Easonby 'E' Mellon
NBC Experiment in Television1969TV Series
Creature of Comfort1968James Thorne
The Other People1968Clive - Elsa's father
Mr. Freedom1968Dr. Freedom (as Don Pleasence)
Thirty-Minute Theatre1967-1968TV SeriesJ.G. / Richard Pratt
Will Penny1967Preacher Quint
The Diary of Anne Frank1967TV MovieAlbert Dussel
Matchless1967Gregori Andreanu
You Only Live Twice1967Blofeld
Armchair Theatre1957-1967TV SeriesBen Hoffman / Fred Watson / Arthur Gladwell / ...
Seven Deadly Virtues1967TV SeriesBuchanan
The Night of the Generals1967General Kahlenberge
Call Me Daddy1967TV MovieMr. Hoffman
The Wednesday Play1966TV SeriesThe Head Waiter
Fantastic Voyage1966Dr. Michaels
Eye of the Devil1966Pere Dominic
ITV Play of the Week1956-1966TV SeriesSupt. Smith / Barton Keyes / Henri Pincoff / ...
The Fugitive1966TV SeriesMax Pfeiffer
Armchair Mystery Theatre1965TV SeriesAmbrose
The Hallelujah Trail1965'Oracle' Jones
The Defenders1965TV SeriesDr. Byron Saul
The Greatest Story Ever Told1965The Dark Hermit - Satan
Espionage1964TV SeriesEscalon
The Outer Limits1963TV SeriesHarold J. Finley
Dr. Crippen1963Dr. Hawley Harvey Crippen
The Great Escape1963Blythe 'The Forger'
The Guest1963Mac Davies Bernard Jenkins
The Hatchet Man1962TV MovieHarry Laws, assistant to Curnic
The Twilight Zone1962TV SeriesProfessor Ellis Fowler
Lisa1962Sgt. Wolters
Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color1961TV SeriesCaptain Pinski
No Place Like Homicide!1961Everett Sloane
Spare the Rod1961Mr. Jenkins
One Step Beyond1961TV SeriesHarvey Laurence
A Story of David: The Hunted1961Nabal
The Wind of Change1961'Pop' Marley
No Love for Johnnie1961Roger Renfrew
Danger Man1960-1961TV SeriesNikolides / Captain Aldrich
Alice Through the Looking Box1960TV MovieCaterpillar
The Hands of Orlac1960Graham Coates
The Risk1960Parsons, alias Bill Brown
The Big Day1960Victor Partridge
Interpol Calling1960TV SeriesKarl Haussman
BBC Sunday-Night Play1960TV Mini-SeriesAdmiral Vespery
Rendezvous1960TV SeriesPotter
Sons and Lovers1960Pappleworth
Hell Is a City1960Gus Hawkins
Circus of Horrors1960Vanet
The Battle of the Sexes1960Irwin Hoffman (as Donald Pleasance)
The Flesh and the Fiends1960William Hare
The Four Just Men1960TV SeriesPaul Koster
The Shakedown1960Jessel Brown
Killers of Kilimanjaro1959Captain
ITV Television Playhouse1956-1959TV SeriesRobert Robertson / Leonard Browne / Lenin / ...
BBC Sunday-Night Theatre1952-1959TV SeriesDoctor The Foreign Minister Syme ...
The Traitor1959TV MovieGrantley Caypor
William Tell1959TV SeriesThe Spider
Look Back in Anger1959Hurst
The Scarf1959TV SeriesDet. Insp. Harry Yates
Granite1958TV MovieA nameless man
The Two-Headed Spy1958General Hardt
The Man Inside1958Organ-grinder
The Adventures of Robin Hood-1958TV SeriesPrince John / Bailiff Baldwin
The Wind Cannot Read1958Doctor
The Desk Set1958TV MovieKenny
Heart of a Child1958Spiel
The Killing Stones1958TV SeriesJakob Kleiber
A Tale of Two Cities1958Barsad
I Spy1958TV MovieMr. Frute
All at Sea1957Cashier
Stowaway Girl1957Evans
Assignment Foreign Legion1957TV SeriesCommandant
Decision Against Time1957Crabtree
The Black Tent1956Ali
19841956R. Parsons (as Donald Pleasance)
Encounter1956TV Series
On Camera1955TV Series
Value for Money1955Limpy
Orders Are Orders1955L / Cpl. Martin (as Donald Plesance)
The Grove Family1955TV SeriesMonsieur Paul
The Face of Love1954TV MovieAlex
The Runaway Slave1954TV MovieKidnapper
Montserrat1954TV MovieJuan Alvarez
The Beachcomber1954Tromp
The Coiners1954TV MovieMr. Chamberlayn
The Dybbuk1952TV MovieSecond batlon
Fatal Frames - Fotogrammi mortali1996Professor Robinson
