Noël Coward (1899–1973)

Writer | Soundtrack | Actor
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KNOWN FOR 
In Which We Serve (1942) | The Italian Job (1969) | Blithe Spirit (1945)
AWARDS 
Nominated for 1 Oscar. Another 2 wins & 4 nominations More »
AKA 
Noel Coward | Sir Noel Coward
NICKNAME  
The Master
BORN 
Dec 16, 1899 (died Mar 26, 1973)
HEIGHT 
6' 0" (1.83m)

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Past Film & Video (61 titles)YEARBUDGETUS Gross / WORLDWIDE
  • Primary photo for Present LaughterPresent Laughter Writer  Less 2017
  • Primary photo for Noël Coward's Private LivesNoël Coward's Private Lives Writer (by)  Less 2013
  • Primary photo for Brief EncounterBrief Encounter (Short) Writer (as Noel Coward)  Less 2011
  • Primary photo for Easy VirtueEasy Virtue Writer ("Mad About the Boy", "A Room with a View", "I'll See You Again", "Mad Dogs and Englishmen"), Writer (play) (as Noel Coward)  Less 2008 $2.7MM / —
  • Primary photo for A Good YearA Good Year Performer ("A Room with a View"), Writer ("A Room with a View")  Less 2006 $35MM $7.5MM / —
  • Primary photo for Being JuliaBeing Julia Writer ("Mad about the Boy")  Less 2004 $18MM $7.7MM / —
  • Primary photo for Bright Young ThingsBright Young Things Performer ("Nina", "Twentieth Century Blues", "Dance, Little Lady", "The Party's Over Now"), Writer ("Nina", "Twentieth Century Blues", "Dance, Little Lady", "The Party's Over Now")  Less 2003 $932K / —
  • Primary photo for The Mystic MasseurThe Mystic Masseur Writer ("That's the End of the News")  Less 2001 $2.5MM $399K / —
  • Primary photo for Relative ValuesRelative Values Writer (play) (as Noel Coward)  Less 2000
  • Primary photo for The Misadventures of MargaretThe Misadventures of Margaret Performer ("Something to Do with Spring"), Writer ("Something to Do with Spring")  Less 1998 $5MM
  • Primary photo for Twentieth Century Blues: The Songs of Noël CowardTwentieth Century Blues: The Songs of Noël Coward (Video) Music And Lyrics By  Less 1998
  • Primary photo for Paradise RoadParadise Road Writer ("Mad About the Boy")  Less 1997 $16MM $1.9MM / $960K
  • Primary photo for James and the Giant PeachJames and the Giant Peach Performer ("Sail Away"), Writer ("Sail Away")  Less 1996 $38MM $29MM / —
  • Primary photo for A Midwinter's TaleA Midwinter's Tale Writer ("Why Must The Show Go On")  Less 1995 $347K / —
  • Primary photo for Crimes and MisdemeanorsCrimes and Misdemeanors Writer ("I'll See You Again" (1929))  Less 1989 $19MM $18MM / —
  • Primary photo for Ten Little IndiansTen Little Indians Performer ("Mad Dogs And Englishmen"), Producer ("Mad Dogs And Englishmen"), Writer ("Mad Dogs And Englishmen")  Less 1989
  • Primary photo for Sidste aktSidste akt Writer (play) (as Noel Coward)  Less 1987
  • Primary photo for Finders KeepersFinders Keepers Writer ("Mad About the Boy") (uncredited)  Less 1984 $1.5MM / —
  • Primary photo for Better Late Than NeverBetter Late Than Never Lyrics ("I WENT TO A MARVELLOUS PARTY"), Music ("I WENT TO A MARVELLOUS PARTY")  Less 1983 $49K / —
  • Primary photo for Never Never LandNever Never Land Soundtrack ("ANY LITTLE FISH CAN SWIM")  Less 1980
  • Primary photo for England Made MeEngland Made Me Lyrics ("Mad About the Boy"), Music ("Mad About the Boy"), Performer ("Mad About the Boy")  Less 1973
  • Primary photo for The Magic ChristianThe Magic Christian Soundtrack ("Mad About The Boy")  Less 1969
  • Primary photo for The Italian JobThe Italian Job Mr. Bridger  Less 1969 $3MM
  • Primary photo for Star!Star! Writer ("Forbidden Fruit", "Parisian Pierrot", "Someday I'll Find You", "Has Anybody Seen Our Ship")  Less 1968 $14MM $4MM / $10MM
  • Primary photo for InterludeInterlude Writer (play "Still Life") (as Noel Coward)  Less 1968
  • Primary photo for Boom!Boom! The Witch of Capri (as Noel Coward)  Less 1968 $10MM
  • Primary photo for A Matter of InnocenceA Matter of Innocence Writer (story "Pretty Polly Barlow") (as Noel Coward)  Less 1967
  • Primary photo for Bunny Lake Is MissingBunny Lake Is Missing Wilson  Less 1965
  • Primary photo for Paris When It SizzlesParis When It Sizzles Alexander Meyerheim (as Noel Coward)  Less 1964 $4MM
  • Primary photo for The GuestThe Guest Associate Producer (uncredited)  Less 1963 £30K
  • Primary photo for The Grass Is GreenerThe Grass Is Greener Composer (original theme) (uncredited), Writer ("The Stately Homes Of England") (uncredited)  Less 1960 $6MM / —
  • Primary photo for Surprise PackageSurprise Package King Pavel II (as Noel Coward), Performer ("Surprise Package")  Less 1960
  • Primary photo for The Children of LindosThe Children of Lindos (Short) King Pavel II - Narrator (as Noel Coward)  Less 1960
  • Primary photo for Our Man in HavanaOur Man in Havana Hawthorne  Less 1959
  • Primary photo for Witness for the ProsecutionWitness for the Prosecution Dialogue Director (uncredited)  Less 1957 $3MM — / $9MM
  • Primary photo for Around the World in 80 DaysAround the World in 80 Days Roland Hesketh-Baggott - London Employment Agency Manager (as Noel Coward)  Less 1956 $6MM $42MM / —
  • Primary photo for Let's Make UpLet's Make Up Writer ("Dance Little Lady") (as Noël Coward)  Less 1954
  • Primary photo for Tonight at 8:30Tonight at 8:30 Soundtrack ("Play Orchestra Play", "You Were There"), Writer ("Men About Town", "Has Anybody Seen Our Ship?") (uncredited), Writer (based on three plays from: "Tonight At 8.30")  Less 1952
