Which roles are played by Roger Rees | Characters played by Roger Rees

Roger Rees has played the role of Priest in 3 A.M. Film released in 2001.

Fred Holywell/Narrator in A Christmas Carol TV Film released in 1984.

Tulse Luper in A Life in Suitcases Film released in 2005.

Peter Quince in A Midsummer Night's Dream Film released in 1999.

Malcolm in A Performance of Macbeth TV Film released in 1979.

Mr. Carson in Affluenza Film released in 2014.

Kai Lee in Almost Perfect Film released in 2011.

Dr. Colin Marlow in Anatom�a Unplugged TV Film released in 2007.

Himself - Perforemr in Angela Lansbury & Friends Benefiting Salute to Terrence McNally TV Film released in 2011.

Bill Fontaine in BlackMale Film released in 2000.

Prince Charles in Charles and Diana: Unhappily Ever After TV Film released in 1992.

Nat Banks in Crazy Like a Fox Film released in 2004.

Marc Reckler in Double Platinum TV Film released in 1999.

Andrew Barrington Sr. in East Broadway Film released in 2006.

Guillermo Kahlo in Frida Film released in 2002.

Jack Haskins in Game 6 Film released in 2005.

Mr. Hobbs in Garfield: A Tail of Two Kitties Film released in 2006.

William Tyndale in God's Outlaw Film released in 1986.

Peter in Going Under Film released in 2004.

Antiques Dealer in Happy Tears Film released in 2009.

Augustus Steranko in If Looks Could Kill Film released in 1991.

Douglas Pitblado in Imaginary Friends TV Film released in 1983.

Himself in Loop Dreams: The Making of a Low-Budget Movie Film released in 2001.

Edgar Papworth, Artist in Mountains of the Moon Film released in 1990.

Peter, a Producer in Next Film released in 1990.

Ray Thornback in Next Stop Wonderland Film released in 1998.

Betty in P.J. Sparkles TV Film released in 1992.

Himself in Portraits in Dramatic Time Film released in 2011.

Edward in Return to Never Land Film released in 2002.

Sheriff of Rottingham in Robin Hood: Men in Tights Film released in 1993.

Vasily the Woodcarver in Russian Broadway Shut Down Film released in 2014.

Donald Henderson in Saigon: Year of the Cat TV Film released in 1983.

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

Aram Nicholas in Star 80 Film released in 1983.

Parnell in Stop! Or My Mom Will Shoot Film released in 1992.

Murphy in Sudden Manhattan Film released in 1996.

Emil Balan in Survivor Film released in 2015.

Himself - Nominee: Best Leading Actor in a Play in The 49th Annual Tony Awards TV Film released in 1995.

Himself - Previous Winner in The 50th Annual Tony Awards TV Film released in 1996.

Himself - Nominee: Best Direction of a Play in The 66th Annual Tony Awards TV Film released in 2012.

Himself in The 78th Annual Drama League Awards TV Film released in 2012.

Nicholas Nickleby in The Brand New Illustrated Journal of the Arts TV Film released in 1982.

Dr. Croft in The Bumblebee Flies Anyway Film released in 1999.

Antipholus of Syracuse in The Comedy of Errors TV Film released in 1978.

Gen. Hugh Mercer in The Crossing TV Film released in 2000.

David Williams in The Ebony Tower TV Film released in 1984.

Mr. Castle in The Emperor's Club Film released in 2002.

Dad in The Finding TV Film released in 1987.

Yorish in The Invasion Film released in 2007.

Professor Reyerson in The Narrows Film released in 2008.

Virginia Company Representative in The New World Film released in 2005.

Raymond Larocque in The Pink Panther Film released in 2006.

Willie in The Place of Peace TV Film released in 1975.

Robin Banks (Hypnotist) in The Possession of Michael D. TV Film released in 1995.

Owens in The Prestige Film released in 2006.

Jason Cross in The Return of Sam McCloud TV Film released in 1989.

King Pheron in The Scorpion King Film released in 2002.

Death in The Story of a Mother Film released in 2008.

Max in The Substance of Fire Film released in 1996.

Tusenbach in The Three Sisters TV Film released in 1981.

Mr. Littlehill in The Tower TV Film released in 1993.

Leighton Proctor in The Treatment Film released in 2006.

Tulse Luper in The Tulse Luper Suitcases, Part 3: From Sark to the Finish Film released in 2004.

Mr. McMurtry in Trouble on the Corner Film released in 1997.

Razumov in Under Western Eyes TV Film released in 1975.

Sheriff of Rotingham in World of Robin Hood TV Film released in 2006.

President Harrison Cross in Boston Common TV Series released in 1996.

Simon in Bouquet of Barbed Wire TV Series released in 1976.

Himself/Robin Colcord in Cheers TV Series released in 1982.

Robin Colcord in Cheers TV Series released in 1982.

Damian Cromwell in Damian Cromwell's Postcards from America TV Series released in 1997.

Himself in E! True Hollywood Story TV Series released in 1996.

Alistair in Elementary TV Series released in 2012.

Alistair Moore in Elementary TV Series released in 2012.

The Piper in Extreme Ghostbusters TV Series released in 1997.

Priest in Forever TV Series released in 2014.

Himself in Friday Night, Saturday Morning TV Series released in 1979.

Prince Malcolm in Gargoyles TV Series released in 1994.

Dr. Colin Marlow in Grey's Anatomy TV Series released in 2005.

Roger Goldstein in It Could Be Worse TV Series released in 2013.

Wyatt Scofield in Law & Order TV Series released in 1990.

Duke DeGuerin in Law & Order: Criminal Intent TV Series released in 2001.

Thomas Paine in Liberty! The American Revolution TV Series released in 1997.

John Stonebrake in M.A.N.T.I.S. TV Series released in 1994.

Vic Racine in My So-Called Life TV Series released in 1994.

Jack Aldridge in Oz TV Series released in 1997.

Ikon in Phantom 2040 TV Series released in 1994.

Himself in Playing Shakespeare TV Series released in 1982.

Bob's Dad in Related TV Series released in 2005.

Himself in Showbiz Today TV Series released in 1984.

Malcolm in Singles TV Series released in 1988.

Roger Rees in Submissions Only TV Series released in 2010.

James Howgill in Tales of the Unexpected TV Series released in 1979.

Dan Franklin in The Education of Max Bickford TV Series released in 2001.

Dr. Todd Grossman in The Good Wife TV Series released in 2009.

Rathburn in The Legend of Prince Valiant TV Series released in 1991.

Lord Theodine in The Legend of Prince Valiant TV Series released in 1991.

Nicholas Nickleby in The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby TV Series released in 1982.

Mr. Glover in The Middle TV Series released in 2009.

Marcel Proust/Marcel in The Modern World: Ten Great Writers TV Series released in 1988.

Himself - Panellist in The Theatre Quiz TV Series released in 1981.

Brit. Ambassador Lord John Marbury in The West Wing TV Series released in 1999.

Lord John Marbury in The West Wing TV Series released in 1999.

Tyler Dewitt in The Young Riders TV Series released in 1989.

Frederick in Three Sisters TV Series released in 2001.

J. Bruce Ismay in Titanic TV Series released in 1996.

De Molay in Veritas: The Quest TV Series released in 2003.

James MacPherson in Warehouse 13 TV Series released in 2009.

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