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Clive Merrison is a Actor British born on 15 september 1945 at Tenby (United-kingdom)

Clive Merrison

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Nationality United-kingdom
Birth 15 september 1945 (74 years) at Tenby (United-kingdom)

Clive Merrison (born 15 September 1945, Tenby, Wales) is a Welsh actor of film, television, stage and radio. He trained at Rose Bruford College.

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Peter Jackson
Peter Jackson
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Laura Mulvey
Laura Mulvey
(1 films)
Emily Woof
Emily Woof
(2 films)
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Filmography of Clive Merrison (19 films)

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The Guernsey Literary & Potato Peel Pie Society, 2h3
Directed by Mike Newell
Origin United-kingdom
Genres Drama, Historical, Romance
Themes Films about writers
Actors Lily James, Michiel Huisman, Glen Powell, Jessica Brown Findlay, Katherine Parkinson, Matthew Goode
Roles Mr. Gilbert
Rating74% 3.7022153.7022153.7022153.7022153.702215
Londres, 1946. A la fin de la Seconde Guerre mondiale, Juliet Ashton, une jeune écrivaine britannique en manque d'inspiration, reçoit une lettre d'un mystérieux membre du Club de Littérature de Guernesey créé durant l'Occupation allemande. Intriguée et curieuse d'en savoir plus, elle se rend sur l'île et rencontre alors les membres excentriques et attachants du Cercle littéraire des amateurs d'épluchures de patates dont Dawsey Adams, le charmant fermier à l'origine de la lettre. Leurs confidences, son attachement à l'île et à ses habitants ou encore son affection pour Dawsey et pour les autres férus de littérature changeront à jamais le cours de sa vie ainsi que sa carrière d'écrivaine.
Riddles of the Sphinx, 1h29
Directed by Laura Mulvey, George Mendeluk
Origin Canada
Genres Science fiction, Fantastic, Fantasy, Adventure
Themes Feminist films, Political films
Actors Dina Meyer, Lochlyn Munro, Mackenzie Gray, Donnelly Rhodes, Clive Merrison, Emily Tennant
Roles Chris
Rating34% 1.734261.734261.734261.734261.73426
The film consists of 13 scenes, the majority of which are shot in long, continuous 360-degree pans of middle-class spaces occupied and encountered by the main character, Louise. Louise is dealing with a change in her lifestyle in which she must learn to negotiate domestic life and motherhood. This is occasionally interrupted by sequences of Mulvey talking to the camera, recounting the myth of Oedipus encountering the Sphinx.
The History Boys, 1h44
Directed by Nicholas Hytner
Origin United-kingdom
Genres Drama, Comedy, Comedy-drama
Themes Films about education, Films about sexuality, LGBT-related films, Films based on plays, LGBT-related films, LGBT-related film
Actors Richard Griffiths, Clive Merrison, Frances de la Tour, Stephen Campbel Moore, Samuel Anderson, Samuel Barnett
Roles Headmaster
Rating67% 3.3997253.3997253.3997253.3997253.399725
In a boys' grammar school in Sheffield in 1983, students Crowther, Posner, Dakin, Timms, Akthar, Lockwood, Scripps, and Rudge have recently obtained the school's highest ever A-level scores and are hoping to enter Oxford or Cambridge, taking a seventh-term entrance exam in History. The General Studies teacher, known by staff and boys alike by his nickname "Hector" (Richard Griffiths), is their favourite, and works alongside their deputy head and regular History teacher, Mrs Lintott (Frances de la Tour). The Headmaster, known by all as Felix, appoints a temporary contract teacher, Tom Irwin (Stephen Campbell Moore), who had been at Oxford, to help the boys along in their quest. Irwin is only a few years older than his students but proves to be a bold and demanding teacher, and particularly difficult to impress.
Julius Caesar, 2h58
Directed by Uli Edel
Origin USA
Genres Drama, War, Biography, Historical
Actors Jeremy Sisto, Richard Harris, Christopher Walken, Valeria Golino, Chris Noth, Heino Ferch
Rating66% 3.347763.347763.347763.347763.34776
