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Occupation
  
Actor

Spouse
  
Lans Traverse (m. 1964)

Role
  
Actor


Name
  
Ronald Pickup

Years active
  
1964–present

Siblings
  
David Pickup


Full Name
  
Ronald Alfred Pickup

Born
  
7 June 1940 (age 83) (
1940-06-07
)
Chester, Cheshire, England, UK

Children
  
Rachel Pickup, Simon Pickup

Movies
  
The Best Exotic Marigold, The Second Best Exoti, Prince of Persia: The Sands of, The Mission, Dark Floors

Similar People
  
Celia Imrie, Judi Dench, Maggie Smith, Bill Nighy, Dev Patel

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Ronald Alfred Pickup (born 7 June 1940) is an English actor who has been active in television and film since 1964.

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Early life and training

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Pickup was born in Chester, the son of Daisy (née Williams) and Eric Pickup, who was a lecturer. Pickup was educated at the King's School, Chester, trained at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA) in London, and became an Associate Member of RADA.

Television

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His television work began with an episode during the first series of Doctor Who (as a physician in part 4 of The Reign of Terror) in 1964, for which he was paid £30. In 1973, he starred in the BBC drama series ''The Dragon's Opponent'', playing Charles Howard, 20th Earl of Suffolk, a World War II bomb disposal expert. In 1982 Pickup had the starring role as composer Giuseppe Verdi in the acclaimed The Life of Verdi, written and directed by Renato Castellani.

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In 1983 he appeared opposite Penelope Keith in Moving and as Friedrich Nietzsche in Wagner; existing in several versions, Wagner has also been released as a film. In 1984 Pickup portrayed Jan Tyranowski in the TV movie Pope John Paul II, Albert Einstein in the TV mini series Einstein and Prince Yakimov, a hapless, down-at-heel Russo-British aristocrat, opposite Emma Thompson and Kenneth Branagh in the BBC serial Fortunes of War (1987) based on a novel cycle by Olivia Manning. He was the voice of Aslan in the BBC adaptation of The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe (1988) and subsequent Chronicles of Narnia serials derived from the books by C.S. Lewis. Pickup starred in the short lived sit-com Not with a Bang which was broadcast in 1990, and appeared opposite Michael Caine in Jekyll & Hyde the same year. In 1992 he appeared alongside Dervla Kirwan in the television adaptation of Melvyn Bragg's book "A Time To Dance."

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Other roles have included parts in Hornblower, The Riff Raff Element, Hustle, Foyle's War, Midsomer Murders, Waking the Dead, The Bill, Silent Witness, Sherlock Holmes, Doc Martin, Inspector Morse, Rectors Wife, the 1991 television adaptation of John le Carré's A Murder of Quality and the BBC's 2004 drama for children, Feather Boy. He also appeared in the Ruth Rendell Mysteries series playing Chief Inspector Moore in A Case of Coincidence.

Pickup played a regular part in the BBC sitcom The Worst Week of My Life. He starred opposite Judi Dench in the 1989 Channel 4 serial Behaving Badly. In February 2010 he also appeared as Pegleg in the BBC's period drama Lark Rise to Candleford.

Pickup appeared in the fifth series of Young Dracula in early 2014, portraying Morgan, chairman of the vampire high council, who later becomes the host of the Blood Seed, the main antagonist of the series finale. He appeared in Holby City as Charles, Lord Byrne and in November 2014 appeared on Coronation Street in a cameo role as an OAP arranging a birthday party with Michelle Connor in the Rovers Return. In 2016, he played the role of the Archbishop of Canterbury in the Netflix series The Crown.

Theatre

Ronald Pickup is also an accomplished stage actor. He worked with Laurence Olivier at the Royal National Theatre, most notably in Three Sisters and Long Day's Journey into Night. He was nominated for a 1998 Laurence Olivier Theatre Award for Best Performance in a Supporting Role of 1997 for his performance in Amy's View.

Between March and August 2009, he starred as Lucky in Sean Mathias' production of Waiting for Godot by Samuel Beckett opposite Sir Ian McKellen (Estragon), Patrick Stewart (Vladimir) and also Simon Callow (Pozzo). The tour opened in Malvern, Worcestershire before travelling to Milton Keynes, Brighton, Bath, Norwich, Edinburgh and Newcastle; its run at the Theatre Royal, Haymarket was extended due to demand.

