The day of birth of Paul Rogers is not on record. He is an English Actor, known for Stolen Hours (1962), Beau Brummell (1954), The tenth man (1988), Paul Rogers's first movie on record is from 1938. His last motion picture on file dates from 1991.
Paul Rogers Filmography [Auszug]
1991: [/ /1] Thatcher - The final days (Cast: Geoffrey Howe), Directed by Tim Sullivan, with Julian Curry, Sylvia Sims,
1988: [/ /1] The tenth man (Cast), Directed by Jack Gold, with Brenda Bruce, Cyril Cusack, Anthony Hopkins,
1987:  London Embassy (Cast: Roger Mayor), Directed by David Giles, Ronald Wilson, with , , Lou Hirsch,
1980: [01.04] Barriers (Cast: Vincent Whitaker ), Directed by Bob Hird, with , ,
1969: [/ /1] The Reckoning (Cast: John Hazlitt), Directed by Jack Gold, with Lilita de Barros, Kenneth Hendel, Tom Kempinski,
1968: [/ /1] The Looking Glass War (Cast: Haldane), with Pia Degermark, Susan George, Anthony Hopkins,
1962: [/ /1] Stolen Hours (Cast: Dr.Eric McKenzie), Directed by Daniel Petrie, with Robert Bacon, Diane Baker, Michael Craig,
1955: [/ /1] Othello (Otello) (Cast: Jago), Directed by Tony Richardson, with Betsy Blair, , Rosemary Harris,
1954: [10.06] Beau Brummell (Cast: William Pitt), Directed by Curtis Bernhardt, with Stewart Granger, Elizabeth Taylor, Peter Ustinov,
1938:  The Beachcomber (Vessel of Wrath) (Cast), Directed by Erich Pommer, Bartlett Cormack, with Charles Laughton, Elsa Lanchester, ,
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