Which roles are played by John Gielgud | Characters played by John Gielgud

John Gielgud has played the role of Meecham in 11 Harrowhouse Film released in 1974.

Himself - Performer in A Birthday Gala Tribute Noel Coward TV Film released in 1970.

Narrator in A Christmas Carol Film released in 1982.

Hamlet in A Diary for Timothy Film released in 1945.

Cardinal Wolsey in A Man for All Seasons TV Film released in 1988.

The Preacher in A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man Film released in 1977.

Stephen Dawlish in A Summer Day's Dream TV Film released in 1994.

Prospero in A Walk Through Prospero's Library TV Film released in 1991.

Headmaster in Aces High Film released in 1976.

Beddoes (in 'Murder on the Orient Express') in Agatha Christie: A Woman of Mystery Video released in 2007.

Himself in Ages of Man TV Film released in 1966.

Mock Turtle in Alice in Wonderland TV Film released in 1966.

Himself/Mock Turtle in Alice in Wonderland Stills Gallery Video released in 2010.

Narrator in An Airman's Letter to His Mother Film released in 1941.

Himself in An Evening with Kiri Te Kanawa TV Film released in 1987.

Colonel Carbury in Appointment with Death Film released in 1988.

Himself in Arena: The Sir Noel Coward Trilogy TV Film released in 1998.

Foster - Fogg's Ex-Valet in Around the World in Eighty Days Film released in 1956.

Hobson in Arthur Film released in 1981.

Hobson in Arthur 2: On the Rocks Film released in 1988.

Curt Valayan in Assignment to Kill Film released in 1968.

Barbabl? in Barbabl�, Barbabl� Film released in 1987.

King Louis of France/King Louis VII of France in Becket Film released in 1964.

Himself in Brando TV Film released in 2007.

Nerva in Caligula Film released in 1979.

Duke de Charles in Camille TV Film released in 1984.

Henry IV in Campanadas a medianoche Film released in 1965.

Himself in Carol Channing's Mad English Tea Party TV Film released in 1970.

The Protagonist in Catastrophe Film released in 2000.

Master of Trinity in Chariots of Fire Film released in 1981.

Himself, from "Catastrophe" in Check the Gate: Putting Beckett on Film Video released in 2003.

God in David TV Film released in 1997.

Himself in Dennis Pennis R.I.P. Video released in 1997.

King Arthur in DragonHeart Film released in 1996.

John Lasocki in Dyrygent Film released in 1980.

Lord Sissal in Eagle in a Cage Film released in 1972.

Hogarth in Electric Boogaloo: The Wild, Untold Story of Cannon Films Film released in 2014.

The Pope in Elizabeth Film released in 1998.

Interviewee in Every Night Something Atrocious TV Film released in 1980.

Himself in Fall In, the Stars TV Film released in 1977.

Himself in Farewell to the Vic TV Film released in 1963.

Oswald in First Knight Film released in 1995.

DeLacey in Frankenstein TV Film released in 1984.

Chief Constable in Frankenstein: The True Story TV Film released in 1973.

Anton Chekhov in From Chekhov with Love TV Film released in 1968.

British Lord in Funny, You Don't Look 200: A Constitutional Vaudeville TV Film released in 1987.

The Old Cardinal in Galileo Film released in 1975.

Lord Irwin in Gandhi Film released in 1982.

Sir Gordon Munday in Getting It Right Film released in 1989.

Farrell in Gold Film released in 1974.

Professor of Sunlight in Gulliver's Travels TV Film released in 1996.

Ghost in Hamlet Film released in 1964.

Priam in Hamlet Film released in 1996.

Himself - Narrator/Host in Hamlet Revisited: Approaches to Hamlet TV Film released in 1970.

Haroun al Raschid in Hassan TV Film released in 1971.

Doctor Doyle in Haunted Film released in 1995.

Actor 'Arthur' in Hollywood: The Gift of Laughter TV Film released in 1982.

Himself/Narrator in Ingrid Film released in 1984.

Albert Speer Sr. in Inside the Third Reich TV Film released in 1982.

Henri Dubois in Insult Film released in 1932.

Reverend Clyde Ormiston in Invitation to the Wedding Film released in 1983.

The Doctor in Joseph Andrews Film released in 1977.

Cassius in Julius Caesar Film released in 1953.

Julius Caesar in Julius Caesar Film released in 1970.

John of Gaunt in King Richard the Second TV Film released in 1978.

John Middleton Murry in Leave All Fair Film released in 1985.

Gillenormand in Les Miserables TV Film released in 1978.

Sharif El Gariani in Lion of the Desert Film released in 1981.