Safe Haven1995The Sailor
Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers1995Dr. Loomis
Signs and Wonders1995TV SeriesCornelius Van Damm
Guinevere1994TV MovieMerlin
The Big Freeze1993TV MovieSoup slurper
The Advocate1993Pincheon
The Thief and the Cobbler1993Phido the Vulture (original and Majestic Films version) / Additional voices (Miramax version) (voice)
Screen Two1993TV SeriesVictor Harty
Lovejoy1992TV SeriesKarel Redl
Diên Biên Phú1992Howard Simpson
Shadows and Fog1991Doctor
L'avvoltoio può attendere1991Aaron Shalik
Donne armate1990TV MovieDreyfuss
Moi, général de Gaulle1990TV MovieWinston Churchill
American risciò1990Reverend Mortom
Buried Alive1990Dr. Schaeffer
Miss Marple: A Caribbean Mystery1989TV MovieJason Rafiel
Casablanca Express1989Colonel Bats
Halloween 51989Loomis
Paganini Horror1989Mr. Pickett
Ten Little Indians1989Judge Wargrave
River of Death1989Heinrich Spaatz
The House of Usher1989Walter Usher
The Great Escape II: The Untold Story1988TV MovieDr. Absalon
Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers1988Dr. Sam Loomis
Hanna's War1988Captain Thomas Rosza
Vampire in Venice1988Don Alvise
Angel Hill: l'ultima missione1988Colonel B. Abrahams
Der Commander1988Henry Carlson
The Ray Bradbury Theater1988TV SeriesGeorge Hill
Phantom of Death1988Inspector Datti
Animali metropolitani1987Prof. Livingstone
Gila and Rik1987TV MovieJoe Gardenia
Django 2 - Il grande ritorno1987Ben Gunn
Prince of Darkness1987Priest
Ground Zero1987Prosper Gaffney
Double Target1987Senator Blaster
Basements1987TV MovieMr. Kidd (segment "The Room")
Spettri1987Professor Lasky
Scoop1987TV MovieLondon - Lord Copper
Warrior Queen1987Clodius
Into the Darkness1986VideoDavid Beckett
Operation Nam1986Father Lenoir
Honor Thy Father1986TV MovieAldo Rossi
Naso di cane1986TV Mini-SeriesOlindo Cuomo
Sotto il vestito niente1985Commissioner Danesi
Treasure of the Amazon1985Klaus von Blantz
The Corsican Brothers1985TV MovieThe Chancellor
Phenomena1985Professor John McGregor
Black Arrow1985TV MovieSir Oliver Oates
Arch of Triumph1984TV MovieHaake
A Breed Apart1984J.P. Whittier
The Ambassador1984Minister Eretz
Where Is Parsifal?1984Mackintosh
Master of the Game1984TV Mini-SeriesSalomon Van der Merwe
Frankenstein's Great Aunt Tillie1984Victor Frankenstein Old Baron Frankenstein
The Devonsville Terror1983Dr. Warley
To Kill a Stranger1983Col. Kostik
Play for Today1971-1983TV SeriesSamuel Johnson / Gerry Muddiman / Tom
Warrior of the Lost World1983Prossor
The Barchester Chronicles1982TV Mini-SeriesRev. Septimus Harding
Witness for the Prosecution1982TV MovieMr. Myers
Alone in the Dark1982Dr. Leo Bain
Treasure of the Yankee Zephyr1981Gilbert Carson
Halloween II1981Sam Loomis
Computercide1981TV MovieGeorge Dettler
Dick Turpin1981TV SeriesIgnatius Slake
Escape from New York1981President
The Monster Club1981Pickering - Chief of the B-Squad
Blade on the Feather1980TV MovieProfessor Jason Cavendish
The Ghost Sonata1980TV MovieThe old man
The Pumaman1980Kobras (as Donald Pleasance)
All Quiet on the Western Front1979TV MovieKantorek
Better Late Than Never1979TV MovieColonel Riddle
Jaguar Lives!1979General Villanova
Dracula1979Dr. Jack Seward
Good Luck, Miss Wyckoff1979Dr. Steiner
L'homme en colère1979Albert Rumpelmayer
Gold of the Amazon Women1979TV MovieClarence Blasko
Mrs. Columbo1979TV SeriesIan A. Morly
Centennial1978-1979TV Mini-SeriesSam Purchas
The French Atlantic Affair1979TV Mini-SeriesMax Dechambre
Last In, First Out1978Rothko
Power Play1978Blair
Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band1978B.D. Hoffler


