Michael Crawford

19 Jan 1942


Michael Crawford OBE (born 19 January 1942) is an English actor and singer. He has garnered great critical acclaim and won numerous awards during his career, which covers radio, television, film, and stagework on both London's West End and on Broadway in New York City.

With a career that spans over four decades, he is known both in and out of Britain for originating the title role in The Phantom of the Opera, as well as playing the hapless Frank Spencer in the popular 1970s British sitcom, Some Mothers Do 'Ave 'Em, which successfully earned him a place as a household name and made him famous to millions around the world.


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Filmography (13 titles)

(movie, 2017)
···Undercover Grandpa
Genre: Family, Comedy
Role: Actor (as Scrawny Kid)
(movie, 1999)
···The Ghosts of Christmas Eve
Role: Actor (as Himself)
(movie, 1993)
···Once Upon a Forest
Genre: Animation, Family
Role: Actor (as Cornelius)
(movie, 1986)
Genre: Biography, Musical
Role: Actor (as Phineas Taylor Barnum)
(movie, 1981)
Genre: Action, Adventure, Comedy, Drama
Role: Actor (as Woody Wilkins)
Genre: Adventure, Family, Fantasy, Musical
Role: Actor (as White Rabbit)
(movie, 1969)
···Hello, Dolly!
Genre: Comedy, Music, Romance, Family
Role: Actor (as Cornelius Hackl)
(movie, 1969)
···Hello, Dolly!
Genre: Comedy, Musical, Romance
Role: Actor (as Cornelius Hackl)
(movie, 1967)
···How I Won the War
Genre: Comedy, War
Role: Actor (as Lt. Goodbody)
(movie, 1967)
···The Jokers
Genre: Comedy, Crime
Role: Actor (as Michael Tremayne)
Genre: Comedy, Musical
Role: Actor (as Hero)
(movie, 1963)
···Two Left Feet
Genre: Comedy
Role: Actor (as Alan Crabbe)
(movie, 1962)
···The War Lover
Genre: Adventure, Drama, War
Role: Actor (as Sgt. Junior Sailen)