Timothy Dalton on stage and screen

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Timothy Dalton on stage and screen:


1968 The Lion in Winter Philip II
1970 Wuthering Heights Heathcliff
Cromwell Prince Rupert of the Rhine
The Voyeur Mark
1971 Mary, Queen of Scots Henry Stuart, Lord Darnley
1975 Permission to Kill Charles Lord
1978 Sextette Sir Michael Barrington
The Man Who Knew Love Juan di Dios
1979 Agatha Col. Archibald Christie
1980 Flash Gordon Prince Barin
1981 Chanel Solitaire Boy Capel
1985 The Doctor and the Devils Doctor Thomas Rock
1987 The Living Daylights James Bond
1988 Hawks Bancroft
1989 Brenda Starr Basil St. JohnShot in 1986 [1]
Licence to Kill James Bond
1990 The King's Whore Le Roi Vittorio Amadeo
1991 The Rocketeer Neville Sinclair
1993 Naked in New York Elliot Price
1996 Salt Water Moose Lester Parnell
1997 The Beautician and the Beast Boris Pochenko
The Informant DCI Rennie
1999 Made Men Sheriff Dex Drier
The Reef Charles Darrow
Cleopatra Julius Caesar
2000 Time Share Matthew "Matt" Farragher
Possessed Father William Bowdern
2001 American Outlaws Allan Pinkerton
2003 Looney Tunes: Back in Action Damien Drake
2006 Tales from Earthsea Ged / Sparrowhawk Voice, English dub
2007 Hot Fuzz Simon Skinner
2010 Toy Story 3 Mr. PricklepantsVoice
The Tourist Chief Inspector Jones
2011 Hawaiian Vacation Mr. PricklepantsVoice, short film
Small Fry
2012 Partysaurus Rex
Secret of the Wings Lord MiloriVoice
2019 Toy Story 4 Mr. Pricklepants


1967Sat'day While SundayPeter
1968The Three PrincesAhmed
1969Judge Dee: A Place of Great Evil
1970, 1971 Play of the Month 2 episodes

"Five Finger Exercise", "Candida"

1978 Centennial Oliver SeccombeMiniseries
1979The Flame Is LoveMarquis de Guaita
Charlie's Angels Damien RothEpisode: "Fallen Angel"
1983Antony and Cleopatra Mark Antony
Jane Eyre Edward Fairfax RochesterMiniseries
1984 Mistral's Daughter Perry Kilkullen
The Master of Ballantrae Col. Francis Burke
1985Florence NightingaleRichard Milnes
Faerie Tale Theatre Voice; Episode: "The Emperor's New Clothes"
1986 Sins Edmund JunotMiniseries
1992 Tales from the Crypt LokaiEpisode: Werewolf Concerto
Framed Eddie Myers
1993In the Wild: In Search of WolvesNarratorVoice
1994Lie Down with Lions (aka Red Eagle)Jack Carver
Scarlett Rhett Butler Miniseries
1998Stories from My ChildhoodPrince GuidonVoice
ESU Emergency Services UnitNarrator
1999 Cleopatra Julius Caesar
2004 Dunkirk Narrator
2005 Hercules Amphitryon
2006 Agatha Christie's Marple Clive Trevelyan
2008 Unknown Sender MilesEpisode: "If You're Seeing This Tape..."
2009–2010 Doctor Who Rassilon, NarratorEpisode: "The End of Time" [2] [3]
2010–2011 Chuck Alexei Volkoff, Hartley Winterbottom6 episodes
2013 Toy Story of Terror Mr. PricklepantsVoice, TV special
2014 Toy Story That Time Forgot
2014–2016 Penny Dreadful Sir Malcolm [4]
2019–2021 Doom Patrol Niles Caulder / Chief Lead role (Season 1–2)
Guest (Season 3-4)
2019–2020 Tangled: The Series Lord DemanitusVoice, 2 episodes
2022 The Crown Peter Townsend Episode: "Annus Horribilis"
2023–Present 1923 Donald Whitfield4 Episodes


Novels by "Benjamin Black" (pseudonym of John Banville):


2007Christine FallsAudioRenaissance
2008The Silver Swan Macmillan Audio
2010Elegy for April


1964 Coriolanus Queen's Theatre, Londonwith the National Youth Theatre
1966A Game Called ArthurArthur Royal Court Theatre, London
Little Malcolm And His Struggle Against The Eunuchs Malcolmwith the National Youth Theatre
1966 The Merchant of Venice Birmingham Repertory Theatre with the Birmingham Repertory Theatre Company
Richard III Richard III
As You Like It
Love's Labour's Lost
The Doctor's Dilemma
St. Joan
1971A Game Called ArthurArthurTheatre Upstairs, London
Macbeth Macbeth Hawaii production
1972 King Lear Edgar Aldwych Theatre, Londonwith the Prospect Theatre Company
Love's Labour's Lost Berowne
Henry V
1972–73 Romeo and Juliet Aldwych Theatre, Londonwith the Prospect Theatre Company
1973 Romeo and Juliet Romeo Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avonwith the Royal Shakespeare Company
Love's Labour's Lost
1974 Henry IV, Part 1 Henry, Prince of Wales Round House Theatre with the Prospect Theatre Company
Henry IV, Part 2
Henry V Henry V of England
1975The SamaritanBob Shaw Theatre, London
The Vortex Nicky Lancaster Greenwich Theatre, London
1976 Black Comedy Harold Gorringe Shaw Theatre, Londonwith the Dolphin Theatre Company
White Lies Tom
1977The Lunatic, the Lover, and Poet Lord Byron The Old Vic with the Old Vic Theatre Company
The Romans Marc Antony New Mermaid Theatre
1981 Antony and Cleopatra
1982 Henry IV, Part 1 Harry Percy Barbican Centre, Londonwith the Royal Shakespeare Company
Henry IV, Part 2
1986 Antony and Cleopatra Marc Antony Theatr Clwyd, Moldsubsequently at the Haymarket Theatre, London
The Taming of the Shrew Petruchio
1988 A Touch of the Poet Cornelius Melody Young Vic, London
1991 Love Letters Andrew Makepeace Ladd IIICanon Theatre, Beverly Hills
1994 Peter and the Wolf Narrator Hollywood Bowl, Los AngelesStaged reading
1998Star Crossed Lovers
2003–04 His Dark Materials Lord Asriel Royal National Theatre, Londonwith the National Theatre Company

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