Ian Bannen

Actor | * 06/29/1928 († 71, 11/03/1999) | Airdrie, Lanarkshire, Scotland (United Kingdom (UK))
Ian Edmund Bannen (29 June 1928 – 3 November 1999) was a Scottish actor with a prolific career in film, on stage, and on television. He was nominated for an Academy Award for his performance in The Flight of the Phoenix (1965), the first Scottish actor to receive the honour, as well as two BAFTA Film Awards for his performances in Sidney Lumet's The Offence (1973) and John Boorman's Hope and Glory (1987). On stage, he was renowned for his interpretations of William Shakespeare and Eugene O'Neill, and was an original member of the Royal Shakespeare Company. He won the 1981 Critics' Circle Theatre Award for Best Supporting Actor for his performance in Brian Friel's Translations. ()
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Most frequent genres for this person: Drama | Comedies | Thriller

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Awards & Nominations for Ian Bannen

Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor

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Movies with Ian Bannen as Actor(72)

as Matt Moss (Crossing the Line) (archive footage)2002 Ultimate Fights from the Movies
as Billy2002 Taliesin Jones
as Sir Matt Busby2000 Best
as Terence Adamson1999 To Walk with Lions
as Jackie O'Shea1998 Waking Ned
as Don Pozzi1998 Something to Believe In
as Robert Bruce Sr.1995 Braveheart
as Provost1994 Measure for Measure
as Edward Lloyd1992 Damage
as Prof. Serebryakov1991 Uncle Vanya
as Luzifer1991 Speaking of the Devil
as David Lloyd George1991 The Treaty
as Sir Edith Moser1990 Ghost Dad
as Matt Mason1990 The Big Man
as Captain Waters1989 George's Island
as Father Matthew1989 Witch Story
as Peter Bracken1989 The Fifteen Streets
as MacDonald1989 Circles in a Forest
as Christian Drysdale1988 The Lady and the Highwayman
as McGuigan1988 The Courier
as Padre di Francesco1988 The Gamble
as Father of Francesco1988 The Gamble
as Grandfather George1987 Hope and Glory
as Brother Benedict1986 Lamb
as Dennis Markham1986 Defence of the Realm
as Riley Wyndham1983 The Prodigal
as Iamskoy1983 Gorky Park
as Senior Police Officer1982 Gandhi
as Inspector Godliman1981 Eye of the Needle
as John Keller1980 The Watcher in the Woods
as Oliver Utterson1980 Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde
as Professor1979 Ring of Darkness
as Col. Charles Thomas Buckner1978 The Inglorious Bastards
as Charles Baker, MP1977 Sweeney!
as Doonan1975 Death in Deep Water
as Sir Harry Norfolk1975 Bite the Bullet
as Adolf Hitler1974 The Gathering Storm
as Antonio Braggi1974 The Voyage
as Bill1974 Identikit
as Christopher Lowe1974 From Beyond the Grave
as Slade1973 The MacKintosh Man
as Kenneth Baxter1973 The Offence
as Dr. Shaw1972 Doomwatch
as Brian1971 Fright
as Cpt. Crawford1970 The Deserter
as Pvt. Jock Thornton1970 Too Late the Hero
as St. John Rivers1970 Jane Eyre
as Dr. Jack Richardson1967 Johnny Belinda
as James B. Elcott1966 Penelope
as Harris1965 The Hill
as Lt. Percy Vine1965 Rotten to the Core
as Robert1965 Mister Moses
as Paul1964 Psyche 59
as Fletcher1963 Station Six-Sahara
as Kitson1961 On Friday at Eleven
as Alan Andrews1960 Suspect
as Colin Crane The Headmaster's Son1960 A French Mistress
as Macduff1960 Macbeth
as Young King Loris1959 Carlton-Browne of the F.O.
as Gabelle1958 A Tale of Two Cities
as Junior Customs Officer1957 The Birthday Present
as Filippo Gozzi1957 Miracle in Soho
as Private Horrocks1956 Private's Progress

TV Shows/Series with Ian Bannen as Actor(17)

as Gabriel Dauntsey1997 Original Sin
as Sir Donald Frazier1995 The Politician's Wife
as Dr. Alexander Cameron1993 Doctor Finlay
as Serebryakov1991 Performance
as Canon Loftus1991 Murder in Eden
as Hubert Stout1985 Screen Two
as Jim Prideaux1979 Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy
as Amos1977 Jesus of Nazareth
as Robert1970 Shadows of Fear
as Adolf Hitler1951 Hallmark Hall of Fame

Full Name: Ian Bannen
Citizenship: United Kingdom (UK)
Born: Friday, 06/29 1928 (June) in Airdrie, Lanarkshire, Scotland (United Kingdom (UK))
Died: Wednesday, 11/03 1999 (November) in Loch Ness (aged: 71)
Zodiac sign: Cancer (Chinese zodiac sign: Dragon)
Languages: English (EN)
Educated at: Ratcliffe College, St Aloysius' College
Ian Bannen frequently works together with these people:
Thorley Walters (10x, Actor)
Roy Boulting (10x, Crew)
Robert Aldrich (6x, Crew)
John Hough (6x, Crew)
Ian Holm (5x, Actor)
Orson Welles (5x, Actor)
Donald Pleasence (5x, Actor)
Kenneth Griffith (5x, Actor)
George Fenton (5x, Crew)
John Boulting (5x, Crew)
Sam Kydd (5x, Actor)
Richard Johnson (4x, Actor)
WatchPlayStream ID: PEOPLE:8710, Added: 05/06/2018, Last updated: 11/20/2021