Michael Wilding

Actor · Producer
IVA Star Rating : 44
Michael Charles Gauntlet Wilding was an English stage, television, and film actor. He is best known for a series of films he made with Anna Neagle, for the two films he made with Alfred Hitchcock and for being Elizabeth Taylor's second husband.

Michael Charles Gauntlet Wilding was an English stage, television, and film actor. He is best known for a series of films he made with Anna Neagle, for the two films he made with Alfred Hitchcock and for being Elizabeth Taylor's second husband.

Birth Name

Michael Charles Gauntlet Wilding

Born

Tuesday, 23 July 1912

Died

Sunday, 08 July 1979

Actor Filmography

E! True Hollywood Story Himself (archive footage) 1996
American Masters Self 1986
Hollywood Out-takes and Rare Footage Himself (archive footage) 1983
Frankenstein: The True Story Sir Richard Fanshawe 1973
Lady Caroline Lamb Lord Holland 1972
Waterloo Ponsonby 1970
The Sweet Ride Bill Cartwright 1968
Mannix Phillip Montford 1967
The Girl from U.N.C.L.E. Franz Joseph 1966
Call My Bluff Himself 1965
(see additional filmography)

Actor Filmography

E! True Hollywood Story Himself (archive footage) 1996
American Masters Self 1986
Hollywood Out-takes and Rare Footage Himself (archive footage) 1983
Frankenstein: The True Story Sir Richard Fanshawe 1973
Lady Caroline Lamb Lord Holland 1972
Waterloo Ponsonby 1970
The Sweet Ride Bill Cartwright 1968
Mannix Phillip Montford 1967
The Girl from U.N.C.L.E. Franz Joseph 1966
Call My Bluff Himself 1965
Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre Major Tucker 1963
Burke's Law Dr. Alan Steiner 1963
A Girl Named Tamiko Nigel Costairs 1962
The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson Himself - Guest 1962
The Alfred Hitchcock Hour David Saunders 1962
Saints and Sinners Sir Robert 1962
The Best of Enemies Lt. Burke 1961
The Naked Edge Morris Brooke 1961
The World of Suzie Wong Ben Marlowe 1960
Breakout Major Charles Marquand 1959
Target 1958
Zarak Maj. Michael Ingram 1956
Playhouse 90 Chris Hughes, Sir John Alexander 1956
The 20th Century-Fox Hour Captain Robert Wilton, Robert Marryot 1955
Screen Directors Playhouse David Scott 1955
The Joseph Cotten Show: On Trial Colonel Blood 1955
The Scarlet Coat Maj. John Andre 1955
The Glass Slipper Prince Charles 1955
Climax! Lieutenant MacKenzie Barton, MacKenzie Barton 1954
The Egyptian Akhnaton 1954
Torch Song Tye Graham 1953
Trent's Last Case Philip Trent 1952
The Lady with a Lamp Sidney Herbert (Lord Herbert of Lea) 1951
The Law and the Lady Nigel Duxbury 1951
Man in the Dinghy Nicholas Foster 1950
Stage Fright Ordinary Smith / Det. Insp. Wilfried 'Ordinary' Smith 1950
Under Capricorn Hon. Charles Adare 1949
Maytime in Mayfair Michael Gore-Brown 1949
Spring In Park Lane Lord Richard 1948
An Ideal Husband Viscount Arthur Goring 1947
Katy's Love Affair Sir Edward Courtney 1947
Carnival Maurice Avery 1946
Piccadilly Incident Capt. Alan Pearson 1946
Her Man Gilbey Tom Gilbey 1944
Dear Octopus Nicholas Randolph 1943
Underground Guerrillas Constantine 1943
Secret Mission Nobby Clark 1942
In Which We Serve Flags 1942
Ships with Wings Lieut. Grant 1941
Bombsight Stolen Alan Trently 1941
The Remarkable Mr. Kipps Ronnie Walshingham 1941
Three Wise Brides Tony Fox-Collier 1941
Sailors Don't Care Dick 1940
Three Cockeyed Sailors Johnny 1940
Convoy 'Dot' 1940
There Ain't No Justice Len Charteris 1939
False Rapture Officer 1939
When Knights Were Bold Soldier (uncredited) 1936
Wrath of Jealousy Dr. Hutherford 1936
Late Extra Newspaper Telephone Operator (uncredited) 1935

Producer Filmography

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