Scott Forbes

Actor · Writer
IVA Star Rating : 35
Conrad Scott-Forbes, popularly known as Scott Forbes, was a British film and television actor and screenwriter. In his later career as a screenwriter, he was credited as C. Scott Forbes.

Conrad Scott-Forbes, popularly known as Scott Forbes, was a British film and television actor and screenwriter. In his later career as a screenwriter, he was credited as C. Scott Forbes.

Birth Name

Conrad Scott-Forbes

Born

Saturday, 11 September 1920

Died

Tuesday, 25 February 1997

Actor Filmography

Mirror Mirror Commercial Voiceover 1990
Thriller Mr. Patrick 1973
The Mind of Mr. Soames Richard Bannerman 1970
Paul Temple Geoffrey Furnall 1969
Subterfuge Pannell 1968
Thirty-Minute Theatre Kender 1965
The Wednesday Play Paris Belmont 1964
The Avengers Conniston 1961
The Best of the Post Kennedy 1960
Black Saddle Bill Steele 1959
(see additional filmography)

Actor Filmography

Mirror Mirror Commercial Voiceover 1990
Thriller Mr. Patrick 1973
The Mind of Mr. Soames Richard Bannerman 1970
Paul Temple Geoffrey Furnall 1969
Subterfuge Pannell 1968
Thirty-Minute Theatre Kender 1965
The Wednesday Play Paris Belmont 1964
The Avengers Conniston 1961
The Best of the Post Kennedy 1960
Black Saddle Bill Steele 1959
Trackdown Paul Wallace 1957
Zane Grey Theatre Case Taggart, Moss Evans 1956
The Adventures of Jim Bowie Jim Bowie 1956
Armchair Theatre Roman, Glyn 1956
Telephone Time Robert Browning, Winton 1956
The 20th Century-Fox Hour Shelby Carpenter 1955
Screen Directors Playhouse Dr. Bruno 1955
Frontier Ben Hart, Clay Allison, Howard 1955
Jane Wyman Presents the Fireside Theatre Tom 1955
Dixon of Dock Green Ralph Frazer 1955
Stage 7 Phillip Taylor 1955
The Millionaire Madison Gary, Phillip Burnell 1955
Medic Dr. Jim Lawrence, Dr. William Shires 1954
The United States Steel Hour Mr. Bradley 1953
The Loretta Young Show Rig Parks, Victor 1953
Charade Capt. Stamm 1953
Omnibus Duke of Cornwall (segment) 1952
Cavalcade of America Agent Gorson Willis 1952
Four Star Playhouse King, Jim 1952
What Price Glory Lt. Bennett 1952
Broadway Television Theatre Maxim De Winter 1952
Hallmark Hall of Fame Mr. Smith, John Woodbridge 1951
The Desert Fox: The Story of Rommel Commando Colonel 1951
Schlitz Playhouse Hannibal 1951
The Highwayman Sergeant 1951
Inside the Walls of Folsom Prison Jim Frazier 1951
Raton Pass Prentice 1951
Operation Pacific Lt. Larry / Larry 1951
Rocky Mountain Lt. Rickey (USA) 1950
Lux Video Theatre Duncan 1950
Robert Montgomery Presents Joe Gargery 1950
Fireside Theatre Count Charles 1949
Studio One Ollie Winston, Doug 'Dodo' Holliday 1948
Repertory Theatre 1948
This Was a Woman Dr. Valentine Christie / Dr. Valentine Christie (billed as "Julian Dallas") 1948
Mrs. Fitzherbert Prince William 1947
Kraft Theatre Michael 1947
Night Boat to Dublin Lieut. Allen (as Julian Dallas) / Lieut. Allen 1946
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