John Neville, OBE, CM was an English theatre and film actor who moved to Canada with his family in 1972. He enjoyed a resurgence of international attention as a result of his starring role in Terry Gilliam's "The Adventures of Baron Munchausen".
He was appointed to the Order of Canada, that nation's highest civilian honor, in 2006.
According to publicists at Canada's Stratford Shakespeare Festival, Neville died "peacefully surrounded by family" on 19 November 2011, aged 86. Neville suffered with Alzheimer's disease in his latter years. He is survived by his wife, Caroline (née Hopper), and their six children.
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|2005||Separate Lies … Lord Rawston|
|2004||White Knuckles … Narrator|
|2004||Hollywood North … Henry Neville|
|2003||The Statement … Old Man|
|2003||Moving Malcolm … Malcolm Woodward|
|2002||Between Strangers … Orson Stewart|
|2002||Spider … Terrence|
|2002||Time of the Wolf … Preacher|
|2001||Harvard Man … Dr. Reese|
|1999||Sunshine … Gustave Sors|
|1999||The Duke … The Duke|
|1998||Goodbye Lover … Bradley|
|1998||Johnny 2.0 … Mr. Bosch|
|1998||Urban Legend … Dean Adams|
|1998||The X Files … The Well-Manicured Man|
|1997||The Fifth Element … General Staedert|
|1996||Sabotage … profesor Follenfant|
|1996||High School High … Thaddeus Clark|
|1995||Dangerous Minds … Waiter|
|1994||The Road to Wellville … Endymion Hart-Jones|
|1994||Baby's Day Out … Mr. Andrews|
|1994||Little Women … Mr. Laurence|
|1989||The Adventures of Baron Munchausen … Hieronymus Karl Frederick Baron von Munchausen|
|1965||A Study in Terror … Sherlock Holmes|
|1964||Unearthly Stranger … Dr. Mark Davidson|
|1962||Billy Budd … Julian Ratcliffe, 2nd Lieutenant|
|1961||I Like Money … Roger|
|1960||Oscar Wilde … Lord Alfred Douglas|