Clive Morton

Active - 1932 - 1974  |   Born - Mar 16, 1904   |   Died - Sep 24, 1975   |   Genres - Comedy, Drama, Crime, Science Fiction, Adventure

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British actor Clive Morton was an employee of the East India Dock Company before deciding to "tread the boards." Morton's old-school-tie personality and men's-club looks served him well in securing numerous film roles as aristocrats or snobbish business executives. Seldom having more than a scene or two in any film (his first was 1932's Fires of Fate, his last was 1974's 11 Harrowhouse), Morton nonetheless made the most of his limited screen time in such quality productions as Scott of the Antarctic (1949), Richard III (1956), Lawrence of Arabia (1962) and Young Winston (1971). Perhaps as a reward for his long cinema service, Clive Morton was allowed longer scenes and better lines, in his prolific TV work.

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