Which roles are played by Laurence Olivier | Characters played by Laurence Olivier

Laurence Olivier has played the role of Larry Durrant in 21 Days Film released in 1940.

Johnnie - the Trapper in 49th Parallel Film released in 1941.

Himself in 60 Minutes: The Entertainers TV Film released in 1991.

Doctor Spaander in A Bridge Too Far Film released in 1977.

Julius in A Little Romance Film released in 1979.

Narrator in A New Germany, 1933-1939 TV Film released in 1980.

Narrator in A Queen Is Crowned Film released in 1953.

Dr. Anthony Wainwright in A Talent for Murder TV Film released in 1984.

Clifford Mortimer in A Voyage Round My Father TV Film released in 1984.

Orlando in As You Like It Film released in 1936.

Air Chief Marshal Sir Hugh Dowding in Battle of Britain Film released in 1969.

Himself in Brando TV Film released in 2007.

Dr. Totenkopf in Brave New World Video released in 2005.

Superintendent Newhouse in Bunny Lake Is Missing Film released in 1965.

Himself in Cameraman: The Life and Work of Jack Cardiff Film released in 2010.

George Hurstwood in Carrie Film released in 1952.

Himself in Casper och den f�rbjudna filmen TV Film released in 2009.

Big Daddy in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof TV Film released in 1976.

Himself in Cavalcade of the Academy Awards Film released in 1940.

Himself in Charmed Lives: A Family Romance Film released in 0.

Zeus in Clash of the Titans Film released in 1981.

Himself in Classified X TV Film released in 1998.

Doc Delaney in Come Back, Little Sheba TV Film released in 1977.

Sir Joseph in Daphne Laureola TV Film released in 1978.

Himself in Darlings of the Gods TV Film released in 1989.

Mr. Creakle in David Copperfield TV Film released in 1969.

Prof. Abraham Van Helsing in Dracula Film released in 1979.

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

Michael Ingolby in Fire Over England Film released in 1937.

Lieutenant Ned Nichols in Friends and Lovers Film released in 1931.

Himself in Frost on Interviews TV Film released in 2012.

Himself in Glad All Over: The Dave Clark Five and Beyond TV Film released in 2014.

Himself (interviewee) in Great Acting: Laurence Olivier TV Film released in 1966.

Hamlet - Prince of Denmark/Voice of Ghost in Hamlet Film released in 1948.

Hamlet in Hamlet Revisited: Approaches to Hamlet TV Film released in 1970.

Himself in Hollywood Out-takes and Rare Footage Film released in 1983.

Himself in Hollywood: Style Center of the World Film released in 1940.

Actor 'Rebecca' in Hollywood: The Selznick Years TV Film released in 1969.

Gen. Douglas MacArthur in Inchon Film released in 1981.

Himself in John Osborne and the Gift of Friendship Video released in 2006.

The Mahdi in Khartoum Film released in 1966.

King Lear in King Lear TV Film released in 1983.

Interviewee in Korda Interviews TV Film released in 1956.

Duke of Wellington in Lady Caroline Lamb Film released in 1972.

Sir Arthur Glanville-Jones in Love Among the Ruins TV Film released in 1975.

Himself in Love, Marilyn Film released in 2012.

Narrator in Male of the Species TV Film released in 1969.

Narrator in Malta G.C. Film released in 1942.

Szell in Marathon Man Film released in 1976.

1957 in Marilyn Monroe: Beyond the Legend Film released in 1987.

Capt. Ivan Ignatoff in Moscow Nights Film released in 1935.

Joe Halpern in Mr. Halpern and Mr. Johnson TV Film released in 1983.

Himself in Never Apologize Film released in 2007.

Count Witte in Nicholas and Alexandra Film released in 1971.

Himself in Night of 100 Stars II TV Film released in 1985.

Clive Dering in No Funny Business Film released in 1933.

Field-Marshal Sir John French in Oh! What a Lovely War Film released in 1969.

Himself in One on One: Classic Television Interviews TV Film released in 1993.

Othello in Othello Film released in 1965.