The Unforeseen1959TV Series teleplay - 1 episode
ITV Play of the Week1959TV Series adaptation - 1 episode
The Telltale Heart1958TV Movie adapted by
On Camera1955TV Series adaptation - 1 episode


Treasure of the Yankee Zephyr1981performer: "Beautiful Browneye" - uncredited
Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band1978performer: "I Want You She's So Heavy"
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde1973TV Movie performer: "Smudge's Song"


Zur Nacht1970TV Series documentary 1 episode


Phelous & the Movies2012TV Series special thanks - 1 episode
Halloween Existence2012Short dedicated to the memory of - as Donald Pleasance
Halloween H20: 20 Years Later1998in memory of - as Donald Pleasance
Fatal Frames - Fotogrammi mortali1996in memory of
Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers1995in memory of
Dieter & Andreas1989Short grateful acknowledgment


Aspel & Company1992TV SeriesHimself
The Making of 'Halloween 5'1989TV Movie documentaryHimself - Dr. Loomis
Wogan1985TV SeriesHimself
Il mondo dell'orrore di Dario Argento1985DocumentaryHimself / Prof. John McGregor
Terror in the Aisles1984DocumentaryHimself - Host
Saturday Night Live1981TV SeriesHimself - Host / Various
London Bridge1975TV SeriesHimself
Russell Harty Plus1972TV SeriesHimself - Guest
Collector's World1972TV SeriesHimself
Cinema1972TV Series documentaryHimself
The 26th Annual Tony Awards1972TV SpecialHimself
The David Frost Show1969-1972TV SeriesHimself
Frost Over America1972TV SeriesHimself - Interviewee
Omnibus1972TV Series documentary
Aquarius1970TV Series documentaryHimself
Zur Nacht1970TV Series documentaryHimself - Narrator
The 23rd Annual Tony Awards1969TV SpecialHimself
The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson1969TV SeriesHimself - Guest
The Skitch Henderson Show1968TV SeriesHimself
Tempo1968TV SeriesArthur Goldman
Call My Bluff1968TV SeriesHimself
Armchair Mystery Theatre1960TV SeriesHimself - Host
I Want to Be a Doctor1947TV Movie documentary

Archive Footage

IMDb Originals2015TV SeriesBlofeld
Pop Culture Beast's Halloween Horror Picks2015TV Series documentaryPickering - Chief of the B-Squad
FalconCast2015TV SeriesThe Spirit
Söldner-Stories2014Video documentary shortHenry Carlson (uncredited)
Top Gear2012TV SeriesErnst Stavro Blofeld
Cinemassacre's Monster Madness2007-2011TV Series documentaryDr. Sam Loomis Sam Loomis
Halloween: The Inside Story2010TV Movie documentaryHimself / Dr. Sam Loomis
Escape from New Jersey2010The President
Never Sleep Again: The Elm Street Legacy2010Video documentaryHimself (uncredited)
Not Quite Hollywood: The Wild, Untold Story of Ozploitation!2008DocumentaryHimself
Ground Zero: An Important Story - Jack Thompson in Conversation2008Video documentary shortProsper Gaffney
Going to Pieces: The Rise and Fall of the Slasher Film2006DocumentaryHimself
Halloween: 25 Years of Terror2006Video documentaryHimself
The Revamping of Dracula2004Video short documentary
'Halloween': A Cut Above the Rest2003TV Movie documentaryHimself
Barry Humphries Gives Us the Good Oil2003VideoErich Count von Plasma
Happy Anniversary Mr. Bond2002TV Movie documentaryBlofeld
Best Ever Bond2002TV Movie documentaryHimself (uncredited)
Arena1982-2002TV Series documentaryMac Davies Bernard Jenkins Himself - Mourner
Halloween: Resurrection2002Dr. Samuel 'Sam' Loomis (uncredited)
Halloween 4: Final Cut2001Video documentary shortDr. Sam Loomis (uncredited)
Boogeymen: The Killer Compilation2001Video documentaryDr. Samuel 'Sam' Loomis (Halloween)
Intimate Portrait2001TV Series documentaryDr. Michaels
Inside 'You Only Live Twice'2000Video documentary shortHimself
The James Bond Story1999TV Movie documentaryErnst Stavro Blofeld (uncredited)
In and Out of Fashion1998DocumentaryHimself
Cold War1998TV Mini-Series documentaryErnst Stavro Blofeld
The Secrets of 007: The James Bond Files1997TV Movie documentaryBlofeld (uncredited)
American Masters1995TV Series documentary
The 67th Annual Academy Awards1995TV SpecialHimself (Memorial Tribute)
Robin Hood: Quest for the Crown1995Prince John
Return to 'The Great Escape'1993Video documentary shortHimself
Reel Horror1985Axel MacGregor
The Walt Disney Comedy and Magic Revue1985Video shortLucas Deranian
Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color1980TV SeriesLucas Deranian
Barry McKenzie: Ogre or Ocker1974TV MovieErich Count von Plasma
The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson1973TV SeriesMan with Columbo
Welcome to Japan, Mr. Bond1967TV MovieErnst Stavro Blofeld

Won Awards

1959BAFTA TV AwardBAFTA AwardsLight Entertainment

Nominated Awards

1987AFI AwardAustralian Film InstituteBest Actor in a Supporting RoleGround Zero (1987)
1982Saturn AwardAcademy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USABest ActorHalloween II (1981)
1980Saturn AwardAcademy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USABest Supporting ActorDracula (1979)
1978Primetime EmmyPrimetime Emmy AwardsOutstanding Performance by a Supporting Actor in a Comedy or Drama SpecialThe Defection of Simas Kudirka (1978)

Known for movies

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