Glover, Julian 1935-

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Glover, Julian 1935-


Full name, Julian Wyatt Glover; born March 27, 1935, in London, England; son of C. Gordon and Honor (maiden name, Wyatt) Glover; married Eileen Atkins (an actress), 1957 (divorced, 1966); married Isla Blair (an actress), September 28, 1968; children: (second marriage) Jamie (an actor). Education: Graduated from the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. Avocational Interests: Carpentry, writing.


Agent—Conway Van Gelder, Ltd., 18-21 Jermyn St., 3rd Floor, London SW1 6HP United Kingdom.



Awards, Honors:

Laurence Olivier Award, best supporting actor in a play, Society of West End Theatre, 1993, for Henry IV, Parts 1 & 2.


Stage Appearances:

(Stage debut) Pantomime, New Theatre, Bromley, England, 1953.

Albany, King Lear, Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon, England, 1959.

(London debut) S.S. Officer, Altona, Royal Court Theatre, then Saville Theatre, 1961.

Knight, Luther, Royal Court Theatre, then Phoenix Theatre, London, 1961.

Orsino, Twelfth Night, Royal Court Theatre, 1962.

The Baron, The Lower Depths, New Arts Theatre, London, 1962.

Tolen, The Knack, Royal Court Theatre, 1962.

Franco Laspiga, Naked, Royal Court Theatre, 1963.

Brutus, The Ides of March, Haymarket Theatre, London, 1963.

Hotspur, Henry IV, Edinburgh Festival, Edinburgh, Scotland, 1964.

Title role, The Pastime of M. Robert, Hampstead Theatre, London, 1966.

Standard, The Constant Couple, New Theatre, London, 1967.

Harry, The Family Reunion, Arnaud Theatre, Guildford, England, 1968.

Don John, Much Ado About Nothing, Edinburgh Festival, 1970.

Boswell, Boswell's Life of Johnson, Edinburgh Festival, 1970.

Mr. Medley, The Man of Mode, Royal Shakespeare Company, Aldwych Theatre, London, 1971.

Rogozhin, Subject to Fits, Royal Shakespeare Company, Place Theatre, London, 1971.

Captain Starkey, We Bombed in New Haven, Forum Theatre, Billingham, England, 1973.

Antony, Antony and Cleopatra, Bankside Globe Theatre, London, 1973.

Mr. Manningham, Gaslight, Arnaud Theatre, 1974.

Sherlock Holmes, Sherlock's Last Case, Open Space Theatre, London, 1974.

Mirabell, The Way of the World, Arnaud Theatre, 1975.

Jeff, Otherwise Engaged, Queen's Theatre, London, 1975.

Archie, Jumpers, National Theatre Company, Lyttelton Theatre, London, 1976.

Warwick, Henry VI, Parts I, II and III, Royal Shakespeare Company, Royal Shakespeare Theatre, 1977.

Tullus Aufidius, Coriolanus, Royal Shakespeare Company, Royal Shakespeare Theatre, 1977.

King Charles VI of France, Henry V, Aldwych Theatre, 1978.

Warwick, Henry VI, Aldwych Theatre, 1978.

Great English Eccentrics (triple-bill), Old Vic Theatre, London, 1978.

Gordon, Cousin Vladimir, Aldwych Theatre, 1978.

Alonzo, The Changeling, Aldwych Theatre, 1978.

Claudius, Hamlet, Old Vic Theatre, 1979.

De Guiche, Cyrano de Bergerac, Royal Haymarket Theatre, London, 1993.

An Inspector Calls, National Theatre, then Aldwych Theatre, 1993.

Title role, Henry IV, Parts 1 & 2, Barbican Centre, London, 1993.

Chips with Everything, Royal National Theatre, London, 1997.

Prayers of Sherkin, Old Vic Theatre, 1997.

Waiting for Godot, Old Vic Theatre, 1998.

Phedre and Britannicus, Albery Theatre, London, 1998.

Narcissus, Britannicus, Majestic Theatre, Brooklyn Academy of Music, New York City, 1999.

Theseus, Phedre, Almeida Theatre, London, c. 1999.

Duncan and Porter, Macbeth, Albery Theatre, 2002.

Galileo's Daughter, Peter Hall Company, Bath, England, 2004.

John of Gaunt, Richard II, Old Vic Theatre, 2005.

The Dresser, Duke of York Theatre, London, 2005.

Voysey, The Voyssey Inheritance, National Theatre, 2006.

Also appeared in A Penny for a Song, Whitehall Theatre, Dundee, England; Macbeth, Albery Theatre, London; as Prospero, The Tempest, Nuffield Theatre, Southampton, England; title role, King Lear, Globe Theatre, London.

