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Julian Glover’s height is 6ft 2in ( 1.88m )

Julian Wyatt Glover CBE is an English actor whose film roles have included a wide range of characters, including General Maximilian Veers in Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back, the James Bond …

Julian Glover

Born: March 27, 1935 , Hampstead, United Kingdom
Spouse: Isla Blair (m. 1968), Eileen Atkins (m. 1957–1966)
Children: Jamie Glover
Siblings: Robert Wyatt
Parents: Claude Gordon Glover, Honor Wyatt
Height: 6ft 2in ( 1.88m )
First Name: Julian
Middle Name: Wyatt
Last Name: Glover
Birth Full Name: Julian Wyatt Glover
Birthplace: Hampstead, England
Build: Average
Hair Color: Grey
Astrological Sign: Aries
Sexuality: Straight
Ethnicity: White
Nationality: British
High School: Alleyn’s School in Dulwich, London
University: Royal Academy of Dramatic Art
Occupation: Actor
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Filmography: Brash Young Turks (2015), Then & Now (2015), Backtrack (2014), I Remember You (2014), Mr Invisible (2013, Short Film), Atlantis (2013, TV Show), Airborne (2012), U.F.O. (2012), Lego Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Out (2012), The Spies of Warsaw (2012), Game of Thrones (2011, TV Show), Chasing the Bear (2011), The Halloween Kid (2011), Exit (2011), Battle for Britain (2010, Short Film), Gangster Kittens (2009), The Young Victoria (2009), Princess Kaiulani (2009), Clouds Over the Hill (2009, TV Show), The Death of Pentheus (2009, Short Film), Love Hound (2009, Short Film), Mirrors (2008), Merlin (2008, TV Show), Hourglass (2008, Short Film), Shoot on Sight (2007), Big Nothing (2006), Scoop (2006), The Impressionists (2006, TV Show), Strings (2004), Troy (2004), Out of Time (2003, Short Film), Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (2002), The Book of Eve (2002), Two Men Went to War (2002), Born and Bred (2002, TV Show), The Cavendish Profile (2001, Short Film), Vatel (2000), Waking the Dead (2000, TV Show), Holby City (1999, TV Show), The Dance of Shiva (1998, Short Film), Midsomer Murders (1997, TV Show), The House of Angelo (1997), Trial & Retribution (1997, TV Show), Silent Witness (1996, TV Show), Degrees of Error (1995, TV Show), The Infiltrator (1995, TV Movie), Mystery!: Cadfael (1994, TV Show), Power and Lovers (1994), Warburg: A Man of Influence (1992, TV Show), King Ralph (1991), The Darling Buds of May (1991, TV Show), Not Mozart: Letters, Riddles and Writs (1991, TV Movie), The Investigation: Inside a Terrorist Bombing (1990, TV Movie), Treasure Island (1990, TV Movie), Alleyn Mysteries (1990, TV Show), The Chief (1990, TV Show), TECX (1990, TV Show), Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (1989), Tusks (1988), Cry Freedom (1987), Hearts of Fire (1987), The Fourth Protocol (1987), Mandela (1987, TV Movie), Wish Me Luck (1987, TV Show), Anastasia: The Mystery of Anna (1986, TV Movie), Casualty (1986, TV Show), Lovejoy (1986, TV Show), Ladies in Charge (1986, TV Show), Behind Enemy Lines (1985, TV Movie), Cover Her Face (1985, TV Show), Screen One (1985, TV Show), The Secret of the Black Dragon (1985, TV Show), Kim (1984, TV Movie), Travelling Man (1984, TV Show), Mr. Palfrey of Westminster (1984, TV Show), Heat and Dust (1983), By the Sword Divided (1983, TV Show), Dombey & Son (1983, TV Show), Taggart (1983, TV Show), Ivanhoe (1982, TV Movie), Masterpiece Theatre: Nancy Astor (1982, TV Show), Q.E.D. (1982, TV Show), Remington Steele (1982, TV Show), For Your Eyes Only (1981), Bergerac (1981, TV Show), The Search for Alexander the Great (1981, TV Show), The Jail Diary of Albie Sachs (1981, TV Movie), Guerre en pays neutre (1981, TV Show), Star Wars: Episode V – The Empire Strikes Back (1980), Magnum, P.I. (1980, TV Show), Invasion (1980, TV Show), Henry V (1979, TV Movie), The Famous History of the Life of King Henry the Eight (1979, TV Movie), Blakes 7 (1978, TV Show), Rumpole of the Bailey (1978, TV Show), Gulliver’s Travels (1977), The Brute (1977), Couples (1976, TV Show), Quiller (1975, TV Show), Space: 1999 (1975, TV Show), The Sweeney (1975, TV Show), The Hanged Man (1975, TV Show), The Master of Ballantrae (1975, TV Show), Dead Cert (1974), Luther (1974), Juggernaut (1974), The Internecine Project (1974), QB VII (1974, TV Show), The Story of Jacob and Joseph (1974, TV Movie), BBC2 Playhouse (1974, TV Show), Churchill’s People (1974, TV Show), Boy Dominic (1974, TV Show), Markheim (1974, TV Movie), Hitler: The Last Ten Days (1973), Thriller (1973, TV Show), Wide World Mystery (1973, TV Show), Conjugal Rights (1973, TV Show), Antony and Cleopatra (1972), Crown Court (1972, TV Show), New Scotland Yard (1972, TV Show), Spy Trap (1972, TV Show), Nicholas and Alexandra (1971), Jason King (1971, TV Show), The Rivals of Sherlock Holmes (1971, TV Show), Boswell’s Life of Johnson (1971, TV Movie), The Last Grenade (1970), The Rise and Rise of Michael Rimmer (1970), Wuthering Heights (1970), Play for Today (1970, TV Show), Alfred the Great (1969), The Adding Machine (1969), ITV Saturday Night Theatre (1969, TV Show), Manhunt (1969, TV Show), Paul Temple (1969, TV Show), W. Somerset Maugham (1969, TV Show), The Magus (1968), Strange Report (1968, TV Show), The Champions (1968, TV Show), Blood Fiend (1967), Five Million Years to Earth (1967), Callan (1967, TV Show), ITV Playhouse (1967, TV Show), Time Lost and Time Remembered (1966), The Alphabet Murders (1965), BBC Play of the Month (1965, TV Show), Thirty-Minute Theatre (1965, TV Show), Girl with Green Eyes (1964), The Wednesday Play (1964, TV Show), Thursday Theatre (1964, TV Show), Tom Jones (1963), Doctor Who (1963, TV Show), Espionage (1963, TV Show), Out of This World (1962, TV Show), The Saint (1962, TV Show), Z Cars (1962, TV Show), The Avengers (1961, TV Show), An Age of Kings (1960, TV Show), Fact and Fiction (1960, TV Show), No Hiding Place (1959, TV Show), ITV Sunday Night Drama (1959, TV Show), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (1959), Hotel Imperial (1958, TV Show), Dixon of Dock Green (1955, TV Show), ITV Play of the Week (1955, TV Show), ITV Television Playhouse (1955, TV Show), Six Centuries of Verse (-, TV Show), Perfect (-, Short Film), Game of Thrones: Season 2 – Invitation to the Set (2012), Michael Wood on Beowulf (2009, TV Show), James Bond: A BAFTA Tribute (2002, TV Show), Stevensons Travels Part 1 (1994), Resistance Is Useless (1992, TV Show), This Morning (1988, TV Show), Forty Minutes (1981, TV Show), Clapper Board (1972, TV Show), Apollo in Ascension (1967), Chronicle (1966, TV Show), World in Action (1963, TV Show), Six Centuries of Verse (-, TV Show)
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