Paul Scofield

Paul Scofield

Paul Scofield

January 21, 1922
Hurstpierpoint, West Sussex, England, UK
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David Paul Scofield, CH, CBE (21 January 1922 – 19 March 2008), better known as Paul Scofield, was an English actor of stage and screen. Noted for his distinctive voice and delivery, Scofield received an Academy Award and a BAFTA Award for his performance as Sir Thomas More in the 1966 film A Man for All Seasons, a reprise of the role he played in the stage version at the West End and on Broadway for which he received a Tony Award.

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Kurosawa (2000)
NR
0 votes

Kurosawa (2000)

Voice of Kurosawa (voice)
Animal Farm (1999)
64%
19 votes

Animal Farm (1999)

Boxer (voice)
Robinson In Space (1997)
80%
1 votes

Robinson In Space (1997)

Narrator (voice)
The Crucible (1996)
72%
50 votes

The Crucible (1996)

Judge Thomas Danforth
Martin Chuzzlewit (1994)
NR
0 votes

Martin Chuzzlewit (1994)

Old Martin Chuzzlewit
Quiz Show (1994)
76%
126 votes

Quiz Show (1994)

Mark Van Doren
Genesis: The Creation and the Flood (1994)
60%
2 votes

Genesis: The Creation and the Flood (1994)

Der alte Mann
Utz (1992)
NR
0 votes

Utz (1992)

Dr. Vaclav Orlik
Hamlet (1990)
66%
38 votes

Hamlet (1990)

The Ghost
Henry V (1989)
78%
24 votes

Henry V (1989)

French King
Anna Karenina (1985)
NR
0 votes

Anna Karenina (1985)

 
A Delicate Balance (1973)
NR
0 votes

A Delicate Balance (1973)

Tobias
Scorpio (1973)
60%
1 votes

Scorpio (1973)

Zharkov
King Lear (1971)
70%
1 votes

King Lear (1971)

King Lear
Male of the Species (1969)
NR
0 votes

Male of the Species (1969)

Sir Emlyn Bowen, Q. C.
A Man for All Seasons (1966)
76%
21 votes

A Man for All Seasons (1966)

Thomas Morus
The Train (1964)
78%
19 votes

The Train (1964)

von Waldheim
Carve Her Name with Pride (1958)
100%
2 votes

Carve Her Name with Pride (1958)

Tony Fraser
That Lady (1955)
NR
0 votes

That Lady (1955)

King Philip II of Spain
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