  • Primary photo for Farlig kurvaFarlig kurva Writer ("I'll See You Again") (uncredited)  Less 1952
  • Primary photo for Golden SalamanderGolden Salamander Industry Consultant (uncredited)  Less 1950
  • Primary photo for The Astonished HeartThe Astonished Heart Christian Faber (as Noel Coward), Composer (as Noel Coward), Writer (by) (as Noel Coward), Writer (play) (uncredited), Writer (screenplay) (as Noel Coward)  Less 1950
  • Primary photo for Brief EncounterBrief Encounter Train Station Announcer (uncredited), Producer (as Noel Coward), Writer (play "Still Life") (uncredited)  Less 1945 £170K
  • Primary photo for Blithe SpiritBlithe Spirit Narrator (uncredited), Producer (as Noel Coward), Writer (play) (uncredited), Writer (screenplay) (uncredited)  Less 1945
  • Primary photo for This Happy BreedThis Happy Breed Producer (as Noel Coward), Writer ("London Pride") (uncredited), Writer (play)  Less 1944 £200K
  • Primary photo for In Which We ServeIn Which We Serve Captain E. V. Kinross R.N. (Captain 'D') (as Noel Coward), Composer (musical score) (as Noel Coward), Director (as Noel Coward), Producer (as Noel Coward), Writer (by) (as Noel Coward)  Less 1942 £240K
  • Primary photo for We Were DancingWe Were Dancing Music ("We Were Dancing") (uncredited), Writer (play "Tonight at 8: 30") (as Noel Coward)  Less 1942
  • Primary photo for Bitter SweetBitter Sweet Music And Lyrics By (as Noel Coward), Lyrics ("Dear Little Cafe" (1929)) (uncredited), Music ("Dear Little Cafe" (1929)) (uncredited), Writer ("I'll See You Again" (1929), "Polka" (1929), "If You Could Only Come With Me" (1929), "What Is Love" (1929), "Kiss Me" (1929), "Tokay" (1929), "Love In Any Language" (1929), "Ladies Of The Town" (1929), "Zigeuner (The Gypsy)" (1929)) (uncredited), Writer (original play) (as Noel Coward)  Less 1940
  • Primary photo for The Miracle of SoundThe Miracle of Sound (Short) Writer ("Dear Little Cafe") (uncredited)  Less 1940
  • Primary photo for Men Are Not GodsMen Are Not Gods Passer-by (uncredited)  Less 1936
  • Primary photo for The Terrible LoversThe Terrible Lovers Writer (play "Private Lives") (as Noel Coward)  Less 1936
  • Primary photo for The ScoundrelThe Scoundrel Anthony Mallare (as Noel Coward)  Less 1935
  • Primary photo for The Little DamozelThe Little Damozel Composer (as Noel Coward)  Less 1933
  • Primary photo for Design for LivingDesign for Living Writer (play) (as Noel Coward)  Less 1933
  • Primary photo for Bitter SweetBitter Sweet Lyrics And Music (as Noel Coward), Lyrics ("I'll See You Again", "If Love Were All"), Music ("I'll See You Again", "If Love Were All"), Writer (play and dialogue) (as Noel Coward)  Less 1933
  • Primary photo for CavalcadeCavalcade Writer ("Girls of the C.I.V." (1931), "Mirabelle" (1931), "Twentieth Century Blues" (1931), "Lover of My Dreams" (1931)) (uncredited), Writer (play) (uncredited)  Less 1933 $1.2MM $7.6MM / $8MM
  • Primary photo for Tonight Is OursTonight Is Ours Writer (play "The Queen Was In the Parlor") (as Noel Coward)  Less 1933
  • Primary photo for Private LivesPrivate Lives Lyrics ("Someday I'll Find You" (1931)) (uncredited), Music ("Someday I'll Find You" (1931)) (uncredited), Writer (from the play by) (as Noel Coward)  Less 1931
  • Primary photo for The VortexThe Vortex Writer (play) (as Noel Coward)  Less 1928
  • Primary photo for Easy VirtueEasy Virtue Writer (adapted from the play by) (as Noel Coward)  Less 1928
  • Primary photo for Forbidden LoveForbidden Love Writer (play) (as Noel Coward)  Less 1927
  • Primary photo for Hearts of the WorldHearts of the World The Man with the Wheelbarrow / A Villager in the Streets (as Noel Coward)  Less 1918
Past Television (151 titles)YEAREPISODE COUNT
  • Primary photo for Holding Back the YearsHolding Back the Years (TV Series) Writer ("Dance Little Lady") (1 episode, 2018)  Less 2018 1
    • Episode #2.4 (Mar 15, 2018) Writer ("Dance Little Lady") (uncredited)  Less
  • Primary photo for FlemingFleming (TV Mini-series) Writer ("Don't Let's Be Beastly to the Germans") (1 episode, 2014)  Less 2014 1
    • Episode #1.2 (Feb 5, 2014) Writer ("Don't Let's Be Beastly to the Germans") (uncredited)  Less
  • Primary photo for Burton and TaylorBurton and Taylor (TV Movie) Writer (extracts from the play "Private Lives") (as Noel Coward)  Less 2013
  • Primary photo for StoryvilleStoryville (TV Series) Performer ("A Room With A View", "Don't Put Your Daughter on the Stage, Mrs Worthington") (1 episode, 2012), Writer ("A Room With A View", "Don't Put Your Daughter on the Stage, Mrs Worthington") (1 episode, 2012)  Less 2012 1
    • The Real Great Escape (Apr 19, 2012) Performer ("A Room With A View", "Don't Put Your Daughter on the Stage, Mrs Worthington"), Writer ("A Room With A View", "Don't Put Your Daughter on the Stage, Mrs Worthington")  Less
  • Primary photo for In Love With...In Love With... (TV Mini-series) Writer  Less 2011–2012
  • Primary photo for BBC Swingin' ChristmasBBC Swingin' Christmas (TV Movie) Lyrics ("Mad About the Boy"), Music ("Mad About the Boy")  Less 2010
  • Primary photo for De wereld draait doorDe wereld draait door (TV Series) Writer ("Mad About the Boy") (1 episode, 2009)  Less 2009 1
    • Episode #4.174 (May 29, 2009) Writer ("Mad About the Boy") (uncredited)  Less
  • Primary photo for The InbetweenersThe Inbetweeners (TV Series) Writer ("Mad About the Boy") (1 episode, 2009)  Less 2009 1