Film

In 1973 he appeared as a forger in The Day of the Jackal. The following year he was seen in Ken Russell's film Mahler, and also appeared in Joseph Andrews in 1977. Pickup played one of the Prussian Agents conspiring to blow up the Houses of Parliament in The Thirty Nine Steps (1978). This version was directed by Don Sharp and starred Robert Powell as Hannay, Karen Dotrice as Alex, John Mills as Colonel Scudder. Pickup played Cranmer, Archbishop of Canterbury in the BBC Television Shakespeare version of Henry VIII (1979). He played Lt. Harford in Zulu Dawn (1979), Igor Stravinsky in Nijinsky (1980), Prince John in Ivanhoe (1982), and a government official in the James Bond film Never Say Never Again (1983) opposite Sean Connery. He portrayed Portuguese governor, Don Hontar in The Mission (1986). In 1989 he played Captain Lancaster, a very strict teacher in Danny, the Champion of the World, and also appeared as a state advocate in A Dry White Season the same year.

In 2004, he appeared in the film Secret Passage alongside John Turturro. In 2005, he had a supporting role in the family-based film, The Adventures of Greyfriars Bobby and the science fiction TV movie Supernova.

In 2012, he played one of the main characters, bachelor Norman Cousins, in The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel. He reprised the role in the sequel, The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel, released in 2015.

Family

Pickup is married to Lans Traverse and father to actress Rachel Pickup and Simon Pickup. Ronald and Rachel have appeared in two productions together: Midsomer Murders episode "The Magician's Nephew" (2008) and Schadenfreude (2016).