Himself (Interview) in Looking for Richard Film released in 1996.

Chang in Lost Horizon Film released in 1973.

Narrator in Mourir � Madrid Film released in 1963.

Prime Minister Lord Salisbury in Murder by Decree Film released in 1979.

Beddoes in Murder on the Orient Express Film released in 1974.

Himself in Never Apologize Film released in 2007.

Narrator in Niedokonczona podr�z Film released in 1943.

Himself in Night of 100 Stars TV Film released in 1977.

Spooner in No Man's Land TV Film released in 1978.

Count Leopold von Berchtold in Oh! What a Lovely War Film released in 1969.

Narrator in Peter Pan TV Film released in 1976.

Sir Leonard Darwin in Plenty Film released in 1985.

Himself in Preminger: Anatomy of a Filmmaker Film released in 1991.

Herbert G. Muskett in Priest of Love Film released in 1981.

Harold L. Streeter in Probe TV Film released in 1972.

Prospero in Prospero's Books Film released in 1991.

Clive Langham in Providence Film released in 1977.

Merlin in Quest for Camelot Film released in 1998.

George, Duke of Clarence in Richard III Film released in 1955.

Theodore Woodward in Romance on the Orient Express TV Film released in 1985.

Chorus in Romeo & Juliet TV Film released in 1978.

Chorus in Romeo and Juliet Film released in 1954.

Narrator in R�volution d'octobre Film released in 1967.

Earl of Warwick in Saint Joan Film released in 1957.

Himself in Salute to Show Business TV Film released in 1957.

Uncle Willie in Scandalous Film released in 1984.

Head of Intelligence in Sebastian Film released in 1968.

Richard Ashenden/Brodie in Secret Agent Film released in 1936.

Marquis of Caterhan in Seven Dials Mystery TV Film released in 1981.

Cecil Parkes in Shine Film released in 1996.

Sunflower in Shining Through Film released in 1992.

Abdu-Hamdi in Sphinx Film released in 1981.

Herbert Dreuther in Strike It Rich Film released in 1990.

Himself in Sunshine in Soho Film released in 1956.

Svetlovidov in Swan Song Film released in 1992.

Himself (Memorial Tribute) in The 73rd Annual Academy Awards TV Film released in 2001.

Edward Moulton-Barrett in The Barretts of Wimpole Street Film released in 1957.

Sydney Cockerell in The Best of Friends TV Film released in 1991.

Sir Simon de Canterville in The Canterville Ghost TV Film released in 1986.

Lord Raglan in The Charge of the Light Brigade Film released in 1968.

Gaev in The Cherry Orchard TV Film released in 1962.

Rex Trasmere in The Clue of the New Pin Film released in 1929.

Carr Gomm in The Elephant Man Film released in 1980.

Dr. Abraham Esau, Director Reich Energy in The Formula Film released in 1980.

Inigo Jollifant in The Good Companions Film released in 1933.

Sergei Rachmaninoff in The Harvest of Sorrow TV Film released in 1998.

Brigadier Tomlinson in The Human Factor Film released in 1979.

Charmolue in The Hunchback of Notre Dame TV Film released in 1982.

Narrator in The Immortal Land Film released in 1958.

Narrator in The Leopard Son Film released in 1996.

Sir Francis Hinsley in The Loved One Film released in 1965.

King Arthur in The Making of 'Dragonheart' Video released in 1997.

Lord Durrisdeer in The Master of Ballantrae TV Film released in 1984.

Mr. Touchett in The Portrait of a Lady Film released in 1996.

St. John in The Power of One Film released in 1992.

Benjamin Disraeli in The Prime Minister Film released in 1941.

Pope Pius XII in The Scarlet and the Black TV Film released in 1983.

The Elder Pope in The Shoes of the Fisherman Film released in 1968.

Himself in The Shoes of the Fisherman Film released in 1968.

Cornelius Cardew in The Shooting Party Film released in 1985.

Cockburn in The Tichborne Claimant Film released in 1998.

Sir Adrian Chapple in The Whistle Blower Film released in 1986.

Hogarth in The Wicked Lady Film released in 1983.

Lord Hinksey in There's Something About... Morse TV Film released in 2007.

Himself in To Be on Camera: A History with Hamlet Video released in 1997.

Squire Trelawney in Treasure Island Film released in 1965.

Himself in Vivien Leigh: Scarlett and Beyond TV Film released in 1990.

Narrator in Voyage to the End of the Earth TV Film released in 1981.

Himself in War and Remembrance: A Living History Video released in 1988.

Himself in Westminster Abbey TV Film released in 1995.

Daniel in Who Is the Man? Film released in 1924.