Nicholas Randall in Perfect Understanding Film released in 1933.

Straker in Potiphar's Wife Film released in 1931.

actor 'Bunny Lake Is Missing' in Preminger: Anatomy of a Filmmaker Film released in 1991.

Mr. Darcy in Pride and Prejudice Film released in 1940.

Mr. Darcy in Pride and Prejudice Revisited TV Film released in 2005.

Tony McVane in Q Planes Film released in 1939.

'Maxim' de Winter in Rebecca Film released in 1940.

Richard III in Richard III Film released in 1955.

Narrator in Romeo and Juliet Film released in 1968.

Antonio in Saturday, Sunday, Monday TV Film released in 1978.

Richard III in Shakespeare's Women & Claire Bloom TV Film released in 1999.

Shylock in Shylock Film released in 1999.

Himself in Sir John Mills' Moving Memories Video released in 2000.

Dr. Totenkopf in Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow Film released in 2004.

Andrew Wyke in Sleuth Film released in 1972.

Crassus in Spartacus Film released in 1960.

Lord Nelson in Spisok korabley Film released in 2008.

Graham Weir in Term of Trial Film released in 1962.

Lord Horatio Nelson in That Hamilton Woman Film released in 1941.

Himself - Presenter in The 12th Annual Tony Awards TV Film released in 1958.

Himself - Honoree in The 1974 Annual Entertainment Hall of Fame Awards TV Film released in 1974.

Himself - Accepting Honorary Award for National Theatre Company for Great Britain in The 23rd Annual Tony Awards TV Film released in 1969.

Himself in The 26th Annual Tony Awards TV Film released in 1972.

Himself - Co-Host in The 31st Annual Academy Awards TV Film released in 1959.

Himself (pre-recorded) in The 35th Annual Academy Awards TV Film released in 1963.

Himself in The 37th Annual Golden Globe Awards TV Film released in 1980.

Himself in The 37th Annual Tony Awards TV Film released in 1983.

Himself - Winner: Cecil B. DeMille Award in The 40th Annual Golden Globe Awards TV Film released in 1983.

Himself - Honorary Award Recipient & Nominee: Best Actor in a Leading Role in The 51st Annual Academy Awards TV Film released in 1979.

Himself - Presenter: Best Picture in The 57th Annual Academy Awards TV Film released in 1985.

Himself - Honoree in The American National Theater of Arts Academy Honors Laurence Olivier TV Film released in 1970.

Himself in The Battle for The Battle of Britain TV Film released in 1969.

Captain MacHeath in The Beggar's Opera Film released in 1953.

Loren Hardeman in The Betsy Film released in 1978.

Admiral Hood in The Bounty Film released in 1984.

Ezra Lieberman in The Boys from Brazil Film released in 1978.

Himself in The Carol Burnett Show: A Reunion TV Film released in 1993.

King Henry V of England in The Chronicle History of King Henry the Fift with His Battell Fought at Agincourt in France Film released in 1944.

Himself in The Concrete Vision TV Film released in 1962.

Vincent Lunardi in The Conquest of the Air Film released in 1936.

Himself - Film Commentator in The Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II TV Film released in 2012.

Edgar in The Dance of Death Film released in 1969.

Ivan Kouznetsoff in The Demi-Paradise Film released in 1943.

Gen. Burgoyne in The Devil's Disciple Film released in 1959.

Everard Logan in The Divorce of Lady X Film released in 1938.

Henry Breasley in The Ebony Tower TV Film released in 1984.

Archie Rice in The Entertainer Film released in 1960.

Himself in The Films of Robert Bolt Film released in 1972.

Himself in The Filth and the Fury Film released in 2000.

Narrator in The Gentleman Tramp Film released in 1976.

Cantor Rabinovitch in The Jazz Singer Film released in 1980.

Adm. Sir Gerald Scaith in The Jigsaw Man Film released in 1984.

Himself in The Kid Stays in the Picture Film released in 2002.

Himself in The Legend of Marilyn Monroe Film released in 1966.