Major Tours:

Demetrius, A Midsummer Night's Dream, South American and European cities, 1964.

Morocco, The Merchant of Venice, South American and European cities, 1964.

Hector, Thieves' Carnival, Prospect Productions, British cities, 1967.

Boswell, Boswell's Life of Ben Johnson, Prospect Productions, British cities, 1967 and 1970.

Pierre, Venice Preserved, Prospect Productions, British cities, 1970.

Benedick, Much Ado About Nothing, Prospect Productions, British cities, 1970.

Taking Sides, British cities, 2003-2004.

The Dresser, British cities, 2004-2005.

Also toured in In Praise of Love, U.K. cities.

Film Appearances:

(Film debut) Lieutenant Northerton, Tom Jones, Lopert, 1963.

Malachi Sullivan, The Girl with Green Eyes, 1964.

Don Fortune, The Alphabet Murders (also known as The ABC Murders), 1966.

Dr. Matthew Langdon, I Was Happy Here (also known as Time Lost and Time Remembered and Passage of Love), 1966.

Charles Marquis, Theatre of Death (also known as Blood Fiend and The Female Fiend), 1967.

Colonel Breen, Quatermass and the Pit (also known as Five Million Years to Earth and The Mind Benders), 1967.

Anton, The Magus, 1968.

Shrdlu, The Adding Machine, 1969.

Athelstan, Alfred the Great, 1969.

Proculeius, Antony and Cleopatra (also known as Antoine et Cleopatre and Marco Antonio y Cleopatra), Rank, 1970.

Hindley Earnshaw, Wuthering Heights, American International Pictures, 1970.

Colonel Moffat, The Rise and Rise of Michael Rimmer, Warner Bros., 1970.

Andy Royale, The Last Grenade, Cinerama, 1970.

Gapon, Nicholas and Alexandra, Columbia, 1971.

Fegelein, Hitler: The Last Ten Days (also known as Gli ultimi 10 giorni di Hitler), Paramount, 1973.

The Knight, Luther, American Film Theatre, 1974.

Commander Marderer, Juggernaut (also known as Terror on the Britannic), United Artists, 1974.

Arnold Pryce-Jones, The Internecine Project (also known as G, Ein Mann stellt eine falle, and Der Schwarze Panther), Allied Artists, 1974.

Lodge, Dead Cert, 1974.

Voice, Gulliver's Travels (animated), Sunn Classics, 1977.

Teddy, The Brute, 1977.

General Maximillian Veers, Star Wars: Episode V—The Empire Strikes Back (also known as The Empire Strikes Back and Star Wars V: The Empire Strikes Back), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1980.

Aristotle Kristatos, For Your Eyes Only, United Artists, 1981.

Mr. Crawford, the District Collector (The Nineteen Twenties in the Civil Lines at Satipur) Heat and Dust, Universal, 1983.

Behind Enemy Lines (also known as P.O.W. the Escape), 1986.

Brian Harcourt-Smith, The Fourth Protocol, Lorimar, 1987.

Alfred, Hearts of Fire, Lorimar, 1987.

Don Card, Cry Freedom, Universal, 1987.

Walter Donovan, Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, Paramount, 1989.

Ian Taylor, Tusks (also known as Fire in Eden), Magnum, 1990.

King Gustav, King Ralph, Universal, 1991.

Matthew, La chance (also known as Power and Lovers), Light Age Filmworks, 1994.

Sir Robert Willoughby, The House of Angelo, Tripal Productions, 1997.

General Willis, The Dance of Shiva (short), Epiphany Productions, 1998.

Prince de Conde, Vatel, Miramax, 2000.

Riley, The Cavendish Profile, 2001.

The Book of Eve (also known as Histoire d'Eve), Lions Gate Films, 2002.

Colonel Hatchard, Two Men Went to War, Guerilla Films, 2002.

Aragog, Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (also known as Harry Potter und die kammer des schreckens), Warner Bros., 2002.

Kean, Out of Time (short), 2003.

Himself, Indiana Jones: Making the Trilogy (documentary), Paramount Home Video, 2003.

Triopas, Troy, Warner Bros., 2004.

(English version) Voice of Kahro, Strings (animated), Wellspring Media, 2004.

Himself, Paris in Springtime (documentary), 2 Entertain, 2005.

Himself, Bond in Greece (documentary short), 2006.

Lord Lyman, Scoop, Focus Features, 2006.

80-year-old blind man, Big Nothing, First Look International, 2006.

Robert Esseker, Mirrors, Twentieth Century-Fox, 2008.