    • Will's Birthday (Apr 16, 2009) Writer ("Mad About the Boy") (uncredited)  Less
  • Primary photo for Cold CaseCold Case (TV Series) Lyrics ("Never Again") (1 episode, 2009), Music ("Never Again") (1 episode, 2009)  Less 2009 1
    • Libertyville (Mar 29, 2009) Lyrics ("Never Again") (uncredited), Music ("Never Again") (uncredited)  Less
  • Primary photo for TimeshiftTimeshift (TV Series) Performer ("The Hippopotamus Song") (1 episode, 2008)  Less 2008 1
    • The Comic Songbook (Dec 22, 2008) Performer ("The Hippopotamus Song")  Less
  • Primary photo for Hitler: The Comedy YearsHitler: The Comedy Years (TV Movie) Performer ("Don't Let's Be Beastly to the Germans"), Writer ("Don't Let's Be Beastly to the Germans")  Less 2007
  • Primary photo for Torvill & Dean's Dancing on IceTorvill & Dean's Dancing on Ice (TV Series) Writer ("Mad About The Boy") (1 episode, 2006)  Less 2006 1
    • Episode #1.1 (Jul 11, 2006) Writer ("Mad About The Boy")  Less
  • Primary photo for Cap d'any a TV3Cap d'any a TV3 (TV Special) Writer ("Mad About the Boy")  Less 2004
  • Primary photo for Agatha Christie's MarpleAgatha Christie's Marple (TV Series) Soundtrack (1 episode, 2004)  Less 2004 1
  • Primary photo for Agatha Christie's PoirotAgatha Christie's Poirot (TV Series) Writer ("Mad About the Boy") (1 episode, 2004)  Less 2004 1
    • Death on the Nile (Apr 12, 2004) Writer ("Mad About the Boy") (uncredited)  Less
  • Primary photo for Privatni zivotiPrivatni zivoti (TV Movie) Writer (novel "Private Lives") (as Noel Coward)  Less 2003
  • Primary photo for Elaine Stritch at LibertyElaine Stritch at Liberty (TV Movie) Writer ("Why Do The Wrong People Travel?", "I Went To A Marvelous Party")  Less 2002
  • Primary photo for ChangiChangi (TV Mini-series) Writer ("I'll See You Again") (1 episode, 2001)  Less 2001 1
  • Primary photo for A Dance to the Music of TimeA Dance to the Music of Time (TV Mini-series) Soundtrack (1 episode, 1997)  Less 1997 1
    • The Twenties (Aug 28, 2007) Soundtrack ("Twentieth Century Blues") (uncredited)  Less
  • Primary photo for Stars in Their EyesStars in Their Eyes (TV Series) Writer ("Mad About the Boy") (2 episodes, 1996)  Less 1996 2
  • Primary photo for Mystery Science Theater 3000Mystery Science Theater 3000 (TV Series) Writer ("Mad About the Boy") (1 episode, 1993)  Less 1993 1
    • I Accuse My Parents (Sep 4, 1993) Writer ("Mad About the Boy") (uncredited)  Less
  • Primary photo for CountdownCountdown (TV Series) Writer ("Matelot" uncredited) (1 episode, 1991)  Less 1991 1
    • Episode #22.12 (Jul 16, 1991) Writer ("Matelot" uncredited)  Less
  • Primary photo for Tonight at 8.30Tonight at 8.30 (TV Series) Composer (8 episodes, 1991), Writer (8 episodes, 1991)  Less 1991 8
    • Shadow Play (Jun 2, 1991) Composer (as Noel Coward), Writer (as Noel Coward)  Less
    • Still Life (May 26, 1991) Composer (as Noel Coward), Writer (as Noel Coward)  Less
    • Ways and Means (May 19, 1991) Composer (as Noel Coward), Writer (as Noel Coward)  Less
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  • Primary photo for En himla många programEn himla många program (TV Mini-series) Music ("I morgon kommer sakert krisen"), Lyrics ("I morgon kommer sakert krisen")  Less 1989– 
  • Primary photo for GoldeneyeGoldeneye (TV Movie) Writer ("Poor Little Rich Girl", "Dance Little Lady") (uncredited)  Less 1989
  • Primary photo for Rumpole of the BaileyRumpole of the Bailey (TV Series) Writer (excerpts from "TONIGHT AT 8.30" and "We Were Dancing" by) (1 episode, 1988)  Less 1988 1
    • Rumpole and Portia (Dec 21, 1988) Writer (excerpts from "TONIGHT AT 8.30" and "We Were Dancing" by) (as Noel Coward)  Less
  • Primary photo for 'Allo 'Allo!'Allo 'Allo! (TV Series) Writer ("Mad About the Boy") (1 episode, 1987)  Less 1987 1
    • Camp Dance (Nov 14, 1987) Writer ("Mad About the Boy") (uncredited)  Less
  • Primary photo for FameFame (TV Series) Writer ("What Ho, Mrs. Brisket", "Men About Town") (1 episode, 1987)  Less 1987 1
    • Pros and Cons (Feb 9, 1987) Writer ("What Ho, Mrs. Brisket", "Men About Town")  Less
  • Primary photo for QuadrilleQuadrille (TV Movie) Writer (play) (as Noel Coward)  Less 1986
  • Primary photo for Földi kacajFöldi kacaj (TV Movie) Writer (play "Present Laughter") (as Noel Coward)  Less 1986
  • Primary photo for Star Quality: Mr. and Mrs. EdgehillStar Quality: Mr. and Mrs. Edgehill (TV Movie) Writer (story) (as Noel Coward)  Less 1985
  • Primary photo for Star Quality: Bon VoyageStar Quality: Bon Voyage (TV Movie) Writer (story) (as Noel Coward)  Less 1985
  • Primary photo for Me and the GirlsMe and the Girls (TV Movie) Writer (story) (as Noel Coward)  Less 1985
  • Primary photo for What Mad Pursuit?What Mad Pursuit? (TV Movie) Writer (story) (as Noel Coward)  Less 1985
  • Primary photo for Mrs. Capper's BirthdayMrs. Capper's Birthday (TV Movie) Writer (story) (as Noel Coward)  Less 1985
  • Primary photo for Star QualityStar Quality (TV Movie) Writer (story) (as Noel Coward)  Less 1985
  • Primary photo for Hay FeverHay Fever (TV Movie) Writer (play) (as Noel Coward)  Less 1984
  • Primary photo for HayfeverHayfever (TV Movie) Writer (play "Hay Fever")  Less 1984
  • Primary photo for La comediaLa comedia (TV Series) Writer (play) (1 episode, 1983)  Less 1983 1
    • Fácil virtud (Nov 29, 1983) Writer (play) (as Noel Coward)  Less
