Michael York in The Island of Dr Moreau with serval cat

Michael York with a Serval cat in The Island of Dr. Moreau, 1977.

 

Michael York in the Mill and the Cross

Michael York as Nicholas Jonghelinck in The Mill and the Cross.

 

Michael York in Austin Powers

As Basil Exposition in Austin Powers.

Michael York

Logans Run,1976

Micheal York with Liza Minelli in Cabaret

With Liza Minelli in Cabaret, 1972

Micheal York in the "Three Musketeers"

The Three Musketeers, 1973

Micheal York in Romeo and Juliet.jpg

Romeo and Juliet, 1968

Michael York

The Last Remake of Beau Geste, 1977

date

film

2012 flatland_2Flatland 2 (voice of Spherius)

Tom and Jerry meet Sherlock Holmes (voice of Sherlock Holmes)

2011 The Mill and the Cross (as Nicolas Jonghelinck), with Charlotte Rampling and Rutger Hauer, directed by Lech Majewski
2010 The Justice of Wolves (original title Pravosudie Volkov, role of Mika as an adult)

Don Quixote (voice of Don Quixote for puppet animation)

2009 Mary Pickford: The Muse of the Movies (narration)

Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen (voice of Prime #1)

2008

Testimony (on-camera narration)

The Delivery

2007

Cuba: A Lifetime of Passion (narration)

Flatland, voice of Spherius (animation)

Chris & Don, A Love Story (narration)

2005

Moscow Heat with Alexander Nevsky and Joanna Pacula

A Dirty Little Business with Brian Cox (video release)

2004

Freedom from Despair (narration)
Best Documentary, New York International Independent Film Festival

2002

Austin Powers in Goldmember, once more as Basil Exposition

2001

Megiddo: Omega Code 2, as Stone Alexander

2000

The Omega Code with Casper Van Dien
2000 Top Limited Release

Borstal Boy, directed by Peter Sheridan

A Monkey’s Tale
Best Animated Film, Hollywood Film Fest

In Search of Peace (narration)

1999

One Hell of a Guy with Rob Lowe

Lovers and Liars aka Criminal Desire (US video title)

Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me, again as Basil Exposition

1998

The Treat with Julie Delpy
(Best Comedy, Angel Citi Film Festival)

Wrongfully Accused with Leslie Nielson

54 with Mike Meyers

1997

Goodbye America with James Brolin

Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery as Basil Exposition, with Mike Myers and Elizabeth Hurley

Dark Planet with Paul Mercurio

1995

The Shadow of a Kiss/ L’Ombra abitata,
directed by Massimo Mazzucco

Gospa with Martin Sheen
(Peter the Great Award, St. Petersburg Film Festival)

1994

Timeless India (narration)
International Award, Berlin

1993

Wide Sargasso Sea with Rachel Ward

Discretion Assured with Jennifer O’Neill

1992

The Long Shadow with Liv Ullmann, directed by Vilmos Zsigmond

1991

The Wanderer (in Anglo-Saxon)

Rochade

Eline Vere
Dutch entry for Academy Awards

1988

Midnight Cop with Armin Mueller-Stahl

The Return of the Musketeers, again as d’Artagnan

1987

Lethal Obsession with Elliot Gould

Squilibrio with Donald Pleasance

1985

Elie Wiesel's Dawn, directed by Miklos Jancso

1984

Success is the Best Revenge, directed by Jerzy Skolimowski

1980

Final Assignment with Genevieve Bujold, aka Moscow Chronicle (USA video1990)

1979

The Riddle of the Sands (also Associate Producer)

1978

Fedora with William Holden, directed by Billy Wilder

1977

The Last Remake of Beau Geste as Beau Geste, with Marty Feldman

The Island of Dr. Moreau with Burt Lancaster
(Best Actor, Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Films)

1976

Logan’s Run as Logan 5, directed by Michael Anderson

Seven Nights in Japan, directed by Lewis Gilbert

1975

Conduct Unbecoming
Best Actor, Virgin Islands Film Festival

1974

Murder on the Orient Express, directed by Sydney Lumet

Great Expectations with Sarah Miles and James Mason

1973

Lost Horizon with Peter Finch and Liv Ullmann

The Three Musketeers and The Four Musketeers as d’Artagnan, directed by Richard Lester

1972

Cabaret with Liza Minnelli, directed by Bob Fosse

England Made Me with Peter Finch

1971

Zeppelin

La Poudre d‘Escampette with Michel Piccoli, directed by Philippe de Broca

1970

Something for Everyone with Angela Lansbury, directed by Hal Prince

1969

The Guru with Rita Tushingham, directed by James Ivory

Alfred the Great with David Hemmings

Justine, directed by George Cukor (Hollywood debut)

1968

The Strange Affair

Romeo and Juliet as Tybalt, directed by Franco Zeffirelli

1967

Smashing Time with Lynn Redgrave

Red and Blue with Vanessa Redgrave, directed by Tony Richardson

1966

Debut: The Taming of the Shrew with Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor, directed by Franco Zeffirelli

Accident with Dirk Bogarde, directed by Joseph Losey

 


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