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John Moulder-Brown

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

1979
1979

John Moulder-Brown (born 3 June 1953) is an English actor of television and film, known for his appearances in the films Deep End, First Love, Ludwig and The House That Screamed,[1] and for his attractive looks and demeanour.

Biography

Moulder-Brown was born in London and began his acting career as a child. In 1982, he acted in George Bernard Shaw's play, Man and Superman, at the Theatre Royal Haymarket in London, alongside Peter O'Toole, Lisa Harrow, James Grout, Michael Byrne, Robert Beatty and Joyce Carey. His next stage appearance was in the play The Table of the Two Horsemen at the Greenwich Theatre, seven years later.

Moulder-Brown founded The Academy of Creative Training, a drama school in Brighton, Sussex, in 1997.[2]

Filmography

Film

Year Title Role Notes
1958 Carve Her Name with Pride Child Uncredited
A Night to Remember Titanic Passenger Uncredited
A Cry from the Streets Jacky Uncredited
The Man Inside Boy Uncredited
Death Over My Shoulder Boy Uncredited
1959 Room at the Top Urchin Uncredited
1960 Night Train for Inverness Boy Uncredited
Doctor in Love Boy Uncredited
1961 Two Living, One Dead Rolf Berger
The Missing Note Willie
Night Without Pity Geoffrey Martin
1962 Little Girls Never Cry Stormont
1963 55 Days at Peking Tommy Uncredited
1964 Becket Boy Uncredited
Go Kart Go Spuggy As John Moulder Brown
1965 The Heroes of Telemark Boy Uncredited
The Uncle Jamie
1966 The Quiller Memorandum Pupil with Inge Uncredited
Runaway Railway Charlie
Operation Third Form Dick
1967 Half a Sixpence Boy Uncredited
Calamity the Cow Rob Grant
1968 The Boys of Paul Street Geréb
1969 Goodbye, Mr. Chips Schoolboy Uncredited
1970 The House That Screamed Luis As John Moulder Brown
First Love Alexander
Deep End Mike As John Moulder Brown
1972 Vampire Circus Anton
King, Queen, Knave Frank
1973 Ludwig Prince Otto As John Moulder Brown
1974 Dites-le avec des fleurs Jean-Claude Berger
La madrastra Daniel
1975 Forbidden Love Game Miguel As John Moulder Brown
1979 Confessions from the David Galaxy Affair Sergeant Johnson
1981 Killing Heat Tony Marston
1985 Claudia Gavin
1986 L'étincelle Bob
1987 Rumpelstiltskin Prince Henry As John Moulder Brown
2010 Young Alexander the Great Philip, King of Macedonia

Television

Year Title Role Notes
1964 Beware of the Dog Michael 6 episodes
1966 Weavers Green Colin Westcott 5 episodes
1967 Comedy Playhouse Robin Corner 1 episode
1968 The Dickie Henderson Show Boy 1 episode
The Devil in the Fog Hotspur Treet 5 episodes
ITV Playhouse Paul Fawcett 1 episode
Heidi Peter TV movie, as John M. Brown
1969 Sexton Blake Clive Goodside 1 episode
1971 Out of the Unknown Andrew 1 episode
1973 Away from It All Philippe 1 episode
ITV Sunday Night Theatre Jan 1 episode
1976 Victorian Scandals Wilfrid Blunt 1 episode
1978 The Flockton Flyer Christopher Bell 1 episode
As You Like It Hymen TV movie
1979 The Mill on the Floss Stephen Guest 5 episodes
A Moment in Time Bill 3 episodes
1980 Paradise in a Dream On-screen participant TV movie
1981 BBC2 Playhouse Desmond 1 episode
1982 The Confessions of Felix Krull Felix Krull 5 episodes
Man and Superman Hector Malone TV movie
1984 Ellis Island Terry Billings 3 episodes
1985 Jenny's War Guy 4 episodes
Royal Match King Edmund TV movie
Family Ties Vacation William Clive-Hopkins TV movie
1987 Miss Marple: Sleeping Murder Giles Reed TV movie
Howards' Way Richard Spencer 5 episodes
1991 The Bill Rush 1 episode
1992 Casualty Hal 1 episode

References

  1. ^ A. H. Weiler (1971-07-22). "The House That Screamed". New York Times. Retrieved 2011-05-05.
  2. ^ Xenia Gregoriadis. The Academy of Creative Training. Retrieved 30 September 2013

Bibliography

  • Holmstrom, John. The Moving Picture Boy: An International Encyclopaedia from 1895 to 1995. Norwich, Michael Russell, 1996, p. 299-300.

External links

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