Filmography

Actor
-
Schadenfreude (post-production) as
The Gambler
2023
Doctor Who: The Fourth Doctor Adventures (Podcast Series) as
Jacob Harmer
- The Wizard of Time (2023) - Jacob Harmer (voice)
2021
End of Term as
Damian Self
2019
Still Got It (Short) as
Jim
2019
Summer of Rockets (TV Mini Series) as
Walter
- Episode #1.4 (2019) - Walter
- Episode #1.3 (2019) - Walter
- Episode #1.2 (2019) - Walter
- Episode #1.1 (2019) - Walter
2019
Flicker and go out (Short) as
Mr. Addington
2018
Afternoon Delights (Short) as
Grandad
2018
The Coming of the Martians as
The Curate
2018
Stealing Silver (Short) as
Udo
2018
The Happy Prince as
Judge
2017
The Rebel (TV Series) as
Dr. Cranmore
- Health (2017) - Dr. Cranmore
2017
Darkest Hour as
Neville Chamberlain
2017
The Time of Their Lives as
Frank
2016
The Crown (TV Series) as
Archbishop of Canterbury
- Smoke and Mirrors (2016) - Archbishop of Canterbury
- Windsor (2016) - Archbishop of Canterbury
- Gloriana (2016) - Archbishop of Canterbury
- Wolferton Splash (2016) - Archbishop of Canterbury
2016
The Have-Nots as
Bentham
2016
Vera (TV Series) as
Mr. Kipford
- Dark Road (2016) - Mr. Kipford
2015
Downton Abbey (TV Series) as
Sir Michael Reresby
- Episode #6.3 (2015) - Sir Michael Reresby
2015
The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel as
Norman Cousins
2014
Residents (Short) as
George
2014
Call the Midwife (TV Series) as
Philip Worth
- Christmas Special (2014) - Philip Worth
2014
Atlantis (TV Series) as
Orpheus
- The Grey Sisters (2014) - Orpheus
- The Day of the Dead (2014) - Orpheus
- The Marriage of True Minds (2014) - Orpheus
2014
Coronation Street (TV Series) as
Len Sheldon
- Episode #1.8514 (2014) - Len Sheldon
2014
Young Dracula (TV Series) as
Morgan
- The Darkest Hour - Part 2 (2014) - Morgan
- The Darkest Hour - Part 1 (2014) - Morgan
- Flesh and Blood (2014) - Morgan
- Who's the Daddy (2014) - Morgan
- Fight or Flight (2014) - Morgan
2013
A Little Place Off the Edgware Road (Short) as
Bearded Man
2013
Old Habits (Short) as
Freddie
2013
Doc Martin (TV Series) as
John Moysey
- Nobody Likes Me (2013) - John Moysey
2006
Doctor Who: The Monthly Adventures (Podcast Series) as
Elder Bones / Kestorian
- Spaceport Fear (2013) - Elder Bones (voice)
- Time Works (2006) - Kestorian (voice)
2013
Pramface (TV Series) as
Arnold
- The Edge of Hell (2013) - Arnold
2012
Parade's End (TV Mini Series) as
General Haggard
- Episode #1.4 (2012) - General Haggard
- Episode #1.3 (2012) - General Haggard
2012
Dinosaurs Full Throttle (Short) as
Dinosaur
2011
The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel as
Norman Cousins
2011
The Jury (TV Series) as
Jeffrey Livingstone
- Episode #2.5 (2011) - Jeffrey Livingstone
- Episode #2.4 (2011) - Jeffrey Livingstone
- Episode #2.3 (2011) - Jeffrey Livingstone
- Episode #2.2 (2011) - Jeffrey Livingstone
- Episode #2.1 (2011) - Jeffrey Livingstone
2011
Inspector Lewis (TV Series) as
Fr Moreno Mancini
- Wild Justice (2011) - Fr Moreno Mancini
2010
Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time as
King Sharaman
2010
Lark Rise to Candleford (TV Series) as
Peg Leg / Arthur Myhill
- Episode #3.6 (2010) - Peg Leg / Arthur Myhill
2008
New Tricks (TV Series) as
Sir Wilfred Felspar
- Couldn't Organise One (2008) - Sir Wilfred Felspar
2003
Midsomer Murders (TV Series) as
Ernest Balliol / Rupert Smythe-Webster
- The Magician's Nephew (2008) - Ernest Balliol
- A Tale of Two Hamlets (2003) - Rupert Smythe-Webster
2008
Dark Floors as
Tobias
2002
Holby City (TV Series) as
Lord Charles Byrne / Bob Falstaff
- Temporary Insanity (2007) - Lord Charles Byrne
- The Q Word (2007) - Lord Charles Byrne
- Close Relations (2007) - Lord Charles Byrne
- Another Country (2007) - Lord Charles Byrne
- An Affair to Forget (2007) - Lord Charles Byrne
- The Human Jungle (2007) - Lord Charles Byrne
- After the Fall (2007) - Lord Charles Byrne
- For Whom the Bell Tolls (2007) - Lord Charles Byrne