  • Primary photo for Estudio 1Estudio 1 (TV Series) Writer (play "Blithe Spirit") (1 episode, 1970), Writer (play "Fallen Angels") (1 episode, 1982), Writer (play "Hay Fever") (1 episode, 1968), Writer (play) (1 episode, 1980)  Less 1968–1982 4
    • Ángeles caídos (Dec 20, 1982) Writer (play "Fallen Angels") (as Noel Coward)  Less
    • Desnudo con violín (Mar 30, 1980) Writer (play) (as Noel Coward)  Less
    • Un espíritu burlón (Jan 22, 1970) Writer (play "Blithe Spirit") (as Noel Coward)  Less
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  • Primary photo for BBC2 PlayhouseBBC2 Playhouse (TV Series) Writer (play) (2 episodes, 1981), Writer (1 episode, 1982)  Less 1981–1982 3
  • Primary photo for Present LaughterPresent Laughter (TV Movie) Writer (as Noel Coward)  Less 1981
  • Primary photo for Song by SongSong by Song (TV Series) Composer (1 episode, 1980), Lyrics (1 episode, 1980)  Less 1980 1
    • By Noël Coward (Dec 28, 1980) Composer (as Noel Coward), Lyrics (as Noel Coward)  Less
  • Primary photo for The MarquiseThe Marquise (TV Movie) Writer (play) (as Noel Coward)  Less 1980
  • Primary photo for IntimitätenIntimitäten (TV Movie) Writer  Less 1980
  • Primary photo for BBC Play of the MonthBBC Play of the Month (TV Series) Writer (play) (2 episodes, 1969), Writer (1 episode, 1968)  Less 1968–1979 3
    • Design for Living (May 6, 1979) Writer (play) (as Noel Coward)  Less
    • The Marquise (Dec 14, 1969) Writer (play) (as Noel Coward)  Less
    • Hay Fever (Aug 4, 1968) Writer (as Noel Coward)  Less
  • Primary photo for The Muppet ShowThe Muppet Show (TV Series) Writer ("Mad Dogs and Englishmen") (1 episode, 1978), Writer ("Mad about the Boy") (1 episode, 1979)  Less 1978–1979 2
    • Leslie Uggams (Feb 10, 1979) Writer ("Mad about the Boy") (uncredited)  Less
    • Cleo Laine (May 13, 1978) Writer ("Mad Dogs and Englishmen")  Less
  • Primary photo for Blithe SpiritBlithe Spirit (TV Movie) Writer (play)  Less 1978
  • Primary photo for The SongwritersThe Songwriters (TV Series) Music And Lyrics By (1 episode, 1978)  Less 1978 1
    • Noël Coward (Jun 29, 1978) Music And Lyrics By  Less
  • Primary photo for The Duchess of Duke StreetThe Duchess of Duke Street (TV Mini-series) Writer ("Poor Little Rich Girl") (1 episode, 1977)  Less 1977 1
    • Ain't We Got Fun (Dec 24, 1977) Writer ("Poor Little Rich Girl") (uncredited)  Less
  • Primary photo for Die MarquiseDie Marquise (TV Movie) Writer (play) (as Noel Coward)  Less 1977
  • Primary photo for Au théâtre ce soirAu théâtre ce soir (TV Series) Writer (play) (3 episodes, 1973), Writer (play "Hay Fever") (1 episode, 1976)  Less 1973–1976 4
    • Week-end (Dec 8, 1976) Writer (play "Hay Fever") (as Noel Coward)  Less
    • Le nu au tambour (Aug 22, 1975) Writer (play) (as Noel Coward)  Less
    • Jeux d'esprit (Jan 25, 1974) Writer (play) (as Noel Coward)  Less
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  • Primary photo for Private LivesPrivate Lives (TV Movie) Writer (as Noel Coward)  Less 1976
  • Primary photo for Brief EncounterBrief Encounter (TV Movie) Writer (play "Still Life") (as Noel Coward)  Less 1974
  • Primary photo for Fallen AngelsFallen Angels (TV Movie) Writer (play) (as Noel Coward)  Less 1974
  • Primary photo for The Black and White Minstrel ShowThe Black and White Minstrel Show (TV Series) Composer (1 episode, 1973)  Less 1973 1
  • Primary photo for LilyLily (TV Special) Lyrics ("Twentieth Century Blues"), Music ("Twentieth Century Blues")  Less 1973
  • Primary photo for The Graham Kennedy ShowThe Graham Kennedy Show (TV Series) Lyrics ("Noël Coward medley - 'Play, Orchestra, Play', 'Don't Put Your Daughter on the Stage, Mrs. Worthington', 'If Love Were All', 'That is the End of the News', 'Let's Do It (Let's Fall in Love)', 'I'll See You Again', 'What Ho! Mrs. Brisket', 'Zigeuner', 'Has Anybody Seen Our Ship?', 'A Room with a View', 'Let's Do It (Let's Fall in Love)' reprise") (1 episode, 1973), Writer ("Noël Coward medley - 'Play, Orchestra, Play', 'Don't Put Your Daughter on the Stage, Mrs. Worthington', 'If Love Were All', 'That is the End of the News', 'Let's Do It (Let's Fall in Love)', 'I'll See You Again', 'What Ho! Mrs. Brisket', 'Zigeuner', 'Has Anybody Seen Our Ship?', 'A Room with a View', 'Let's Do It (Let's Fall in Love)' reprise") (1 episode, 1973)  Less 1973 1
    • Episode dated 17 July 1973 (Jul 17, 1973) Lyrics ("Noël Coward medley - 'Play, Orchestra, Play', 'Don't Put Your Daughter on the Stage, Mrs. Worthington', 'If Love Were All', 'That is the End of the News', 'Let's Do It (Let's Fall in Love)', 'I'll See You Again', 'What Ho! Mrs. Brisket', 'Zigeuner', 'Has Anybody Seen Our Ship?', 'A Room with a View', 'Let's Do It (Let's Fall in Love)' reprise"), Writer ("Noël Coward medley - 'Play, Orchestra, Play', 'Don't Put Your Daughter on the Stage, Mrs. Worthington', 'If Love Were All', 'That is the End of the News', 'Let's Do It (Let's Fall in Love)', 'I'll See You Again', 'What Ho! Mrs. Brisket', 'Zigeuner', 'Has Anybody Seen Our Ship?', 'A Room with a View', 'Let's Do It (Let's Fall in Love)' reprise")  Less
  • Primary photo for Play for TodayPlay for Today (TV Series) Writer (1 episode, 1973)  Less 1973 1
  • Primary photo for ColditzColditz (TV Series) Writer ("A Room With a View") (1 episode, 1973)  Less 1973 1
