Patrick Lindesay Archibald Godfrey
13 February 1933
|Spouse(s)||Amanda Walker (1960–present)|
Patrick Lindesay Archibald Godfrey (born 13 February 1933) is an English actor of film, television and stage.
Godfrey was born in Finsbury, London to Rev. Frederick Godfrey and Lois Mary Gladys (née Turner).
In 1956 Godfrey joined the Radio Drama Company by winning the Carlton Hobbs Bursary.He made his film debut in Miss Julie (1972), and appeared in several British films of the 1980s, 1990s and 2000s, including A Room with a View , The Remains of the Day , The Importance of Being Earnest , The Count of Monte Cristo , Dimensions and Les Misérables . He also played Leonardo da Vinci in the Cinderella adaptation Ever After alongside Drew Barrymore and Dougray Scott. He had many roles on television, appearing in Doctor Who , Inspector Morse , and other series.
He has been married to actress Amanda Walker since 20 April 1960 and they have two children.Their daughter Kate Godfrey is Head of Voice for the Royal Shakespeare Company.
|1982||The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby||Jennings and Mr. Kenwigs|
|1983||Heat and Dust||Saunders, the Medical Officer|
|1985||A Room with a View||The Reverend Mr. Eager|
|On the Black Hill||The Auctioneer|
|The Girl in a Swing||Coroner|
|1992||Black and White|
|1993||The Trial||Court Usher|
|The Remains of the Day||Spencer|
|Genghis Cohn||Deputy Mueller|
|1995||Io no spik inglish|
|1997||The Gambler||Professor Olkhin|
|1998||Ever After||Leonardo da Vinci|
|2000||The Miracle Maker||Matthew / Annas||Voice|
|2002||The Count of Monte Cristo||Morrell|
|The Importance of Being Earnest||Merriman|
|2006||The History Boys||Sleeping Clergyman|
|2008||The Duchess||Dr. Neville|
|2009||Shadows in the Sun||Dr Calder|
|National Theatre Live: Collaborators||Vassily|
|2012||Les Miserables||Monsieur Gillenormand|
|2013||The Borderlands||Father Calvino|
|2014||Mr Turner||Lord Egremont|
|2016||National Theatre Live: As You Like It||Adam|
|2018||Mowgli: Legend of the Jungle||Wolf Elder (voice)|
|1964||Mary Barton||Willaims||1 episode|
|1966–71||Doctor Who||Tor / Major Cosworth||6 episodes: The Savages & Mind of Evil|
|1970||The Six Wives of Henry VIII||Sir Thomas Wriothesley||2 episodes|
|1970–71||Z Cars||Mr Devereux / Receptionist||3 episodes|
|1987–96||The Bill||Various||3 episodes|
|1993||Inspector Morse||Dr Greer||Episode: Deadly Slumber|
|2000||Casualty||Larry Clarke||Episode: Marking Time|
|2002||Foyle's War||Ernst Bannerman||Episode: The White Feather|
|2003||My Family||Barry Hall||Episode: Sixty Feet Under|
|2007||2057||John Gater||Episode: The City|
|Doc Martin||Mr Cleary||Episode: The Apple Doesn't Fall|
|2019||His Dark Materials||Butler|
|2010||BioShock 2||Buck Raleigh (Multiplayer)|
|Red Dead Redemption||The Local Population|
|2018||Red Dead Redemption 2||The Local Pedestrian Population|
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