- Paranoid Android (2007) - Lord Charles Byrne
- Stargazer (2007) - Lord Charles Byrne
- The Borders of Sleep (2007) - Lord Charles Byrne
- The End of the World as We Know It (2007) - Lord Charles Byrne
- Crossing the Line (2006) - Lord Charles Byrne
- Sins of the Father (2006) - Lord Charles Byrne
- Before a Fall (2006) - Lord Charles Byrne
- Extreme Measures (2006) - Lord Charles Byrne
- The Truth Will Out (2006) - Lord Charles Byrne
- Invasion (2006) - Lord Charles Byrne
- Snake in the Grass (2006) - Lord Charles Byrne
- We Gave Her All Our Love (2006) - Lord Charles Byrne (uncredited)
- Mother Love (2006) - Lord Charles Byrne
- We Band of Brothers (2002) - Bob Falstaff
2007
The Christmas Miracle of Jonathan Toomey as
William McDowell
2004
The Worst Week of My Life (TV Series) as
Fraser
- The Worst Christmas of My Life: Part 3 (2006) - Fraser
- The Worst Christmas of My Life: Part 2 (2006) - Fraser
- The Worst Christmas of My Life: Part 1 (2006) - Fraser
- Sunday (2005) - Fraser
- Saturday (2005) - Fraser
- Friday (2005) - Fraser
- Thursday (2005) - Fraser
- Wednesday (2005) - Fraser
- Sunday (2004) - Fraser
- Saturday (2004) - Fraser
- Friday (2004) - Fraser
- Thursday (2004) - Fraser
- Wednesday (2004) - Fraser
2006
Sea of Souls (TV Series) as
Alex Galt
- The Newsroom (2006) - Alex Galt
2005
A Life in Suitcases as
Monsieur Moitessier
2005
Supernova (TV Movie) as
Dr. Malcolm Handey
2005
The Adventures of Greyfriars Bobby as
Cecil Johnson
2005
Hustle (TV Series) as
Harry Holmes
- Gold Mine (2005) - Harry Holmes
2005
Cherished (TV Movie) as
Professor Sir Roy Meadow
2004
Foyle's War (TV Series) as
Sir Giles Messinger
- The French Drop (2004) - Sir Giles Messinger
2004
The Tulse Luper Suitcases, Part 3: From Sark to the Finish as
M. Moitessier
2004
Secret Passage as
Da Monte
2004
Feather Boy (TV Series) as
Ernest Sorrel
- Episode #1.6 (2004) - Ernest Sorrel
- Episode #1.5 (2004) - Ernest Sorrel
- Episode #1.4 (2004) - Ernest Sorrel
- Episode #1.3 (2004) - Ernest Sorrel
- Episode #1.2 (2004) - Ernest Sorrel
- Episode #1.1 (2004) - Ernest Sorrel
2004
The Tulse Luper Suitcases, Part 2: Vaux to the Sea as
Monsieur Moitessier (uncredited)
2004
The Last Detective (TV Series) as
Professor Quentin Tapscott
- Benefit to Mankind (2004) - Professor Quentin Tapscott
2003
Evilenko as
Aron Richter
2003
Cambridge Spies (TV Mini Series) as
Colonel Winter
- Episode #1.4 (2003) - Colonel Winter
- Episode #1.3 (2003) - Colonel Winter
2003
The Tulse Luper Suitcases, Part 1: The Moab Story as
M. Moitessier
2002
Waking the Dead (TV Series) as
Frank Sutton
- Deathwatch: Part 2 (2002) - Frank Sutton
- Deathwatch: Part 1 (2002) - Frank Sutton (uncredited)
2002
The Inspector Lynley Mysteries (TV Series) as
Sir Stuart Stinhurst
- Payment in Blood (2002) - Sir Stuart Stinhurst
2001
Murder Rooms: Mysteries of the Real Sherlock Holmes (TV Mini Series) as
Sir John Starr
- The White Knight Stratagem (2001) - Sir John Starr
2000
In the Beginning (TV Mini Series) as
Jacob (Older)
- Part II (2000) - Jacob (Older)
- Part I (2000) - Jacob (Older)
2000
Breathtaking as
Dr. Maclaren
1999
Dalziel and Pascoe (TV Series) as
Walter Wulfstan
- On Beulah Height (1999) - Walter Wulfstan
1999
The Bill (TV Series) as
George Riordan
- On the Road (1999) - George Riordan
1999
Horatio Hornblower: The Duchess and the Devil (TV Movie) as
Don Massaredo
1998
The Untitled (TV Movie) as
Robert Kennings
1997
Lolita as
Young Humbert's Father
1997
Bring Me the Head of Mavis Davis as
Percy Stone
1997
Ivanhoe (TV Mini Series) as
Waldemar Fitzurse
- Part Five (1997) - Waldemar Fitzurse
- Part Four (1997) - Waldemar Fitzurse
- Part Three (1997) - Waldemar Fitzurse
- Part Two (1997) - Waldemar Fitzurse
- Part One (1997) - Waldemar Fitzurse
1997
Casualty (TV Series) as
Martin / Reginald Freeborn
- Tall Tales (1997) - Martin / Reginald Freeborn
1997
Hetty Wainthropp Investigates (TV Series) as
