Agatha Christie
George Bernard Shaw
Ingrid Bergman
(Movies & TV)
Robert Donat
(Movies & TV)

See also

Francis L. Sullivan

Knowledge Identifier: +Francis_L._Sullivan


Francis L. Sullivan

English film and stage actor add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1903.

Countries: United Kingdom (50%), Sweden (17%), Ireland (17%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Agatha Christie, George Bernard Shaw, Ingrid Bergman

Linked to: Stonyhurst College




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Francis L. Sullivan was born in 1903 add something


A heavily built man with a striking double-chin and a deep voice, Sullivan made his acting debut at the Old Vic aged 18 in Shakespeare's Richard III and appeared in his first film in 1932 add something


Sullivan played the part of Jaggers in two versions of Charles Dickens's "Great Expectations" - in 1934 and 1946 add something


He appeared in a fourth Dickens film, the 1935 Universal Pictures version of "The Mystery of Edwin Drood", in which he played Crisparkle add something


Also in 1938 he starred in a revival of the Stokes brothers' play "Oscar Wilde" at London's Arts Theatre add something


In 1938, he was featured in "The Citadel", starring Robert Donat, and a decade later, he played the role of Pierre Cauchon in the technicolor version of "Joan of Arc", starring Ingrid Bergman add something


He played the role of Pothinus in the 1945 film version of George Bernard Shaw's "Caesar and Cleopatra" add something


Sullivan, who eventually became a naturalized US citizen, won a Tony award in 1955 for the Agatha Christie play "Witness for the Prosecution" add something

Francis L. Sullivan died in 1956 add something