The series begins in 82 BC when Julius Caesar is an eighteen-year-old man. He is out in the town with his daughter Julia when news comes that Lucius Cornelius Sulla is just outside the city walls and intends to take the city with his army. The guards sent with the news post death lists on the senate door. When he sees that his father-in-law's name is there he rushes to his house to try and help him escape. However, Pompey arrests him and takes him to Sulla. Caesar's mother, Aurelia, asks Sulla to show him mercy; out of respect for her, he promises to let Caesar live if he divorces his wife, Cornelia, but Caesar refuses. Sulla lets him go but orders Pompey to kill him and bring his heart to him. Pompey follows Caesar and tells him to leave Rome, which he does. Pompey buys a swine's heart from the market and tells Sulla that the heart is Caesar's.
Pandaemonium, 2h4
Directed by Julien Temple
Origin United-kingdom
Genres Drama, Biography
Actors Linus Roache, John Hannah, Samantha Morton, Emily Woof, Dexter Fletcher, Samuel West
Roles Dr Gillman
Rating64% 3.2469053.2469053.2469053.2469053.246905
L'histoire de la relation à la fois fructueuse et destructrice, entremêlant amitié et trahison, entre les poètes Samuel Taylor Coleridge et William Wordsworth.
Saving Grace, 1h33
Directed by Nigel Cole
Origin United-kingdom
Genres Comedy, Crime
Themes Medical-themed films, Films about drugs
Actors Brenda Blethyn, Craig Ferguson, Tchéky Karyo, Martin Clunes, Valerie Edmond, Jamie Foreman
Roles Quentin Rhodes
Rating68% 3.446943.446943.446943.446943.44694
After being unexpectedly widowed, respectable and reserved housewife Grace Trevethyn (Brenda Blethyn) discovers that her late husband ran up significant debts and left her facing foreclosure and numerous repossessions. Well liked around Port Isaac, the coastal fishing town she lives in, Grace is given emotional support by the town's inhabitants, particularly her loyal, pot-smoking gardener Matthew Stewart (Craig Ferguson), his girlfriend and the town's fisherwoman Nicky (Valerie Edmond), and their friend Dr Martin Bamford (Martin Clunes). Despite wanting to help Grace, none of the residents are able to find a way to get her out of her dire situation.
Photographing Fairies, 1h50
Directed by Nick Willing
Origin United-kingdom
Genres Drama, Science fiction, Fantastic, Fantasy
Themes Films about magic and magicians, Medical-themed films, Films about drugs, Les fées
Actors Toby Stephens, Emily Woof, Ben Kingsley, Frances Barber, Phil Davis, Bernard Gallagher
Roles Gardner
Rating68% 3.446223.446223.446223.446223.44622
In Switzerland in 1912, photographer Charles Castle (Toby Stephens) and Anna-Marie, his fiancèe, are married in an Alpine church. The following day, they are walking in the mountains when a snowstorm closes in. They are returning to the village when a crevasse opens and Anna-Marie falls into it. Charles tries to pull her out but he loses his grip and she dies. During the Great War, Castle serves as an army photographer in the trenches of France. He is photographing corpses with his assistant Roy (Phil Davis) when a mortar lands close by. Roy returns to the trenches but Castle seems unconcerned and continues photographing. He returns to the trenches just before the mortar explodes.
The English Patient, 2h42
Directed by Anthony Minghella
Origin United-kingdom
Genres Drama, War, Comedy-drama, Romance
Themes Films set in Africa, Transport films, Aviation films, Political films, Le désert
Actors Ralph Fiennes, Juliette Binoche, Willem Dafoe, Kristin Scott Thomas, Colin Firth, Naveen Andrews
Roles Fenelon-Barnes
Rating73% 3.698963.698963.698963.698963.69896
In the final days of the Italian Campaign of World War II, Hana, a French-Canadian nurse working and living in a bombed Italian monastery, looks after a critically burned man who speaks English but cannot remember his name. They are joined by Kip, a Sikh sapper in the British Army who defuses bombs and has a love affair with Hana before leaving, and David Caravaggio, a Canadian Intelligence Corps operative who was questioned by Germans and has had his thumbs cut off during a German interrogation. He questions the patient, who gradually reveals his past.