Reverend Jones in Why Didn't They Ask Evans? TV Film released in 1980.

St. John Clarke in A Dance to the Music of Time TV Series released in 1997.

Virgil in A TV Dante TV Series released in 1989.

Various Roles in ABC Afterschool Specials TV Series released in 1972.

Rich Man in ABC Stage 67 TV Series released in 1966.

Percival Pyke Period in Alleyn Mysteries TV Series released in 1990.

Captain Shotover in BBC Play of the Month TV Series released in 1965.

Charles II in BBC Play of the Month TV Series released in 1965.

Chorus in BBC Play of the Month TV Series released in 1965.

The Inquisitor in BBC Play of the Month TV Series released in 1965.

Lord Burleigh in BBC Play of the Month TV Series released in 1965.

Lord Henry Wotton in BBC Play of the Month TV Series released in 1965.

Hamlet / Ghost of Hamlet's Father in Biography TV Series released in 1987.

Himself in Biography TV Series released in 1987.

Edward Ryder in Brideshead Revisited TV Series released in 1981.

Himself in Camera Three TV Series released in 1955.

Himself in Cinema Europe: The Other Hollywood TV Series released in 1995.

Himself - Host in Conflict TV Series released in 1966.

Benjamin Disraeli in Edward the Seventh TV Series released in 1975.

Himself in Film '72 TV Series released in 1971.

Himself/George, Duke of Clarence/Cassius/Ghost of Hamlet's Father in Great Performances TV Series released in 1971.

Himself - Contributor in Hollywood U.K. TV Series released in 1993.

Lord Hinksey in Inspector Morse TV Series released in 1987.

Julian Anson in ITV Play of the Week TV Series released in 1955.

The Count in ITV Play of the Week TV Series released in 1955.

The Ghost in ITV Saturday Night Theatre TV Series released in 1969.

Lord Wakering in Lovejoy TV Series released in 1986.

Doge of Venice in Marco Polo TV Series released in 1982.

Frederick William Densham in Menace TV Series released in 1970.

King Constant in Merlin TV Series released in 1998.

Himself in NBC Experiment in Television TV Series released in 1967.

Harry in NET Playhouse TV Series released in 1964.

Himself in Omnibus TV Series released in 1967.

Stephen Dawlish in Performance TV Series released in 1992.

Harry in Play for Today TV Series released in 1970.

Clinton-Meek in QB VII TV Series released in 1974.

Pierre Robillard in Scarlett TV Series released in 1994.

Eddie in Screen Two TV Series released in 1985.

Jasper Swift in Screen Two TV Series released in 1985.

Himself in Second City TV TV Series released in 1976.

Mr. Ferraro in Shades of Greene TV Series released in 1975.

John of Gaunt in Shakespeare Uncovered TV Series released in 2012.

Himself - Presenter in Six Centuries of Verse TV Series released in 1984.

Himself in Stars on Sunday TV Series released in 1969.

Drechsler in Strauss Dynasty TV Series released in 1991.

Haverford Downs in Summer's Lease TV Series released in 1989.

Jelks in Tales of the Unexpected TV Series released in 1979.

Cyril Boggis in Tales of the Unexpected TV Series released in 1979.

Himself in The Bell Telephone Hour TV Series released in 1959.

Himself in The Big Party TV Series released in 1959.

Himself in The British Greats TV Series released in 1980.

Himself - Guest in The David Frost Show TV Series released in 1969.

Andrew Crocker-Harris in The DuPont Show of the Month TV Series released in 1957.

Cavagnari in The Far Pavilions TV Series released in 1984.

Himself - Guest in The Faye Emerson Show TV Series released in 1950.

Himself in The Great Hamlets TV Series released in 1983.

Narrator in The South Bank Show TV Series released in 1978.

Himself in The South Bank Show TV Series released in 1978.

Teiresias in The Theban Plays by Sophocles TV Series released in 1986.

Himself in The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson TV Series released in 1962.

Gabriel Quantara in The Wednesday Play TV Series released in 1964.

The Writer in Thirty-Minute Theatre TV Series released in 1965.

Himself in This Is Show Business TV Series released in 1949.

Himself in This Is Your Life TV Series released in 1955.

Himself in This Is Your Life TV Series released in 1969.

Shakespearean Reader in Toast of the Town TV Series released in 1948.

Himself in Toast of the Town TV Series released in 1948.

Himself in Tonight Starring Jack Paar TV Series released in 1957.

Hugo Lunt in Under the Hammer TV Series released in 1993.

Pfistermeister in Wagner TV Series released in 1983.

Aaron Jastrow in War and Remembrance TV Series released in 1988.

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