The List of Adrian Messenger (1963) ... Marquis of Gleneyre

ITV Play of the Week (TV Series) (1956-1959)
- The Judge's Story (1959) ... The Judge
- The Play's the Thing (1957) ... Sandor Turai
- The Gioconda Smile (1957) ... Henry Hutton
- Action for Slander (1956)
- Second Threshold (1956) ... Josiah Bolton
Saturday Playhouse (TV Series) (1958)
- The Dover Road (1958) ... Mr. Latimer
BBC Sunday-Night Theatre (TV Series) (1955)
- The Masque of Kings (1955)
Pulitzer Prize Playhouse (TV Series) (1951)
- Second Threshold (1951)

On Approval (1944) ... George, 10th Duke of Bristol
The Shipbuilders (1943) ... Leslie Pagan
The Flemish Farm (1943) ... Maj. Lessart
Adventure in Blackmail (1942) ... Peter Conroy
A Voice in the Night (1941) ... Dr. Karl Roder
Convoy (1940) ... Captain Armitage
Return to Yesterday (1940) ... Robert Maine

The Ware Case (1938) ... Sir Hubert Ware
Action for Slander (1937) ... Maj. George Daviot
Scotland Yard Commands (1936) ... Malcolm Stevenson
Love in Exile (1936) ... King Regis VI
Dressed to Thrill (1935) ... Bill Trent
Loves of a Dictator (1935) ... Dr. Friedrich Struensee
Let's Try Again (1934) ... Dr. Jack Overton
Where Sinners Meet (1934) ... Mr. Latimer
Gallant Lady (1933) ... Dan Pritchard
If I Were Free (1933) ... Gordon Evers
Midnight Club (1933) ... Colin Grant
Cavalcade (1933) ... Robert Marryot
Sherlock Holmes (1932) ... Sherlock Holmes
The Night of June 13 (1932) ... John Curry
Make Me a Star (1932) ... Clive Brook (uncredited)
The Man from Yesterday (1932) ... Captain Tony Clyde
Shanghai Express (1932) ... Captain Donald Harvey
Husband's Holiday (1931) ... George Boyd
24 Hours (1931) ... Jim Towner
Silence (1931) ... Jim Warren
The Lawyer's Secret (1931) ... Drake Norris
Tarnished Lady (1931) ... Norman Cravath
East Lynne (1931) ... Capt. William Levison
Scandal Sheet (1931) ... Noel Adams
Anybody's Woman (1931) ... Neil Dunlap
Sweethearts and Wives (1930) ... Reginald De Brett
Paramount on Parade (1930) ... Sherlock Holmes (Murder Will Out)
Slightly Scarlet (1930) ... Hon. Courtenay Parkes