Lester Rose
- A Rose by Any Other Name (1997) - Lester Rose
1996
Bookmark (TV Series) as
Narrator
- Samuel Beckett: As the Story Was Told (1996) - Narrator
1996
Ruth Rendell Mysteries (TV Series) as
Chief Inspector Moore
- A Case of Coincidence: Part Two (1996) - Chief Inspector Moore
- A Case of Coincidence: Part One (1996) - Chief Inspector Moore
1996
Der Blinde (TV Movie) as
Dr. Bartnik
1996
Silent Witness (TV Series) as
Dr. Richard Owen
- Long Days, Short Nights: Part 2 (1996) - Dr. Richard Owen
- Long Days, Short Nights: Part 1 (1996) - Dr. Richard Owen
1995
Black Hearts in Battersea (TV Series) as
Duke Of Battersea
- Episode #1.6 (1996) - Duke Of Battersea
- Episode #1.5 (1996) - Duke Of Battersea
- Episode #1.4 (1996) - Duke Of Battersea
- Episode #1.3 (1996) - Duke Of Battersea
- Episode #1.2 (1996) - Duke Of Battersea
- Episode #1.1 (1995) - Duke Of Battersea
1991
Performance (TV Series) as
King Henry IV / Richard Browning / Siegfried Shrager
- Henry IV (1995) - King Henry IV
- Message for Posterity (1994) - Richard Browning
- Absolute Hell (1991) - Siegfried Shrager
1995
Capital Lives (TV Series) as
Sir Philip Oglivy
- Dying Day (1995) - Sir Philip Oglivy
1994
Screen Two (TV Series) as
Brian Silcott / Morris
- A Very Open Prison (1995) - Brian Silcott
- In the Cold Light of Day (1994) - Morris
1994
Milner (TV Movie) as
Jocelyn Fry
1994
Scarlett (TV Mini Series) as
Whitlock
- Episode #1.4 (1994) - Whitlock
1994
Medics (TV Series) as
Douglas Beaumont
- All in the Mind (1994) - Douglas Beaumont
- Changing Faces (1994) - Douglas Beaumont
1993
The Riff Raff Element (TV Series) as
Roger - The Tundishes
1994
The Rector's Wife (TV Mini Series) as
Daniel Byrne
- Episode #1.4 (1994) - Daniel Byrne
- Episode #1.3 (1994) - Daniel Byrne
- Episode #1.2 (1994) - Daniel Byrne
- Episode #1.1 (1994) - Daniel Byrne
1993
Lovejoy (TV Series) as
Edwin Felt
- God Helps Those (1993) - Edwin Felt
1992
The Golden Years (TV Movie) as
Montezuma
1992
My Friend Walter (TV Movie) as
Sir Walter Raleigh
1992
El C.I.D. (TV Series) as
Jack
- Nothing Is Forever (1992) - Jack
1992
A Time to Dance (TV Mini Series) as
Andrew Powell
- Episode #1.3 (1992) - Andrew Powell
- Episode #1.2 (1992) - Andrew Powell
- Episode #1.1 (1992) - Andrew Powell
1991
Gray Clay Dolls (TV Movie) as
Leonard Gray
1991
A Murder of Quality (TV Movie) as
Felix D'Arcy
1991
Journey of Honor as
Capt. Crawford
1991
The War That Never Ends (TV Movie) as
Diodotus
1991
Inspector Morse (TV Series) as
Ian Matthews
- Who Killed Harry Field? (1991) - Ian Matthews
1990
The Silver Chair (TV Series) as
Aslan
- Episode #1.6 (1990) - Aslan (voice)
- Episode #1.4 (1990) - Aslan (voice)
- Episode #1.3 (1990) - Aslan (voice)
- Episode #1.1 (1990) - Aslan (voice)
1990
Boon (TV Series) as
Lawrence Drake
- The Tender Trap (1990) - Lawrence Drake
1990
Bethune: The Making of a Hero as
Alan Coleman
1990
Not with a Bang (TV Series) as
Brian Appleyard
- Graham Plans a Murder (1990) - Brian Appleyard
- The Art Gallery (1990) - Brian Appleyard
- The Balloon Brainwave (1990) - Brian Appleyard
- The Diaries (1990) - Brian Appleyard
- Can Graham Do It? (1990) - Brian Appleyard
- The Grand Meal to Celebrate a New Beginning (1990) - Brian Appleyard
- The World Disappears (1990) - Brian Appleyard
1990
Jekyll and Hyde (TV Movie) as
Jeffrey Utterson, Esquire
1989
The Nightmare Years (TV Mini Series) as
Putzi Hanfstaengl
- Episode #1.4 (1989) - Putzi Hanfstaengl
- Episode #1.3 (1989) - Putzi Hanfstaengl
- Part 2 (1989) - Putzi Hanfstaengl
- Part 1 (1989) - Putzi Hanfstaengl
1989
Prince Caspian and the Voyage of the Dawn Treader (TV Series) as
Aslan
- Voyage of the Dawn Treader: Part 4 (1989) - Aslan (voice)
- Voyage of the Dawn Treader: Part 3 (1989) - Aslan (voice)
- Voyage of the Dawn Treader: Part 2 (1989) - Aslan (voice)
- Prince Caspian: Part 2 (1989) - Aslan (voice)
- Prince Caspian: Part 1 (1989) - Aslan (voice)