  • Primary photo for Joyeux chagrinsJoyeux chagrins (TV Movie) Writer (play) (as Noel Coward)  Less 1972
  • Primary photo for AmourenAmouren (TV Movie) Writer (play "Present Laughter") (as Noel Coward)  Less 1972
  • Primary photo for Alta comediaAlta comedia (TV Series) Writer (play "Blithe Spirit") (1 episode, 1972), Writer (1 episode, 1970)  Less 1970–1972 2
  • Primary photo for Teatro 13Teatro 13 (TV Series) Writer (1 episode, 1971)  Less 1971 1
  • Primary photo for Temni hrastTemni hrast (TV Movie) Writer (novel) (as Noel Coward)  Less 1971
  • Primary photo for A Birthday Gala Tribute Noel CowardA Birthday Gala Tribute Noel Coward (TV Movie) Himsel- Honoree (as Noel Coward)  Less 1970
  • Primary photo for Dad's ArmyDad's Army (TV Series) Writer ("A Room with a View ") (1 episode, 1970)  Less 1970 1
    • Absent Friends (Oct 30, 1970) Writer ("A Room with a View ") (uncredited)  Less
  • Primary photo for The Coward RevueThe Coward Revue (TV Movie) Lyrics, Music, Lyrics ("Could You Please Oblige Us With A Bren Gun"), Music ("Could You Please Oblige Us With A Bren Gun")  Less 1969
  • Primary photo for Red PeppersRed Peppers (TV Movie) Writer (as Noel Coward)  Less 1969
  • Primary photo for The Wednesday PlayThe Wednesday Play (TV Series) Writer (by) (1 episode, 1969), Writer (1 episode, 1969)  Less 1969 1
    • The Vortex (Dec 10, 1969) Writer (as Noel Coward), Writer (by) (as Noel Coward)  Less
  • Primary photo for Duett im ZwielichtDuett im Zwielicht (TV Movie) Writer (play "A Song at Twilight") (as Noel Coward)  Less 1969
  • Primary photo for This Is Tom JonesThis Is Tom Jones (TV Series) Writer ("Mad About The Boy") (1 episode, 1969)  Less 1969 1
    • Episode #1.13 (May 2, 1969) Writer ("Mad About The Boy")  Less
  • Primary photo for Marvelous Party!Marvelous Party! (TV Movie) Composer (as Noel Coward)  Less 1969
  • Primary photo for This Happy BreedThis Happy Breed (TV Movie) Writer (as Noel Coward)  Less 1969
  • Primary photo for ITV PlayhouseITV Playhouse (TV Series) Writer (2 episodes, 1968), Composer (1 episode, 1968), Writer (story) (1 episode, 1968)  Less 1968 3
    • The Kindness of Mrs Radcliffe (Sep 23, 1968) Writer (as Noel Coward)  Less
    • Bon Voyage (Aug 12, 1968) Writer (as Noel Coward)  Less
    • Star Quality (Aug 5, 1968) Composer (as Noel Coward), Writer (story) (as Noel Coward)  Less
  • Primary photo for The Jazz AgeThe Jazz Age (TV Series) Writer (1 episode, 1968)  Less 1968 1
    • Post Mortem (Sep 17, 1968) Writer (as Noel Coward)  Less
  • Primary photo for WeekendWeekend (TV Movie) Writer (play) (as Noel Coward)  Less 1968
  • Primary photo for Vaimoni kummitteleeVaimoni kummittelee (TV Movie) Writer (play "Blithe Spirit") (as Noel Coward)  Less 1968
  • Primary photo for Armchair TheatreArmchair Theatre (TV Series) Writer (story) (1 episode, 1968), Writer (1 episode, 1966)  Less 1966–1968 2
  • Primary photo for Kratak susretKratak susret (TV Movie) Writer (as Noel Coward)  Less 1968
  • Primary photo for ITV Play of the WeekITV Play of the Week (TV Series) Himself - Presenter (4 episodes, 1964), Writer (play) (4 episodes, 1959), Writer (2 episodes, 1960), Writer (author) (1 episode, 1967), Writer (1 episode, 1964)  Less 1959–1967 7
    • Present Laughter (Feb 28, 1968) Writer (author) (as Noel Coward)  Less
    • A Choice of Coward #4: Design for Living (Aug 31, 1964) Himself - Presenter (as Noel Coward), Writer (play) (as Noel Coward)  Less
    • A Choice of Coward #3: The Vortex (Aug 24, 1964) Himself - Presenter (as Noel Coward), Writer (play) (as Noel Coward)  Less
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  • Primary photo for Androcles and the LionAndrocles and the Lion (TV Movie) Caesar (as Noel Coward)  Less 1967
  • Primary photo for Before the FringeBefore the Fringe (TV Series) Writer (2 episodes, 1967)  Less 1967 2
    • Episode #2.6 (Oct 23, 1967) Writer (as Noel Coward)  Less
    • Episode #1.1 (Jan 30, 1967) Writer (as Noel Coward)  Less
  • Primary photo for Brian Rix Presents ...Brian Rix Presents ... (TV Series) Writer (play "Look After Lulu!") (1 episode, 1967)  Less 1967 1
    • Look After Lulu (Mar 28, 1967) Writer (play "Look After Lulu!")  Less
  • Primary photo for Acting in the SixtiesActing in the Sixties (TV Series) Writer (play "Hay Fever") (1 episode, 1967)  Less 1967 1
    • Maggie Smith (Mar 18, 1967) Writer (play "Hay Fever")  Less
  • Primary photo for HooikoortsHooikoorts (TV Movie) Writer (play "Hay Fever") (as Noel Coward)  Less 1966
  • Primary photo for Blithe SpiritBlithe Spirit (TV Movie) Writer (play) (as Noel Coward)  Less 1966
  • Primary photo for Wechselkurs der LiebeWechselkurs der Liebe (TV Movie) Writer (play "Relative Values") (as Noel Coward)  Less 1966
  • Primary photo for Oh, diese GeisterOh, diese Geister (TV Movie) Writer (play "Blithe Spirit") (as Noel Coward)  Less 1966
  • Primary photo for Music for YouMusic for You (TV Series) Music And Lyrics By (1 episode, 1966)  Less 1966 1
    • Episode #9.1 (May 28, 1966) Music And Lyrics By  Less
  • Primary photo for QuadrilleQuadrille (TV Movie) Writer (play) (as Noel Coward)  Less 1966
  • Primary photo for GeisterkomödieGeisterkomödie (TV Movie) Writer (play) (as Noel Coward)  Less 1966
  • Primary photo for Falne englerFalne engler (TV Movie) Writer (based on play) (as Noel Coward)  Less 1966
  • Primary photo for Südsee-AffaireSüdsee-Affaire (TV Movie) Writer (play "The South Sea Bubble") (as Noel Coward)  Less 1965
