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Ronald Leigh-Hunt (Ronald Frederick Leigh-Hunt)

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Biography

London, England, UK
Ronald Leigh-Hunt trained for acting at the Italia Conti School. He made his debut in regional repertory theatre. In films from 1950, he was rarely out of work, usually cast in subtle authoritarian or aristocratic roles. Cultured and dapper, latterly white-haired, he was particularly noted for his resonant voice (outside of acting, he sidelined in training business leaders in public speaking), impeccable manner and stylish attire.

Though very often only in small supporting roles, Leigh-Hunt was seen in several big budget features, ranging from Khartoum (1966) to The Omen (1976). He also played Florenz Ziegfeld Jr. Read more...

Actor

Character: Inspector Hinton

Tread Softly 1952

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Character: Dr. Milligan

Flannelfoot 1953

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Character: Doctor Scott, psychiatrist

Tiger by the Tail 1955

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Character: Col. Julian Fentriss M.I.5.

Assignment Redhead 1956

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Character: Norman Farrel

Shadow of a Man 1956

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Character: Kleivar

Pasaporte al infierno 1956

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Character: Police Superintendent - Final Scene

The League of Gentlemen 1960

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Character: Commander Royal Navy

We Joined the Navy 1962

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Character: Thursby

Where the Bullets Fly 1966

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Character: Mr. Fishie

Baxter! 1973

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Character: Gentleman at Rugby Match

The Omen 1976

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Character: Priest marrying Bobby and Natasha

Who Is Killing the Great Chefs of Europe? 1978

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Character: Somers, Officer on 'King George V'

Sink the Bismarck! 1960

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Character: Major Lampson

Minder 1979

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Character: Ames

Mogul 1965

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Character: Col. Walter Martyn

Court Martial 1965

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Character: Lord Northbrook

Khartoum 1966

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Character: Gen. Pagel

Ike: The War Years 1979

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Character: Lt-Col. Arlington

Drama 61-67 1961

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