Police Constable 94-B in The Magic Box Film released in 1951.

Himself in The Magic of Hollywood... Is the Magic of People Film released in 1976.

Himself in The Making of a Legend: Gone with the Wind TV Film released in 1988.

Shylock in The Merchant of Venice TV Film released in 1973.

Charles Strickland in The Moon and Sixpence TV Film released in 1959.

Priest in The Power and the Glory TV Film released in 1961.

The Regent in The Prince and the Showgirl Film released in 1957.

Professor James Moriarty in The Seven-Per-Cent Solution Film released in 1976.

Premier Piotr Ilyich Kamenev in The Shoes of the Fisherman Film released in 1968.

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

Himself in The Silver Screen: Color Me Lavender Film released in 1997.

Himself in The Tales of Helpmann Film released in 1990.

Peter Bille in The Temporary Widow Film released in 1930.

Himself - impersonating a fish outside restaurant window in The Volunteer Film released in 1944.

Himself in The Wonderful Wizard of Oz: 50 Years of Magic TV Film released in 1990.

Himself in The World's Greatest Actor TV Film released in 2006.

Julian Rolfe in The Yellow Ticket Film released in 1931.

Narrator in This Happy Breed Film released in 1944.

Dr. Ivan Chebutikin in Three Sisters Film released in 1970.

Himself in To Oz! The Making of a Classic Video released in 2009.

The Man in Too Many Crooks Film released in 1930.

Narrator in Tree of Life Film released in 1971.

King Henry V of England in Truly, Madly, Cheaply!: British B Movies TV Film released in 2008.

Dr. Astrov in Uncle Vanya Film released in 1963.

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

The Old Soldier in War Requiem Film released in 1989.

Nicholas 'Nick' Allen in Westward Passage Film released in 1932.

Rudolf Hess in Wild Geese II Film released in 1985.

Hamlet/Henry V in William Shakespeare Film released in 2000.

Heathcliff in Wuthering Heights Film released in 1939.

Himself - Actor in 60 Minutes TV Series released in 1968.

Himself in ABC Stage 67 TV Series released in 1966.

Himself in American Masters TV Series released in 1985.

Himself in Arena TV Series released in 1975.

Himself - Director, National Theatre, 1963-1973 in Arena TV Series released in 1975.

Hamlet in Biography TV Series released in 1987.

Himself in Biography TV Series released in 1987.

Lord Marchmain in Brideshead Revisited TV Series released in 1981.

Dr. Christian Szell in Cinema mil TV Series released in 2005.

Himself in Cinema TV Series released in 1964.

Himself in Film Night TV Series released in 1970.

Himself - Best Supporting Actor Winner in Frost on Sunday TV Series released in 1968.

Himself in Great Performances TV Series released in 1971.

Harry in Great Performances TV Series released in 1971.

Othello in Hinter der Leinwand TV Series released in 1961.

Himself in Intimate Portrait TV Series released in 1993.

John Gabriel Borkman in ITV Play of the Week TV Series released in 1955.

James Tyrone Sr. in ITV Saturday Night Theatre TV Series released in 1969.

Nicodemus in Jesus of Nazareth TV Series released in 1977.

Harry Burrard in Lost Empires TV Series released in 1986.

Astrov in NET Playhouse TV Series released in 1964.

Himself in Omnibus TV Series released in 1967.

King William III of Orange in Peter the Great TV Series released in 1986.

Hamlet in Shakespeare Uncovered TV Series released in 2012.

Henry V in Shakespeare Uncovered TV Series released in 2012.

Himself in Sunday AM TV Series released in 2005.

Himself in The Great Hamlets TV Series released in 1983.

Gaius in The Last Days of Pompeii TV Series released in 1984.

Himself in The Morecambe & Wise Show TV Series released in 1968.

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

Himself - Narrator in The World at War TV Series released in 1973.

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

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

Himself - Guest in Today TV Series released in 1952.

Pfeuffer in Wagner TV Series released in 1983.

Heathcliff in Welcome to the Basement TV Series released in 2012.

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