  • Primary photo for Present LaughterPresent Laughter (TV Movie) Writer (play)  Less 1965
  • Primary photo for HøyfeberHøyfeber (TV Movie) Writer (play "Hay Fever") (as Noel Coward)  Less 1965
  • Primary photo for Geisterkomödie - Eine unwahrscheinliche KomödieGeisterkomödie - Eine unwahrscheinliche Komödie (TV Movie) Writer (play "Blithe Spirit") (as Noel Coward)  Less 1965
  • Primary photo for Ninety Years OnNinety Years On (TV Movie) Narrator / Host (as Noel Coward)  Less 1964
  • Primary photo for A Choice of CowardA Choice of Coward (TV Series) Himself - Presenter (3 episodes, 1964), Writer (3 episodes, 1964)  Less 1964 3
    • Design for Living (Aug 31, 1964) Himself - Presenter (as Noel Coward), Writer (as Noel Coward)  Less
    • The Vortex (Aug 24, 1964) Himself - Presenter (as Noel Coward), Writer (as Noel Coward)  Less
    • Blithe Spirit (Aug 17, 1964) Himself - Presenter (as Noel Coward), Writer (as Noel Coward)  Less
  • Primary photo for Nude with ViolinNude with Violin (TV Movie) Writer (play) (as Noel Coward)  Less 1964
  • Primary photo for TeatterituokioTeatterituokio (TV Series) Writer (1 episode, 1964)  Less 1964 1
  • Primary photo for AmourenAmouren (TV Movie) Writer (play "Present Laughter") (as Noel Coward)  Less 1964
  • Primary photo for MarkisinnanMarkisinnan (TV Movie) Writer (play "The Marquise") (as Noel Coward)  Less 1964
  • Primary photo for Möblemang i ekMöblemang i ek (TV Movie) Writer (play) (as Noel Coward)  Less 1963
  • Primary photo for FestivalFestival (TV Series) Writer (play) (1 episode, 1963)  Less 1963 1
    • Fallen Angels (Oct 9, 1963) Writer (play) (as Noel Coward)  Less
  • Primary photo for BBC Sunday-Night PlayBBC Sunday-Night Play (TV Mini-series) Writer (play) (2 episodes, 1960)  Less 1960–1962 2
  • Primary photo for GeisterkomödieGeisterkomödie (TV Movie) Writer (play "Blithe Spirit") (as Noel Coward)  Less 1962
  • Primary photo for QuadrilleQuadrille (TV Movie) Writer (play) (as Noel Coward)  Less 1961
  • Primary photo for Zwischen den ZügenZwischen den Zügen (TV Movie) Writer (play "Brief Encounter") (as Noel Coward)  Less 1961
  • Primary photo for Das Maß ist vollDas Maß ist voll (TV Short) Writer (play) (as Noel Coward)  Less 1961
  • Primary photo for Minkä minulle voitteMinkä minulle voitte (TV Movie) Writer (play "Present Laughter") (as Noel Coward)  Less 1961
  • Primary photo for HooikoortsHooikoorts (TV Movie) Writer (play "Hay Fever") (as Noel Coward)  Less 1961
  • Primary photo for The Dinah Shore Chevy ShowThe Dinah Shore Chevy Show (TV Series) Writer (play) (1 episode, 1961)  Less 1961 1
    • Brief Encounter (Mar 26, 1961) Writer (play) (as Noel Coward)  Less
  • Primary photo for TV de comédiaTV de comédia (TV Series) Writer (play "Blithe Spirit") (1 episode, 1960)  Less 1960 1
    • A Mulher do Outro Mundo (May 29, 1960) Writer (play "Blithe Spirit") (as Noel Coward)  Less
  • Primary photo for Art Carney SpecialArt Carney Special (TV Series) Writer (play Red Peppers) (1 episode, 1960)  Less 1960 1
    • Three in One (Feb 5, 1960) Writer (play Red Peppers) (as Noel Coward)  Less
  • Primary photo for Akt mit GeigeAkt mit Geige (TV Movie) Writer (play) (as Noel Coward)  Less 1959
  • Primary photo for Kurze BegegnungKurze Begegnung (TV Movie) Writer (play "Brief Encounter") (as Noel Coward)  Less 1959
  • Primary photo for IntimitätenIntimitäten (TV Movie) Writer (play "Private Lives") (as Noel Coward)  Less 1959
  • Primary photo for ITV Television PlayhouseITV Television Playhouse (TV Series) Writer (play) (1 episode, 1959)  Less 1959 1
    • Private Lives (Jan 16, 1959) Writer (play) (as Noel Coward)  Less
  • Primary photo for Fim de Semana no CampoFim de Semana no Campo (TV Series) Writer (play)  Less 1959– 
  • Primary photo for Red PeppersRed Peppers (TV Short) Writer (as Noel Coward)  Less 1958
  • Primary photo for YokaYoka (TV Movie) Writer (texts) (as Noel Coward)  Less 1958
  • Primary photo for The Big RecordThe Big Record (TV Series) Writer ("London Pride") (1 episode, 1958)  Less 1958 1
    • Episode #1.20 (Feb 5, 1958) Writer ("London Pride")  Less
  • Primary photo for WeekendWeekend (TV Movie) Writer (play) (as Noel Coward)  Less 1957
  • Primary photo for Grande Teatro TupiGrande Teatro Tupi (TV Series) Writer (2 episodes, 1956), Writer (story) (1 episode, 1952), Writer (play) (1 episode, 1953)  Less 1952–1957 4
    Show more
  • Primary photo for Nude with ViolinNude with Violin (TV Movie) Director (as Noel Coward), Writer (play) (as Noel Coward)  Less 1956
  • Primary photo for Hey, Jeannie!Hey, Jeannie! (TV Series) Writer ("Mad Dogs and Englishmen") (1 episode, 1956)  Less 1956 1
    • The Donut Machine (Dec 8, 1956) Writer ("Mad Dogs and Englishmen") (uncredited)  Less
  • Primary photo for South Sea BubbleSouth Sea Bubble (TV Movie) Writer (play) (as Noel Coward)  Less 1956