Wellington, The Young Victoria, 2008.

Television Appearances; Series:

Richard the Lionheart, Count Scarlioni, Scaroth, Doctor Who, BBC, 1965, 1979.

Commander Anderson, Spy Trap, BBC, 1972.

Jackson, Boy Dominic, ITV, 1974.

Colonel James Cadogan, Wish Me Luck, ITV, 1988-89.

Andrew Blake, The Chief, 1995.

Jim, Degrees of Error, BBC, 1995.

Television Appearances; Miniseries:

Edward IV, An Age of Kings, BBC and PBS, 1960.

Igor Zaminski, QB VII, ABC, 1974.

Robert Moore, Guerre en pays neutre, 1981.

Philip II, The Search for Alexander the Great, PBS, 1981.

Dr. Stefan Kilkiss, Q.E.D. (also known as Mastermind) CBS, 1982.

Dombey, Dombey & Son, BBC, 1983.

Lord Revelstoke, Nancy Astor (also known as Masterpiece Theatre: Nancy Astor), PBS and BBC, 1984.

Kilian von Roggenburg, Jenseits der Morgenroete (also known as The Secret of the Black Dragon), 1985.

Colonel Kobylinski, Anastasia: The Mystery of Anna, NBC, 1986.

Sir Martin Lacey, "By the Sword Divided," Masterpiece Theatre, PBS, 1986.

Felix Hurst, Cover Her Face, ITV and PBS, 1987.

Colonel Cadogan, Wish Me Luck, 1987.

Max Warburg, Warburg: A Man of Influence (also known as Warburg, le banquier des princes), 1991.

Claude Monet-older, The Impressionists, 2006.

Television Appearances; Movies:

Esau, The Story of Jacob and Joseph, ABC, 1974.

Gifford, Mirror of Deception (also known as Good Salary—Prospects—Free Coffin and Thriller: Good Salary—Prospects—Free Coffin), ABC, 1975.

A Sprig of Broom, 1975.

Alexander Dubcek, Invasion, Granada, 1980.

King Richard, Ivanhoe, CBS, 1982.

Colonel Creighton, Kim, CBS, 1984.

Professor Ivar Thoresen, Behind Enemy Lines (also known as 92 Grosvenor Street), NBC, 1985.

Senior Police Officer, Mandela, HBO, 1987.

Colonel McGraw, "The Secret Garden," Hallmark Hall of Fame, CBS, 1987.

Doctor Livesey, Treasure Island (also known as Devil's Treasure), TNT, 1990.

Joseph Haydn, Not Mozart: Letters, Riddles, and Writs, BBC, 1991.

Money for Nothing (also known as Hot Millions), 1993.

Bielert, The Infiltrator, HBO, 1995.

Harper Knowles, Trial & Retribution: The Lovers (also known as Trial & Retribution IX), ITV, 2005.

Television Appearances; Specials:

French constable, Henry V (also known as BBC Shakespeare: "The Life of Henry the Fifth" and BBC Television Shakespeare: "Henry V"), BBC, 1979.

Duke of Buckingham, "Henry VIII," The Shakespeare Plays (also known as BBC Television Shakespeare: "Henry VIII"), BBC and PBS, 1979.

The Jail Diary of Albie Sachs, BBC, 1981.

Scaroth, Resistance Is Useless, 1992.

Count Scarlioni, "Doctor Who": Thirty Years in the Tardis (also known as "Doctor Who": More Than Thirty Years in the Tardis), 1993.

(Uncredited) Himself, James Bond: A BAFTA Tribute, BBC, 2002.

Television Appearances; Pilots:

Schroder, Quiller: Night of the Father, ABC, 1975.

Television Appearances; Episodic:

Dave Sheridan, "Botany Bay," Out of This World, syndicated, 1962.

Jack Fraser, "Date for Deception," No Hiding Place, ITV, 1962.

Derek, "Day Trip," Z Cars, BBC, 1962.

Harold Bolton, "Lucky Partners," Z Cars, BBC, 1964.

Tovarich, "Never Turn Your Back on a Friend," Espionage, ITV and NBC, 1964.

Mr. Halloran, "The Lawless Lady," The Saint, ITV, 1964.

Vogel, "Two's a Crowd," The Avengers, ABC, 1965.

Major Mathys, "For the West," Wednesday Play, BBC, 1965.

William of Normandy, "A Choice of Kings," ITV Play of the Week (also known as Play of the Week), ITV, 1966.

"Oldenberg," Thirty-Minute Theatre, BBC, 1967.

"Leave Me Alone," Thirty-Minute Theatre, BBC, 1967.

Masgard, "The Living Dead," The Avengers, ABC, 1967.

