Alastair Sim Net Worth

Alastair Sim Net Worth is
$2 Million

Alastair Sim Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

The son of Alexander Sim JP and Isabella McIntyre, Alastair Sim was educated in Edinburgh. Always interested in language (especially the spoken word) he became the Fulton Lecturer in Elocution at New College, Edinburgh University from 1925 until 1930. He was invited back and became the Rector of Edinburgh University (1948 - 1951). His first stage ...
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Date Of BirthOctober 9, 1900
Place Of BirthEdinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom
Height6' (1.83 m)
ProfessionActor, Writer
SpouseNaomi Plaskitt
Star SignLibra
1It was revealed to me many years ago with conclusive certainty that I was a fool and that I had always been a fool. Since then I have been as happy as any man has a right to be.
2At first I was not sure if I liked films. The sequences are so disconnected and mechanical I thought I should have difficulty "getting into the skin" of the characters. But I soon found that the care, precision and concentrated energy that attends the photographing of each scene conspires to pitch one into the right frame of mind.
3I stand or fall in my profession by the public's judgement of my performances. No amount of publicity can dampen a good one or gloss over a bad one.
4As I passed imperceptibly from a beautiful child to a strong handsome lad, I wanted more than anything else in the world to be of all things, a hypnotist. I practised on gentle dogs...
1He appeared in nine films with George Cole: Bombsight Stolen (1941), The Happiest Days of Your Life (1950), Bikini Baby (1951), A Christmas Carol (1951), Folly to Be Wise (1952), An Inspector Calls (1954), The Belles of St. Trinian's (1954), The Green Man (1956) and Blue Murder at St. Trinian's (1957).
2In 1950 he headed the British Cinema Exhibitors Poll.
3He worked with Alfred Hitchcock in Alfred Hitchcock's Stage Fright (1950), playing "Commodore Gill".
4He shares the distinction, along with Seymour Hicks and Basil Rathbone, of portraying "Ebenezer Scrooge" in more than one production of the classic Charles Dickens novel.
5Near the end of his life he maintained a correspondence with Ray Bradbury.
6Between 1941 and 1968, he played "Captain Hook" in at least six different stage productions of J.M. Barrie's "Peter Pan" (the non-musical version), but he never starred in a film of the play.
7Foster father and acting instructor of George Cole.
8Played the lead in Pinero's "The Magistrate", opposite Patricia Routledge at the 1969 Chichester festival in what is often cited as his best stage performance.
9His performance in Dulcimer Street (1948) so impressed Alec Guinness that he based his performance in The Ladykillers (1955) on it. So much so that Alastair is often thought to have done it.
10By 1950, he topped the cinemagoers popularity poll.
11When he was made Rector of Edinburgh University, he beat Harold Macmillan (the future Prime Minister) by 2078 votes to 802.
12He met his wife Naomi Plaskitt when they both appeared in a stage production of "The Land of Hearts Desire" by William Butler Yeats. He was 27, she was 12. They married when Naomi was 18.
13He appeared in 61 films and 46 West End productions.
14He was made the rector of Edinburgh University in 1948.
15He was awarded a CBE (Commander of the Order of the British Empire) in the Coronation Honours List of 1953. He was also offered a knighthood but turned it down because it would have impinged too much on his private life.
16He never signed autographs.
17He and Naomi had one daughter, Merlith McKendrick.
18He was awarded an honorary LLD by Edinburgh University at the end of his term as Rector.