  • Primary photo for Ford Star JubileeFord Star Jubilee (TV Series) Director (3 episodes, 1955), Frank Gibbons / Charles Condomine (2 episodes, 1956), Writer (2 episodes, 1955), Writer ("Together with Music", "Uncle Harry", "Nina", "Mad Dogs and Englishmen", "Ninety Minutes Is a Long, Long Time", "I'll See You Again", "Dance Little Lady", "Poor Little Rich Girl", "Room With a View", "Someday I'll Find You", "I'll Follow My Secret Heart", "If Love Were All", "Play, Orchestra, Play", "World Weary", "What's Going to Happen to the Tots", "London Pride") (1 episode, 1955), Writer (adaptation) (1 episode, 1956), Composer (1 episode, 1955), Himself (1 episode, 1955), Writer (play) (1 episode, 1956), Performer ("Together with Music", "Uncle Harry", "Nina", "Mad Dogs and Englishmen", "Ninety Minutes Is a Long, Long Time", "I'll See You Again", "Dance Little Lady", "Poor Little Rich Girl", "Room With a View", "Someday I'll Find You", "I'll Follow My Secret Heart", "If Love Were All", "Play, Orchestra, Play", "World Weary", "What's Going to Happen to the Tots", "Deep in the Heart of Texas", "Get Out Those Old Records", "They Didn't Believe Me", "'S Wonderful", "Time on My Hands", "I Didn't Know What Time It Was", "Anything Goes", "Dancing in the Dark", "Ballerina", "I Won't Dance", "Papa, Won't You Dance with Me?") (1 episode, 1955)  Less 1955–1956 3
    • This Happy Breed (May 5, 1956) Frank Gibbons (as Noel Coward), Director (as Noel Coward), Writer (adaptation) (as Noel Coward), Writer (play) (as Noel Coward)  Less
    • Blithe Spirit (Jan 14, 1956) Charles Condomine (as Noel Coward), Director (as Noel Coward), Writer  Less
    • Together with Music (Oct 22, 1955) Himself (as Noel Coward), Composer (original music by) (as Noel Coward), Director (as Noel Coward), Performer ("Together with Music", "Uncle Harry", "Nina", "Mad Dogs and Englishmen", "Ninety Minutes Is a Long, Long Time", "I'll See You Again", "Dance Little Lady", "Poor Little Rich Girl", "Room With a View", "Someday I'll Find You", "I'll Follow My Secret Heart", "If Love Were All", "Play, Orchestra, Play", "World Weary", "What's Going to Happen to the Tots", "Deep in the Heart of Texas", "Get Out Those Old Records", "They Didn't Believe Me", "'S Wonderful", "Time on My Hands", "I Didn't Know What Time It Was", "Anything Goes", "Dancing in the Dark", "Ballerina", "I Won't Dance", "Papa, Won't You Dance with Me?") (uncredited), Writer ("Together with Music", "Uncle Harry", "Nina", "Mad Dogs and Englishmen", "Ninety Minutes Is a Long, Long Time", "I'll See You Again", "Dance Little Lady", "Poor Little Rich Girl", "Room With a View", "Someday I'll Find You", "I'll Follow My Secret Heart", "If Love Were All", "Play, Orchestra, Play", "World Weary", "What's Going to Happen to the Tots", "London Pride") (uncredited), Writer (as Noel Coward)  Less
  • Primary photo for OmnibusOmnibus (TV Series) Writer (play) (1 episode, 1956)  Less 1956 1
    • The Better Half (Mar 11, 1956) Writer (play) (segments: The Better Half)  Less
  • Primary photo for The Jack Benny ProgramThe Jack Benny Program (TV Series) Writer ("Mad Dogs And Englishmen") (1 episode, 1956)  Less 1956 1
    • How Jack Met Rochester (Jan 29, 1956) Writer ("Mad Dogs And Englishmen") (uncredited)  Less
  • Primary photo for Det er så yndigtDet er så yndigt (TV Movie) Writer (play) (as Noel Coward)  Less 1956
  • Primary photo for Blithe SpiritBlithe Spirit (TV Movie) Charles Condomine (as Noel Coward), Director (as Noel Coward), Writer (play) (as Noel Coward)  Less 1956
  • Primary photo for The 20th Century-Fox HourThe 20th Century-Fox Hour (TV Series) Writer (play) (1 episode, 1955)  Less 1955 1
    • Cavalcade (Oct 5, 1955) Writer (play) (as Noel Coward)  Less
  • Primary photo for ITV Opening Night at the GuildhallITV Opening Night at the Guildhall (TV Movie) Writer (play "Private Lives")  Less 1955
  • Primary photo for TV de VanguardaTV de Vanguarda (TV Series) Writer (1 episode, 1955)  Less 1955 1
    • Desencanto (Sep 4, 1955) Writer (as Noel Coward)  Less
  • Primary photo for Zwischen den ZügenZwischen den Zügen (TV Movie) Writer (play "Brief Encounter") (as Noel Coward)  Less 1955
  • Primary photo for Producers' ShowcaseProducers' Showcase (TV Series) Writer (play "Tonight at 8: 30: Red Peppers, Still Life and Shadow Play") (1 episode, 1954)  Less 1954 1
    • Tonight at 8:30 (Oct 18, 1954) Writer (play "Tonight at 8: 30: Red Peppers, Still Life and Shadow Play") (as Noel Coward)  Less
  • Primary photo for This Happy BreedThis Happy Breed (TV Movie) Writer (play)  Less 1952
  • Primary photo for Schlitz Playhouse of StarsSchlitz Playhouse of Stars (TV Series) Writer (play) (1 episode, 1951)  Less 1951 1
    • Still Life (Oct 26, 1951) Writer (play) (as Noel Coward)  Less
  • Primary photo for Blithe SpiritBlithe Spirit (TV Movie) Writer (as Noel Coward)  Less 1948
  • Primary photo for Red PeppersRed Peppers (TV Short) Writer (as Noel Coward)  Less 1948
  • Primary photo for Hay FeverHay Fever (TV Movie) Writer (play) (as Noel Coward)  Less 1946
  • Primary photo for Blithe SpiritBlithe Spirit (TV Movie) Writer (play) (as Noel Coward)  Less 1946
  • Primary photo for Private LivesPrivate Lives (TV Movie) Writer (play) (as Noel Coward)  Less 1939
  • Primary photo for Hay FeverHay Fever (TV Movie) Writer (play) (as Noel Coward)  Less 1939
  • Primary photo for The Young IdeaThe Young Idea (TV Movie) Writer (as Noel Coward)  Less 1939
  • Primary photo for Hay FeverHay Fever (TV Movie) Writer (play) (as Noel Coward)  Less 1938
  • Primary photo for Red PeppersRed Peppers (TV Movie) Writer (as Noel Coward)  Less 1938
  • Primary photo for Hands Across the SeaHands Across the Sea (TV Movie) Writer (play) (as Noel Coward)  Less 1938
  • Primary photo for Red PeppersRed Peppers (TV Movie) Writer (as Noel Coward)  Less 1937
Self (17 titles)YEARBUDGETUS Gross / WORLDWIDE