1989
A Dry White Season as
Louw
1989
Danny the Champion of the World (TV Movie) as
Captain Lancaster
1989
Behaving Badly (TV Mini Series) as
Mark
- The Horse May Talk (1989) - Mark
- Seize the Day (1989) - Mark
- Home Fires (1989) - Mark
- The Tale of the Turbot (1989) - Mark
1988
The Lion, the Witch & the Wardrobe (TV Mini Series) as
Aslan
- Episode #1.6 (1988) - Aslan (voice)
- Episode #1.5 (1988) - Aslan (voice)
- Episode #1.1 (1988) - Aslan (voice)
1988
The Hound of the Baskervilles (TV Movie) as
Barrymore
1978
The ITV Play (TV Series) as
Konstantin Stanislavski
- Chekhov in Yalta (1988) - Konstantin Stanislavski
- Memories (1978)
1988
Theatre Night (TV Series) as
Sir Lucius O'Trigger
- The Rivals (1988) - Sir Lucius O'Trigger
1988
The Attic: The Hiding of Anne Frank (TV Movie) as
Koophuis
1988
Bergerac (TV Series) as
Sir Antony Villiers
- Burnt (1988) - Sir Antony Villiers
1987
Testimony as
Marshall Tukhachevsky
1987
Fortunes of War (TV Mini Series) as
Prince Yakimov
- Greece: October 1940 (1987) - Prince Yakimov
- Romania: June 1940 (1987) - Prince Yakimov
- Romania: January 1940 (1987) - Prince Yakimov
- The Balkans: September 1939 (1987) - Prince Yakimov
1987
Matlock (TV Series) as
Sir Alec Moore
- The Billionaire (1987) - Sir Alec Moore
1987
The Fourth Protocol as
Wynne-Evans
1986
Unnatural Causes (TV Series) as
James Tripp
- Ladies' Night (1986) - James Tripp
1986
The Mission as
Hontar
1985
Einstein (TV Mini Series) as
Albert Einstein
- Episode #1.4 (1985) - Albert Einstein
- Episode #1.3 (1985) - Albert Einstein
- Episode #1.1 (1985) - Albert Einstein
- Episode #1.2 (1985) - Albert Einstein
1985
Eleni as
Spiro
1985
Oscar (TV Series) as
Edward Carson
- Trials (1985) - Edward Carson
1985
Moving (TV Series) as
Frank Gladwyn
- Episode #1.6 (1985) - Frank Gladwyn
- Episode #1.5 (1985) - Frank Gladwyn
- Episode #1.4 (1985) - Frank Gladwyn
- Episode #1.3 (1985) - Frank Gladwyn
- Episode #1.2 (1985) - Frank Gladwyn
- Episode #1.1 (1985) - Frank Gladwyn
1984
Puccini (TV Movie) as
Giulio Ricordi
1984
Camille (TV Movie) as
Jean
1984
Sharing Time (TV Series) as
Philip
- For Business Reasons (1984) - Philip
1984
Pope John Paul II (TV Movie) as
Jan Tyranowski
1984
All the World's a Stage (TV Mini Series) as
Extract from The Way of the World
- Silk Stockings and White Bosoms (1984) - Extract from The Way of the World
1984
Crown Court (TV Series) as
Stephen Hodges
- Mother Figures: Part 1 (1984) - Stephen Hodges
1983
Wagner (TV Mini Series) as
Nietzsche / Friedrich Nietzsche
- Episode #1.10 (1983) - Nietzsche
- Episode #1.3 (1983) - Friedrich Nietzsche (uncredited)
- Episode #1.9 (1983) - Nietzsche
- Episode #1.8 (1983) - Nietzsche
1983
Waters of the Moon (TV Movie) as
Julius Winterhalter
1983
Crystal Spirit: Orwell on Jura (TV Movie) as
George Orwell
1973
Jackanory (TV Series) as
Storyteller
- The Song of Pentecost: Part 5 - Owl of Lickey Top (1983) - Storyteller
- The Song of Pentecost: Part 4 - The Battle of Snake's Pool (1983) - Storyteller
- The Song of Pentecost: Part 3 - Fox of Furrowfield (1983) - Storyteller
- The Song of Pentecost: Part 2 - Across the Great River (1983) - Storyteller
- The Song of Pentecost: Part 1 - Pentecosts Old and New (1983) - Storyteller
- The Revenge of Samuel Stokes: Part 5 (1982) - Storyteller
- The Revenge of Samuel Stokes: Part 4 (1982) - Storyteller
- The Revenge of Samuel Stokes: Part 3 (1982) - Storyteller
- The Revenge of Samuel Stokes: Part 2 (1982) - Storyteller
- The Revenge of Samuel Stokes: Part 1 (1982) - Storyteller
- The Faithless Lollybird and Other Stories: Crusader's Toby (1981) - Storyteller
- The Faithless Lollybird and Other Stories: The Night the Stars Were Gone (1981) - Storyteller
- The Faithless Lollybird and Other Stories: Memory (1981) - Storyteller
- The Faithless Lollybird and Other Stories: Moonshine in the Mustard Pot (1981) - Storyteller