Rogue Male1976TV MovieThe Earl
The Littlest Horse Thieves1976Lord Harrogate
Royal Flash1975Mr. Greig
The Prodigal Daughter1975TV MovieFather Perfect
Play for Today1972TV SeriesGeneral Adam Suffolk
The Ruling Class1972Bishop Lampton
A Christmas Carol1971TV ShortEbenezer Scrooge (voice)
Misleading Cases1967-1971TV SeriesStipendary Magistrate Mr. Swallow Stipendary Magistrate Mr Swallow
Cold Comfort Farm1968TV Mini-SeriesAmos Starkadder
The Millionairess1960Julius Sagamore
BBC Sunday-Night Play1960TV Mini-SeriesMr. Gillie
School for Scoundrels1960Mr. S. Potter
Left Right and Centre1959Centre - Lord Wilcot
The Doctor's Dilemma1958Cutler Walpole
Blue Murder at St. Trinian's1957Miss Amelia Fritton
The Green Man1956Hawkins
ITV Play of the Week1956TV SeriesDr. Knox
The Anatomist1956TV MovieDr. Knox
Wee Geordie1955The Laird
Escapade1955Dr. Skillingworth
The Belles of St. Trinian's1954Millicent Fritton Clarence Fritton
An Inspector Calls1954Inspector Poole
Innocents in Paris1953Sir Norman Barker
Folly to Be Wise1952Rev. Capt. William Paris
A Christmas Carol1951Ebenezer Scrooge
Bikini Baby1951Hawtrey Murington (Optimum Films) (uncredited)
Laughter in Paradise1951Deniston Russell
Mr. Gillie1950TV MovieMr. Gillie
The Happiest Days of Your Life1950Wetherby Pond
Stage Fright1950Commodore Gill (as Alistair Sim)
The Anatomist1949TV MovieDr. Knox
Dulcimer Street1948Mr. Squales
Dr. Angelus1948TV MovieDr. Angelus
Captain Boycott1947Father McKeogh
Green for Danger1947Inspector Cockrill
Hue and Cry1947Felix H. Wilkinson
Waterloo Road1945Dr. Montgomery
Let the People Sing1942Professor Ernst Kronak
Bombsight Stolen1941Charles Dimble
Mail Train1941Sergeant Bingham
Her Father's Daughter1941ShortMr. McForrest
Law and Disorder1940Samuel Blight
Inspector Hornleigh on Holiday1939Sergeant Bingham
Shadows of the Underworld1939Macgregor
Inspector Hornleigh1939Sergeant Bingham
The Mysterious Mr. Davis1939Theodore F. Wilcox - the Lunatic
Climbing High1938Max
This Man Is News1938Macgregor
Alf's Button Afloat1938The Genie of the Button
The Terror1938'Soapy' Marx
Sailing Along1938Sylvester
A Romance in Flanders1937Colonel Wexton
Melody and Romance1937Professor Williams
Murder on Diamond Row1937Joshua Collie
Gangway1937Detective Taggett
Clothes and the Woman1937Francois
Strange Experiment1937'Pop' Lawler
The Big Noise1936/IIFinny
The Man in the Mirror1936Mannering, Interpreter (as Alistair Sim)
Keep Your Seats, Please!1936A. S. Drayton
Wrath of Jealousy1936Angus Graham
Troubled Waters1936Mac MacTavish
Late Extra1935MacPherson
A Fire Has Been Arranged1935Cutte
The Private Secretary1935Mr. Nebulae
The Case of Gabriel Perry1935Bit Role (uncredited)
The Riverside Murder1935Police Sergeant 'Mac' McKay


Theatre Night1960TV Series theatre director - 1 episode


BBC Sunday-Night Play1960TV Mini-Series television adaptation - 1 episode


Festival in Edinburgh1955Documentary shortHimself - Commentator

Archive Footage

Scrooge by Another Name: Distributing 'A Christmas Carol'2011Video documentary shortEbenezer Scrooge
The Comedy Map of Britain2008TV Series documentaryMillicent Fritton Clarence Fritton
Best of British1999TV SeriesCharles Dimble / Millicent Fritton / Clarence Fritton
The Great Christmas Movies1998TV Movie documentaryEbenezer Scrooge in 1951 "Scrooge"
Heroes of Comedy1995-1997TV Series documentaryHimself
Scrooge: A Christmas Carol1989TV MovieEbenezer Scrooge
Joyce Grenfell 1910-19791980TV Movie documentary
To See Such Fun1977DocumentaryHimself
The Night Before Christmas1957TV MovieExcerpt from Scrooge
A Night at the Movies: Merry Christmas!2011TV Movie documentaryEbenezer Scrooge (uncredited)

Nominated Awards

1953BAFTA Film AwardBAFTA AwardsBest British ActorFolly to Be Wise (1952)

Known for movies

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