An Awfully Big Adventure, 1h52
Directed by Mike Newell
Origin United-kingdom
Genres Drama, Comedy, Romance
Themes Films about families, Films about sexuality, Films about television, Théâtre, LGBT-related films, LGBT-related films, LGBT-related film
Actors Alan Rickman, Hugh Grant, Georgina Cates, Alun Armstrong, Peter Firth, Carol Drinkwater
Roles Desmond Fairchild
Rating60% 3.0023953.0023953.0023953.0023953.002395
In the film's prologue, a hotelier ushers a child into a bomb shelter during the Liverpool Blitz. We see a brief flashback to a woman leaving her baby in a basement surrounded by flickering candles. Before departing from the house, she quickly drops a string of pearls on the child's pillow, twined around a single rose.
Heavenly Creatures, 1h39
Directed by Peter Jackson
Origin Nouvelle zelande
Genres Drama, Biography, Fantasy, Crime
Themes Feminist films, Seafaring films, Films about sexuality, Transport films, LGBT-related films, Political films, Buddy films, LGBT-related films, LGBT-related film, Lesbian-related films
Actors Melanie Lynskey, Kate Winslet, Jed Brophy, Clive Merrison, Peter Elliott, Elizabeth Moody
Roles Dr. Henry Hulme
Rating72% 3.6489253.6489253.6489253.6489253.648925
In 1950s Christchurch, New Zealand, a 14-year-old girl from a working-class family, Pauline Parker (Lynskey), befriends the more affluent English 15-year-old Juliet Hulme (Winslet) when Juliet transfers to Pauline's school. They bond over a shared history of severe childhood disease and isolating hospitalizations, and over time develop an intense friendship. Pauline admires Juliet's outspoken arrogance and beauty. Together they paint, write stories, make Plasticine figurines, and eventually create a fantasy kingdom called Borovnia. It is the setting of the adventure novels they write together, which they hope to have published and eventually made into films in Hollywood. Over time it begins to be as real to them as the real world. Pauline's relationship with her mother, Honora, becomes increasingly hostile and the two fight constantly. This angry atmosphere is in contrast to the peaceful intellectual life Juliet shares with her family. Pauline spends most of her time at the Hulmes', where she feels accepted. Juliet introduces Pauline to the idea of "the Fourth World", a Heaven without Christians where music and art are celebrated. Juliet believes she will go there when she dies. Certain actors and musicians are "saints" in this afterlife.
Stalin
Stalin (1992)
, 2h46
Directed by Ivan Passer
Origin USA
Genres Drama, War, Historical
Themes Political films
Actors Robert Duvall, Julia Ormond, Maximilian Schell, Joan Plowright, Jeroen Krabbé, Jim Carter
Roles Molotov
Rating70% 3.543093.543093.543093.543093.54309
The film portrays the political career and personal life of the former leader of the Soviet Union, Georgian-born Ioseb Jughashvili, who later adopted the name Joseph Stalin demonstrating his rule and how he was able to bring the Soviet Union to a place of great power on the world stage, but at a consequence: in this case, the destruction of his family as well as the mass murder of millions of his own Revolutionary partners. The focus is on the behaviour of Stalin and the after effects. The story is as narrated by Stalin's daughter, who defected to the United States in 1967.
The Sign of Four, 1h37
Directed by Desmond Davis
Origin United-kingdom
Genres Adventure, Crime
Themes Sherlock Holmes films, Buddy films
Actors Ian William Richardson, David Healy, Thorley Walters, Cherie Lunghi, Clive Merrison, Terence Rigby
Roles Bartholomew Sholto
Rating63% 3.197273.197273.197273.197273.19727
Le Major Sholto a jadis pris possession du trésor caché par un Rajah, avec la complicité d'un de ses hommes et les informations données par Jonathan Small, un détenu. Mais il est rentré en Angleterre avec tout le butin.