- The Faithless Lollybird and Other Stories: The Faithless Lollybird (1981) - Storyteller
- Willow's Luck: Part 5 - A Helping Hand (1978) - Storyteller
- Willow's Luck: Part 4 - The Gypsy Girl (1978) - Storyteller
- Willow's Luck: Part 3 - Badger's Wood (1978) - Storyteller
- Willow's Luck: Part 2 - A Secret Friend (1978) - Storyteller
- Willow's Luck: Part 1 - The Hut in the Wood (1978) - Storyteller
- The Ghost of Thomas Kempe: Part 5 - A Ghost Is Laid (1977) - Storyteller
- The Ghost of Thomas Kempe: Part 4 - Widdow Veritie Is a Wytche (1977) - Storyteller
- The Ghost of Thomas Kempe: Part 3 - Begone! (1977) - Storyteller
- The Ghost of Thomas Kempe: Part 2 - Sorcerer's Apprentice (1977) - Storyteller
- The Ghost of Thomas Kempe: Part 1 - The First Message (1977) - Storyteller
- A Stranger at Green Knowe: Part 5 - The Hunt (1975) - Storyteller
- A Stranger at Green Knowe: Part 4 - Ping, the Little Gorilla (1975) - Storyteller
- A Stranger at Green Knowe: Part 3 - Toseland Thicket (1975) - Storyteller
- A Stranger at Green Knowe: Part 2 - The Monkey House (1975) - Storyteller
- A Stranger at Green Knowe: Part 1 - Capture (1975) - Storyteller
- The Moon on the Water: Part 5 - Journey's End (1974) - Storyteller
- The Moon on the Water: Part 4 - Fernanda's Story (1974) - Storyteller
- The Moon on the Water: Part 3 - Carla and Carlo (1974) - Storyteller
- The Moon on the Water: Part 2 - A Terrible Trap (1974) - Storyteller
- The Moon on the Water: Part 1 - The Gypsy's Secret (1974) - Storyteller
- The Tinsel November: Part 5 - A New Master (1973) - Storyteller
- The Tinsel November: Part 4 - The House in the Park (1973) - Storyteller
- The Tinsel November: Part 3 - A Hollow Tree (1973) - Storyteller
- The Tinsel November: Part 2 - Guy's Birthday (1973) - Storyteller
- The Tinsel November: Part 1 - Arlechino Swoons (1973) - Storyteller
1983
Never Say Never Again as
Elliott
1982
Verdi (TV Mini Series) as
Giuseppe Verdi
- Il vecchio mago (1982) - Giuseppe Verdi
- Celeste Aida (1982) - Giuseppe Verdi
- Gli anni difficili (1982) - Giuseppe Verdi
- La Signora Verdi (1982) - Giuseppe Verdi
- Inventare il vero (1982) - Giuseppe Verdi
- Gli anni di galera (1982) - Giuseppe Verdi
- Il successo (1982) - Giuseppe Verdi
- Gli anni più duri (1982) - Giuseppe Verdi
- Infanzia e giovinezza (1982) - Giuseppe Verdi
1982
The Letter (TV Movie) as
Howard Joyce
1982
Ivanhoe (TV Movie) as
Prince John
1981
Diamonds (TV Series) as
Mr. Wells
- House of Cards (1981) - Mr. Wells
1980
Nijinsky as
Igor Stravinsky
1979
Tropic (TV Series) as
Andrew Maiby
- Chapter Six: Stormy Saturday (1979) - Andrew Maiby
- Chapter Five: Worse on Friday (1979) - Andrew Maiby
- Chapter Four: Thwarted Thursday (1979) - Andrew Maiby
- Chapter Three: Wonderful Wednesday (1979) - Andrew Maiby
- Chapter Two: Sweet Sunday (1979) - Andrew Maiby
- Chapter One: Monday's Child (1979) - Andrew Maiby
1979
Zulu Dawn as
Lt. Harford
1978
BBC2 Play of the Week (TV Series) as
Norman Reynolds / Ian
- In England's Green and Pleasant Land (1979) - Norman Reynolds
- For Tea on Sunday (1978) - Ian
1979
The BBC Television Shakespeare (TV Series) as
Cranmer, Archbishop of Canterbury
- Henry VIII (1979) - Cranmer, Archbishop of Canterbury
1978
The Thirty Nine Steps as
Bayliss
1977
ITV Playhouse (TV Series) as
Graham
- The Proofing Session (1977) - Graham
1977
...but the clouds... (TV Short)
1977
Ghost Trio (TV Short)
1977
Romance (TV Series) as
Rory Balneath
- Emily (1977) - Rory Balneath
1977
Joseph Andrews as
Mr. Wilson
1976
Blue Peter Special Assignment (TV Series) as
John Keats
- Keats at Wentworth Place (1976) - John Keats (voice)
1975
The Philanthropist (TV Movie) as
Philip
1975
The Fight Against Slavery (TV Mini Series) as
William Pitt
- A Grateful Peasantry (1975) - William Pitt
- Tight Packers and Loose Packers (1975) - William Pitt
- A Matter of Insurance (1975) - William Pitt
1975
2nd House (TV Series) as
Axel in Comrades
