Yul Brynner

Yul Brynner
​From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Yul Brynner ( July 11, 1920 – October 10, 1985) was a Russian-born American actor of stage and film. He was best known for his portrayal of Mongkut, king of Siam, in the Rodgers and Hammerstein musical The King and I, for which he won an Academy Award for Best Actor for the film version; he also played the role more than 4,500 times on stage. He is also remembered as Rameses II in the 1956 Cecil B. DeMille film The Ten Commandments, General Bounine in Anastasia and Chris Adams in The Magnificent Seven. Brynner was noted for his distinctive voice and for his shaven head, which he maintained as a personal trademark long after adopting it for his initial role in The King and I. He was also a photographer and the author of two books. Description above from the Wikipedia Yul Brynner, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.
Name Yul Brynner
Also Known As Yuli Borisovich Bryner
Birthday 1920-07-11
Deathday 1985-10-10
Gender Male
IMDB Yul Brynner profile on IMDB
Place of Birth Vladivostok, Russia
As: Chris Adams
1960-10-23
The Magnificent Seve...
As: The Gunslinger
1973-11-21
Westworld...
As: The Gunslinger
1976-08-13
Futureworld...
As: Baron von Grunen
1966-12-09
Triple Cross...
As: Jean Lafitte
1958-12-11
The Buccaneer...
As: The Deaf Man
1972-07-14
Fuzz...
As: Rameses
1956-10-05
The Ten Commandments...
As: Paul Vicola
1949-11-28
Port of New York...
As: Carson
1975-10-02
The Ultimate Warrior...
As: Chris Adams
1966-10-19
Return of the Seven...
As: Vlado
1969-10-07
The Battle of Neretv...
As: Solomon
1959-12-25
Solomon and Sheba...
As: L'huissier / Court u
1962-04-09
Testament of Orpheus...
As: Captain Müller
1965-08-24
Morituri...
As: Taras Bulba
1962-12-19
Taras Bulba...
As: Dmitri Karamazov
1958-02-20
The Brothers Karamaz...
As: Col. Alexi Vlassov
1973-11-01
The Serpent...
As: General Sergei Pavlo
1956-12-13
Anastasia...
As: King Mongkut of Siam
1956-06-29
The King and I...
As: Pancho Villa
1968-05-29
Villa Rides...
As: Chief Black Eagle
1963-12-18
Kings of the Sun...
As: Peter Novak
1969-10-13
The File of the Gold...
As: Sabata / Indio Black
1971-09-22
Adios Sabata...
As: Jonathan Kongre
1971-07-16
The Light at the Edg...
As: Jules Gaspard d'Esta
1964-10-14
Invitation to a Gunf...
As: Catlow
1971-10-01
Catlow...
As: Major Surov
1959-02-19
The Journey...
As: Sultan
1967-07-27
The Long Duel...
As: Dan Slater / Kalmar
1967-04-25
The Double Man...
As: Peter Marciani
1978-02-27
Death Rage...
As: The Chairman
1969-10-12
The Madwoman of Chai...
As: Sharif
1962-05-23
Escape from Zahrain...
As: TSgt. Mike Takashima
1964-03-25
Flight from Ashiya...
As: Colonel Salem
1966-10-16
Poppies Are Also Flo...
As: Jason Compson
1959-03-27
The Sound and the Fu...
As: Victor Fabian
1960-02-11
Once More, with Feel...
As: Nico March
1960-09-29
Surprise Package...
As: The King of Siam (se
2003-08-10
Broadway's Lost Trea...
As: Asher Gonen
1966-03-30
Cast a Giant Shadow...
As: Captain Stoloff
1971-08-17
Romance of a Horseth...
As: Transvestite Cabaret
1970-02-11
The Magic Christian...
As: Himself (archive)
2002-03-01
My Sister Maria...
As: Unknown
2009-09-15
The World of Peter S...
As: Extra in Nightclub S
1961-05-23
Goodbye Again...
As: Unknown
1948-11-07
Studio One...
As: Unknown
1948-06-20
The Ed Sullivan Show...
As: Unknown
1953-03-18
The Academy Awards...
As: Unknown
1950-09-10
The Colgate Comedy H...
As: Unknown
1952-11-09
Omnibus...
As: King Mongkut
1972-09-17
Anna and the King...
As: Performer
1947-04-06
The Tony Awards...