Robert Coote

Robert Coote
1909 - 1982

Robert Coote  British Actor


Robert Coote (4 February 1909 – 26 November 1982) was an English actor. He played aristocrats or British military types in many films, and created the role of Colonel Hugh Pickering in the long-running original Broadway production of My Fair Lady....

First Name Robert
Last Name Coote
Age 73 (age at death) years
Birthday 4th February, 1909
Birthplace London, England
Died 26th November, 1982
Place of Death New York City, New York
Height 5' 10" (178 cm)
Build Average
Hair Color Brown - Dark
Zodiac Sign Aquarius
Ethnicity White
Nationality British
Occupation Text Actor
Occupation Actor
Claim to Fame The Swinger
Year(s) Active 1931-1981
Friend David Niven
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Nero Wolfe1981 Theodore Horstmann TV Show
$weepstake$1979 Butler TV Show
Institute for Revenge1979 Wellington TV Movie
Target Risk1975 Julian Ulrich TV Movie
Theatre of Blood1973 Oliver Larding Movie
Up the Front1972 General Burke Movie
From a Bird's Eye View1970 Barker TV Show
Kenner1969 Henderson Movie
Prudence and the Pill1968 Henry Hardcastle Movie
Best of Enemies1968 Willie Gordon MP TV Show
The Cool Ones1967 Stanley Krum Movie
Whitehall Worrier, The1967 Rt. Hon. Mervyn Pugh TV Show
Stiff Upper Lip1967 Sir Claud Polk-Mowbray TV Movie
A Man Could Get Killed1966 Hatton, Jones Movie
The Swinger1966 Sir Hubert Charles Movie
Alice Through the Looking Glass1966 The Red King TV Movie
The Jackie Gleason Show1966 Charles Lewis TV Show
BBC Play of the Month1965 Mr. Eager TV Show
The Rogues1964 Timmy Fleming TV Show
The Golden Head1964 Braithwaite Movie
The V.I.P.s1963 John Coburn Movie
Comedy Playhouse1961 Rt. Hon Mervyn Pugh TV Show
The League of Gentlemen1960 Bunny Warren Movie
Rawhide1959 Ashley TV Show
Merry Andrew1958 Dudley Larabee Movie
The Horse's Mouth1958 Sir William Beeder Movie
Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse1958 Terry TV Show
The Swan1956 Capt. Wunderlich Movie
Armchair Theatre1956 Baines TV Show
Playhouse 901956 Sgt. Beggs TV Show
Marriage a la Mode1955 Friends and Relations: The Best Man Movie
The United States Steel Hour1953 Claude Dabney TV Show
Rheingold Theatre1953 John Banks TV Show
Othello1952 Roderigo Movie
Scaramouche1952 Gaston Binet Movie
The Merry Widow1952 Marquis De Crillon Movie
The Prisoner of Zenda1952 Fritz von Tarlenheim Movie
Soldiers Three1951 Maj. Mercer Movie
The Desert Fox: The Story of Rommel1951 British Medical Officer (uncredited) Movie
The Lavender Hill Mob1951 Waiter in Restaurant (uncredited) Movie
The Fighting Pimpernel1950 Sir Andrew ffoulkes Movie
Lux Video Theatre1950 Joe Worton, Stephen TV Show
Robert Montgomery Presents1950 George TV Show
The Red Danube1949 Brigadier C.M.V. Catlock Movie
Berlin Express1948 Sterling Movie
The Three Musketeers1948 Aramis Movie
Studio One in Hollywood1948 TV Show
Forever Amber1947 Sir Thomas Dudley Movie
Lured1947 Detective Movie
The Exile1947 Dick Pinner Movie
The Ghost and Mrs. Muir1947 Mr. Coombe Movie
Cloak and Dagger1946 Cronin (uncredited) Movie
Stairway to Heaven1946 Bob Movie
Forever and a Day1943 Blind Officer Movie
Commandos Strike at Dawn1942 Robert Bowen (as Flying Officer Robert Coote RCAF) Movie
Vigil in the Night1940 Dr. Caley Movie
You Can't Fool Your Wife1940 'Batty' Battincourt Movie
Gunga Din1939 Higginbotham Movie
Mr. Moto's Last Warning1939 Rollo Venables Movie
Nurse Edith Cavell1939 Bungey Movie
The House of Fear1939 Robert Morton Movie
Bad Lands1939 Eaton Movie
A Yank at Oxford1938 Wavertree Movie
Blond Cheat1938 Gilbert Potts Movie
The Girl Downstairs1938 Karl, Paul's Butler Movie
The Thirteenth Chair1937 Stanby Movie
The Sheik Steps Out1937 Lord Eustace Byington Movie
Rangle River1936 Reggie Mannister, Flight-Lieutenant Movie
Radio Parade of 19351934 Executive Movie
Loyalties1933 Robert Movie
Sally in Our Alley1931 Waiter At Party (uncredited) Movie
Somerset Maugham Hour TV Show
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