- Wife for Life? (1975) - Axel in Comrades
1967
BBC Play of the Month (TV Series) as
Edgar / Brother Martin Ladvenu / Ariel / ...
- King Lear (1975) - Edgar
- St. Joan (1968) - Brother Martin Ladvenu
- The Tempest (1968) - Ariel
- Romeo and Juliet (1967) - Mercutio
1974
Jennie: Lady Randolph Churchill (TV Mini Series) as
Lord Randolph Churchill
- Triumph and Tragedy (1974) - Lord Randolph Churchill
- Recovery (1974) - Lord Randolph Churchill
- Lady Randolph (1974) - Lord Randolph Churchill
- Jennie Jerome (1974) - Lord Randolph Churchill
1974
Father Brown (TV Series) as
Kalon
- The Eye of Apollo (1974) - Kalon
1974
Mahler as
Nick
1974
Play for Today (TV Series) as
Richard Massingham
- All Good Men (1974) - Richard Massingham
1973
The Dragon's Opponent (TV Series) as
Jack Howard
- The Battle (1973) - Jack Howard
- The Drawn Sword (1973) - Jack Howard
- Banishment (1973) - Jack Howard
- Rebellion (1973) - Jack Howard
1973
The Roses of Eyam (TV Movie) as
Reverend William Mompesson
1973
The Day of the Jackal as
The Forger
1973
ITV Saturday Night Theatre (TV Series) as
Edmund Tyrone
- Long Day's Journey Into Night (1973) - Edmund Tyrone
1973
Full House (TV Series documentary) as
George in George Reborn
- Episode #1.12 (1973) - George in George Reborn
1970
Three Sisters as
The Baron
1967
Much Ado About Nothing (TV Movie) as
Don Pedro
1964
Doctor Who (TV Series) as
Physician
- The Tyrant of France (1964) - Physician
Soundtrack
1974
Mahler (performer: "Frere Jacques" - uncredited)
Self
2013
Arena (TV Series documentary) as
Self
- The National Theatre: Part One - The Dream (2013) - Self
2012
The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel: Behind the Story: Lights, Colours and Smiles (Video documentary short) as
Self / Norman Cousins
2011
The Jury: Emma Watts QC (Video documentary short) as
Self / Jeffrey Livingstone (uncredited)
2011
The Jury: The Jurors (Video documentary short) as
Self / Jeffrey Livingstone (uncredited)
2011
The Jury: The Legal Team (Video documentary short) as
Self / Jeffrey Livingstone (uncredited)
2011
The Many Faces of... (TV Series documentary) as
Self
- Dame Judi Dench (2011) - Self
2001
This Is Your Life (TV Series documentary) as
Self
- Charles Collingwood (2003) - Self
- Charles Dance (2001) - Self
1993
Horizon (TV Series documentary) as
Self - Narrator
- Resurrecting the Dead Sea Scrolls (1993) - Self - Narrator (voice)
1992
The Royal Collection (TV Series documentary) as
Readings
- The Collectors (1992) - Readings (voice)
1990
The South Bank Show (TV Series documentary) as
Narrator
- Hindemith: A Pilgrim's Progress (1990) - Narrator (voice)
1988
Five to Eleven (TV Series) as
Self - Presenter
- Episode dated 31 May 1988 (1988) - Self - Presenter
- Episode dated 6 May 1988 (1988) - Self - Presenter
- Episode dated 5 May 1988 (1988) - Self - Presenter
- Episode dated 4 May 1988 (1988) - Self - Presenter
- Episode dated 3 May 1988 (1988) - Self - Presenter
- Episode dated 2 May 1988 (1988) - Self - Presenter
1985
Bookmark (TV Series) as
Self - Reader
- Beckett at 80 (1986)
- V.S.P. (1985) - Self - Reader
1979
The Book Programme (TV Series documentary) as
Reader
- V.S. Naipaul (1979) - Reader
1977
The Lively Arts (TV Series documentary)
- Shades: Three Plays by Samuel Beckett (1977)
1974
Aquarius (TV Series documentary) as
Self - as narrator
- Midland Theatre/Patience And Pirates/Paradise Lost (1974) - Self - as narrator
Archive Footage
2021
TCM Remembers 2021 (TV Special) as
Self / actor
2020
Thistle 2 as
The Archbishop
2015
Mark Lawson Talks to... (TV Series) as
Norman Cousins
- Celia Imrie (2015) - Norman Cousins (uncredited)
1995
Auntie's Bloomers (TV Series documentary)
- Auntie's New Bloomers 3 (1995)
1982
Masterpiece Mystery (TV Series) as
Kalon
- Father Brown, Series I: The Eye of Apollo (1982) - Kalon

References

Ronald Pickup Wikipedia


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