Finlay Currie

Finlay Currie

Finlay Jefferson Currie was a Scottish actor of stage, screen, and television. Currie was born in Edinburgh, where he later attended George Watson's College. His acting career began on the stage. He and his wife, Maude Courtney, did a song-and-dance act in the USA in the late 1890s. He made his first film in 1931. He appeared as a priest in the 1943 Ealing World War II movie Undercover. His most famous film role was the convict Abel Magwitch in David Lean's Great Expectations. He later began to appear in Hollywood film epics, including as Saint Peter in Quo Vadis, as Balthazar, one of the Three Magi in the multi-Oscar-winning Ben-Hur, The Pope in Francis of Assisi and as an aged, wise ... more on Wikipedia

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