Reginald Gardiner

Born in February 27th, 1903

From London, England, UK

Reginald Gardiner Biography

Reginald Gardiner (27 February 1903 - 7 July 1980) was an English-born actor in film and television and a graduate of the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts in Britain. He made his film debut in 1926 in the silent film The Lodger, by Alfred Hitchcock. Moving to Hollywood, he was cast in numerous roles, often as a British butler. One of his most famous roles was that of Schultz in Charlie Chaplin's The Great Dictator.

Toward the end of his career, Gardiner made increasing guest appearances on the leading television sitcoms of the 1960s, including Fess Parker's ABC series, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington as the lead guest in the episode "Citizen Bellows". His last major role was alongside Phyllis Diller in her short-lived ABC sitcom The Pruitts of Southampton (1966-67).

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Reginald Gardiner Filmography

Do Not Disturb Poster
December 22, 1965
Back Street Poster
October 11, 1961
Rock-a-Bye Baby Poster
July 23, 1958
The Story of Mankind Poster
November 8, 1957