"A Choice of Kings," NET Playhouse, NET, 1967.

Anderson, "The Fanatics," The Champions, NBC, 1968.

Peter Rooke, "Split!" The Avengers, ABC, 1968.

Ramon Falconi, "Invitation to Danger," The Saint, ITV, 1968.

James, "Charlie," Wednesday Play, BBC, 1968.

James Hanson, "Report 2475: Revenge—When a Man Hates," Strange Report, ITV, 1969.

"The Back of Beyond," W. Somerset Maugham, 1969.

Rupert Lasindall, "Pandora," The Avengers, ABC, 1969.

Frank, "Park People," ITV Saturday Night Theatre (also known as ITV Sunday Night Theatre), ITV, 1969.

"A Doll's House," ITV Saturday Night Theatre (also known as ITV Sunday Night Theatre), ITV, 1970.

Paul, "A Different Kind of War," Manhunt, ITV, 1970.

Kevin Travers, "The Black Room," Paul Temple, BBC, 1970.

Spangle, "Laying It Off for Spangle," Thirty-Minute Theatre, BBC, 1970.

Wixon, "Michael Regan," Play for Today, BBC1, 1971.

John, "Variations on a Theme," Jason King, ITV, 1971.

Karsky, "That'll Be the Day," Callan, ITV, 1972.

Duschene, "Rogues Gallery," New Scotland Yard, ITV, 1973.

Alfred Barton, "The Mohabite Cypher," The Rivals of Sherlock Holmes, 1973.

Aegisthus, Clytaemnestra's second husband, "Electra," Play of the Month, BBC, 1974.

Denver, "Tower of Destruction," The Hanged Man, YTV, 1975.

Bernard Stone, "Queen's Pawn," The Sweeney, ITV, 1975.

Jarak, "Alpha Child," Space: 1999 (also known as Spazio: 1999), syndicated, 1975.

Lewis Naylor, "A Slight Case of Love," Dixon of Dock Green, BBC, 1975.

Gifford, "Good Salary, Prospects, Free Coffin," Thriller, ATV, 1975.

Shroder, "Night of the Father," Quiller, BBC, 1975.

Professor Kayn, "Breakdown," Blake's 7, BBC1, 1978.

Count Scarlioni, "City of Death," Doctor Who, 1979.

Interviewer, "Journal of Bridget Hitler," BBC2 Playhouse, BBC2, 1981.

Anthony Belgrave, "A Proper Man," Crown Court, ITV, 1983.

Anthony Belgrave, "Dirty Washing," Crown Court, ITV, 1984.

Andrei Volkov, "The Defector," Mr. Palfrey of Westminster, Thames, 1984.

Inspector Lombard, "Steele Searching: Parts 1 & 2," Remington Steele, 1985.

Police Inspector Stokesy, "Deja Vu: Parts 1 & 2," Magnum P.I., 1985.

"On the Hook," Travelling Man, Granada, 1985.

Ernest, "Zoe's Fever," Ladies in Charge, ITV, 1986.

Mr. Arnold Richardson, "Hanging On," Casualty, 1989.

Philip Grace, "Fall from Grace," TECX, 1990.

Per Wemstrom, "Diplomatic Incident," Bergerac, BBC1, 1990.

Sir Sebastian Pilgrim, "Rumpole and the Reform of Joby Johnson," Rumpole of the Bailey, ITV and PBS, 1992.

Sir Hubert Handesley, "A Many Lay Dead," Alleyn Mysteries (also known as Inspector Alleyn and Ngaio Marsh's "Alleyn Mysteries"), BBC and PBS, 1993.

"Money for Nothing," Screen One, BBC, 1993.

George Harran, "Cast Not Your Pearls Before Swine: Parts 1 & 2," The Darling Buds of May, ITV, 1993.

Frank Whymark, "Double Edged Sword," Lovejoy, BBC and Arts and Entertainment, 1994.

Superintendent Jack McVitie, "Hellfire," Taggart, ITV, 1994.

Superintendent Drummond, "Black Orchid," Taggart, ITV, 1995.

Leoric Ashby, "The Devil's Novice," Cadfael (also known as Mystery!: "Cadfael"), ITV and PBS, 1995.

Henry Trace, "Killings at Badgers Drift," Midsomer Murders, ITV and Arts and Entertainment, 1997.

Ian Richards, "A Christmas Carol: Part 1," Holby City (also known as Holby), BBC, 2000.

Derek, "Old Flames," Born and Bred, BBC and PBS, 2003.

William Laurence, "The Hardest Word: Part 1," Waking the Dead, BBC, 2004.