Jon Finch

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Age: 73
Birthplace: Caterham, Surrey, England

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Jon Finch (born 2 March 1941) is an English actor noted for many Shakespearean roles. Perhaps his most notable role was Macbeth in Roman Polanski's film adaptation of Macbeth (1971).

Finch was born in Caterham, Surrey. He has appeared in films such as the Alfred Hitchcock thriller Frenzy (1972), portraying a man wrongly accused of murder, Death on the Nile (1978), and most recently, a small role as the Catholic Patriarch of Jerusalem (Heraclius, though unnamed in the film) in the Ridley Scott film Kingdom of Heaven (2005). Decades earlier, Finch was cast as Kane in Ridley Scott's Alien, but had to drop out because of his diabetes. The role was eventually played by John Hurt.

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Movie Character Year
Eenflzlpk4croe8smpx6k1z61i5 The Horror of Frankenstein Lt. Henry Becker 1970
Vpapwyoecagksukwvmlrwnhuol Frenzy Richard Ian Blaney 1972
L15bv9gvxzephozs4hmsbtitavb Death on the Nile James Ferguson 1978
6pp650maldmyxgwbtdlunlrdz5z Kingdom of Heaven Patriarch 2005