Paxton Whitehead

Paxton Whitehead (born 17 October 1937) is a British actor who made his professional debut in 1956. ... more on Wikipedia

Paxton Whitehead Filmography

movie 2011 The Importance of Being Earnest as Rev. Canon Chasuble
movie 2009 The Aristocrat as Bob Wirtz
movie 2001 Kate & Leopold as Uncle Millard
movie 1999 The Duke as Basil Rathwood
video movie 1999 Wakko's Wish as King Salazar
movie 1997 RocketMan as British Reporter
tv movie 1996 London Suite as Dr. McMerlin
movie 1995 Goldilocks and the Three Bears as McReady
tv movie 1994 Trick of the Eye as Deane
tv movie 1994 Where Are My Children?
tv movie 1993 12:01 as Dr. Tiberius Scott
movie 1993 My Boyfriend's Back as Judge In Heaven
movie 1993 The Adventures of Huck Finn as Harvey Wilks
tv movie 1992 Boris and Natasha as Anton
tv movie 1992 Monster in My Pocket: The Big Scream as Dr. Henry Davenport, the Invisible Man
movie 1992 Nervous Ticks as Cheshire
tv movie 1991 An Inconvenient Woman as Hector Paradiso
tv movie 1991 Child of Darkness, Child of Light as Father Rosetti
movie 1991 Rover Dangerfield as Count
tv movie 1990 Chips, the War Dog as Smythe
movie 1987 Baby Boom as 'Center' Instructor
movie 1986 Back to School as Dr. Phillip Barbay
movie 1986 Jumpin' Jack Flash as Lord Malcolm Billings
tv movie 1986 The Alan King Show as John Emerson
tv movie 1979 Riel as McDougall
tv movie 1975 The First Night of 'Pygmalion' as Herbert Beerbohm Tree
tv series 1974 The Naked Mind
tv series 1974 The National Dream: Building the Impossible Railway as Lord Dufferin

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The Habit of Art by Alan Bennett directed by David Muse Starring Ted van Griethuysen and Paxton Whitehead With Margaret Daly, Cameron Folmar, Wynn ...


Brian Bedford, Dana Ivey, Paxton Whitehead, Santino Fontana, David Furr, Sara Topham and Charlotte Parry in Oscar Wilde's THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING ...


Chloe Sevigny, Patrick Heusinger, Laila Robins, and Paxton Whitehead discussing starring in Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa's new play at the Powerhouse Theater.


From the playwright and director of last season's hit Relatively Speaking comes a touching and clever look at the fragility of the family tree. Gerry Stanton...