The Laughing Lady (1929) ... Daniel Farr
The Marriage Playground (1929) ... On-Screen Trailer Host and Narrator (uncredited)
The Return of Sherlock Holmes (1929) ... Sherlock Holmes
Charming Sinners (1929) ... Robert Miles
The Four Feathers (1929) ... Lt. Jack Durrance
A Dangerous Woman (1929) ... Frank Gregory
Interference (1928) ... Sir John Marlay
Forgotten Faces (1928) .... Heliotrope Harry Harlow
Perfect Crime (1928) .... Benson
... aka The Perfect Crime (USA: poster title)
Yellow Lily (1928) .... Archduke Alexander
Midnight Madness (1928) .... Michael Bream
French Dressing (1927) .... Henri de Briac
... aka Lessons for Wives (UK)
The Devil Dancer (1927) .... Stephen Athelstan
Hula (1927) .... Anthony Haldane
Underworld (1927) .... Rolls Royce Wensel
... aka Paying the Penalty (UK)
Barbed Wire (1927) .... Oskar Muller
Afraid to Love (1927) .... Sir Reginald Belsize
The Popular Sin (1926) .... Jean Corot
For Alimony Only (1926) .... Peter Williams
You Never Know Women (1926) .... Norodin
Why Girls Go Back Home (1926) .... Clifford Dudley
Love's Bargain (1925)... George Gauthier ... aka Human Desires
Three Faces East (1926) .... Valdar
Pleasure Buyers (1925) .... Tad Workman
Seven Sinners (1925) .... Jerry Winters
Compromise (1925) .... Alan Tahyer
The Home Maker (1925) .... Lester Knapp
The Woman Hater (1925) .... Miles, the Woman-hater
If Marriage Fails (1925) .... Joe Woodbury
Playing with Souls (1925) .... Matthew Dale Sr.
Enticement (1925) .... Henry Wallis
Declassée (1925) .... Rudolph Solomon
... aka The Social Exile
When Love Grows Cold (1925) .... Jerry Benson
The Mirage (1924) .... Henry Galt
The Passionate Adventure (1924) .... Adrien St. Clair
Christine of the Hungry Heart (1924) .... Dr. Alan Monteagle
The Recoil (1924) .... Marchmont
... aka Recoil
The Wine of Life (1924) .... Michael Strong
The Money Habit (1924) .... Noel Jason
This Freedom (1923) .... Harry Occleve
Through Fire and Water (1923) .... John Dryden
Woman to Woman (1923) .... David Compton/David Anson-Pond
The Reverse of the Medal (1923) .... General
The Royal Oak (1923) .... Dorian Clavering
Out to Win (1923) .... Barraclough/Altar
The White Shadow (1923) .... Robin Field
... aka White Shadows (USA)
Traviata, La (1922) .... Alfred Germont
Married to a Mormon (1922) .... Lionel Daventry
Vanity Fair (1922) .... Rawdon Crawley
The Experiment (1922) .... Vivian Caryll
Sir Rupert's Wife (1922) .... Sir Rupert Leigh
Tense Moments from Opera (1922) .... Duke of Mantna / Alfred Germont (segments "Rigoletto", "La
Traviata")
A Tale of Two Cities (1922) .... Sydney Carton
Shirley (1922) .... Robert Moore
The Sheik (1922) .... The Sheik
Rigoletto (1922) .... Duke of Mantua
Tense Moments with Great Authors (1922) .... Rawdon Crawley (segment "A Vanity Fair") / Sidney
Carton (segment "Tale of Two Cities")
Stable Companions (1922) .... James Pilkington
A Debt of Honour (1922) .... Walter Hyde
The Parson's Fight (1922) .... Parson
Christie Johnstone (1921) .... Astral Hither
Daniel Deronda (1921) .... Mallinger Grandcourt
Her Penalty (1921) .... Robert Trenchard
... aka The Penalty (UK)
A Sportsman's Wife (1921) .... Dick Anderson
The Loudwater Mystery (1921) .... Lord Loudwater
Sonia (1921) .... David O'Raine
Trent's Last Case (1920) .... John Marlow
Kissing Cup's Race (1920) .... Lord Rattlington
~Clive Brook~

Born: June 1, 1887 in London, England, UK
Died: November 17, 1974 in London, England, UK
~Silent Filmography~
A suave, handsome, distinguished British leading man of stage and screen, Brook worked as a
journalist and insurance agent, returned as a major from service in World War One, then made his
stage debut in 1918. He began appearing in films with Debt of Honor (1919) while also working on the
London stage. Brook soon became a popular, suave leading man, the perfect British gentleman with a
stiff upper lip; he occasionally played villains as well. Arriving in Hollywood in 1924, he made a
smooth transition into talkies with his attractive, clipped accent, remaining a top draw until at least
1934. Brook returned to Britain in 1935 and continued appearing in films for the next decade; he
produced, directed and starred in his last venture, On Approval (1945), going on to make only one
more movie, nearly twenty years later (The List of Adrian Messenger [1963]). He concentrated on
stage work for the rest of his career, with occasional appearances on British TV. He was married to
his former co-star, Mildred Evelyn; two of their children, Faith and Lyndon Brook, have also acted in
films.

Biography from AllMovie.com
~Biography~