James Hayter

Actor - Great Britain
Borndate unknown

The day of birth of James Hayter is not on record. He is an English Actor, known for Beau Brummell (1954), The Crimson pirate (1952), The Firechasers (1970), James Hayter's first movie on record is from 1951. His last motion picture on file dates from 1970.

James Hayter Filmography [Auszug]
1970: [/ /1] The Firechasers (Cast: Inspector Herman), with Keith Barron, Roy Kinnear,
1967: [/ /1] A Challenge for Robin Hood (Cast: Bruder Tuck), Directed by C. Pennington-Richards, with John Arnatt, Peter Blythe, Leon Greene,
1959: [03.13] The 39 Steps (Cast: Mr. Memory), Directed by Ralph Thomas, with Kenneth More, Taina Elg, Barry Jones,
1958: [] The big money (Cast), Directed by John Paddy Carstairs, with , Jill Ireland, Renee Houston,
1957: [] Seven Waves away (Abandon Ship!) (Cast), Directed by Richard Sale, with Tyrone Power, Mai Zetterling, Lloyd Nolan,
1954: [10.06] Beau Brummell (Cast: Mortimer), Directed by Curtis Bernhardt, with Stewart Granger, Elizabeth Taylor, Peter Ustinov,
1953: [/ /1] The Four Sided Triangle (Cast), Directed by Terence Fisher, with Percy Marmont, Stephen Murray,
1952: [/ /1] The Crimson pirate (Cast: Professor Prudence), Directed by Robert Siodmak, with Ewan Roberts, Frederick Leister, Noel Purcell,
1951: [/ /1] Flesh & Blood (Flesh and Blood) (Cast), Directed by Anthony Kimmins, with George Cole, Joan Greenwood,

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