  • Primary photo for End of EmpireEnd of Empire (TV Series) Himself (1 episode, 1985)  Less 1985
  • Primary photo for OmnibusOmnibus (TV Series) Himself (2 episodes, 1969)  Less 1969–1970
  • Primary photo for The Dick Cavett ShowThe Dick Cavett Show (TV Series) Himself (1 episode, 1970)  Less 1970
  • Primary photo for The David Frost ShowThe David Frost Show (TV Series) Himself - Guest / Himself (3 episodes, 1969)  Less 1969–1970
    • Episode #2.186 (May 18, 1970) Himself - Guest (as Noel Coward)  Less
    • Episode #2.124 (Feb 19, 1970) Himself (as Noel Coward)  Less
    • Episode #2.77 (Dec 16, 1969) Himself (as Noel Coward)  Less
  • Primary photo for The 24th Annual Tony AwardsThe 24th Annual Tony Awards (TV Special) Himself - Honorary Award Recipient (as Noel Coward)  Less 1970
  • Primary photo for CBS ReportsCBS Reports (TV Series) Himself (1 episode, 1968)  Less 1968
  • Primary photo for The Eamonn Andrews ShowThe Eamonn Andrews Show (TV Series) Himself (1 episode, 1966)  Less 1966
    • Episode #2.34 (May 22, 1966) Himself (as Noel Coward)  Less
  • Primary photo for Noel Coward on ActingNoel Coward on Acting (TV Movie) Himself (as Noel Coward)  Less 1966
  • Primary photo for ITV Play of the WeekITV Play of the Week (TV Series) Himself - Presenter (4 episodes, 1964)  Less 1964
    Show more
  • Primary photo for A Choice of CowardA Choice of Coward (TV Series) Himself - Presenter (3 episodes, 1964)  Less 1964
    • Design for Living (Aug 31, 1964) Himself - Presenter (as Noel Coward)  Less
    • The Vortex (Aug 24, 1964) Himself - Presenter (as Noel Coward)  Less
    • Blithe Spirit (Aug 17, 1964) Himself - Presenter (as Noel Coward)  Less
  • Primary photo for What's My Line?What's My Line? (TV Series) Himself - Mystery Guest (2 episodes, 1959)  Less 1959–1964
  • Primary photo for Tonight Starring Jack PaarTonight Starring Jack Paar (TV Series) Himself (1 episode, 1961)  Less 1961
    • Episode #4.90 (Feb 23, 1961) Himself (as Noel Coward)  Less
  • Primary photo for Small WorldSmall World (TV Series) Himself (2 episodes, 1959)  Less 1959
    • Episode #1.25 (Mar 29, 1959) Himself (as Noel Coward)  Less
    • Episode #1.24 (Mar 22, 1959) Himself (as Noel Coward)  Less
  • Primary photo for Toast of the TownToast of the Town (TV Series) Himself (2 episodes, 1956)  Less 1956–1957
    • Episode #11.11 (Dec 8, 1957) Himself (as Noel Coward)  Less
    • Episode #9.29 (Apr 8, 1956) Himself (as Noel Coward)  Less
  • Primary photo for Person to PersonPerson to Person (TV Series) Himself (1 episode, 1956)  Less 1956
    • Episode #3.35 (Apr 27, 1956) Himself (as Noel Coward)  Less
  • Primary photo for Ford Star JubileeFord Star Jubilee (TV Series) Himself (1 episode, 1955)  Less 1955
  • Primary photo for Le journal de la resistanceLe journal de la resistance (Short) Himself - Narrator (English version) (as Noel Coward)  Less 1944
Archive Footage (21 titles)YEARBUDGETUS Gross / WORLDWIDE
  • Primary photo for Welcome to the BasementWelcome to the Basement (TV Series) Mr. Bridger (1 episode, 2017)  Less 2017
    • The Italian Job (Feb 3, 2017) Mr. Bridger (archive footage)  Less
  • Primary photo for TimeshiftTimeshift (TV Series) Himself - Speaking in 1969 (1 episode, 2015)  Less 2015
  • Primary photo for When Ali Came to BritainWhen Ali Came to Britain (TV Movie) Himself (archive footage)  Less 2012
  • Primary photo for Entertaining the TroopsEntertaining the Troops (TV Movie) Himself (archive footage) (as Noel Coward)  Less 2011
  • Primary photo for Time to RememberTime to Remember (TV Series) Himself (1 episode, 2010)  Less 2010
    • Stage and Screen (Sep 28, 2010) Himself (archive footage) (as Noel Coward)  Less
  • Primary photo for Ian Fleming: Where Bond BeganIan Fleming: Where Bond Began (TV Movie) Himself (archive footage) (as Noel Coward)  Less 2008
  • Primary photo for British Film ForeverBritish Film Forever (TV Mini-series) Himself (1 episode, 2007)  Less 2007
  • Primary photo for American ExperienceAmerican Experience (TV Series) Himself (1 episode, 2005)  Less 2005
  • Primary photo for Legendary Sin CitiesLegendary Sin Cities (TV Mini-series) Himself - Playwright (1 episode, 2005)  Less 2005
  • Primary photo for Vanishings!Vanishings! (TV Series) Himself (1 episode, 2003)  Less 2003
  • Primary photo for The Nightclub YearsThe Nightclub Years (TV Special) Himself (archive footage) (as Noel Coward)  Less 2001
  • Primary photo for Ian Fleming: 007's CreatorIan Fleming: 007's Creator (Video) Himself (archive footage) (as Noel Coward)  Less 2000
  • Primary photo for The James Bond StoryThe James Bond Story (TV Movie) Himself (archive footage) (as Noel Coward)  Less 1999
  • Primary photo for Arena: The Sir Noel Coward TrilogyArena: The Sir Noel Coward Trilogy (TV Movie) Himself (archive footage) (as Noel Coward)  Less 1998
  • Primary photo for The Real Las VegasThe Real Las Vegas (TV Series) Himself  Less 1996– 
  • Primary photo for What Did You Do in the War, Auntie? 1939-45What Did You Do in the War, Auntie? 1939-45 (TV Mini-series) Himself (1 episode, 1995)  Less 1995
    • The Fourth Arm (May 9, 1995) Himself (archive footage)  Less
  • Primary photo for Preminger: Anatomy of a FilmmakerPreminger: Anatomy of a Filmmaker Actor 'Bunny Lake Is Missing' (archive footage) (uncredited)  Less 1991
  • Primary photo for The South Bank ShowThe South Bank Show (TV Series) Hawthorne (clip from Our Man in Havana (1959)) (1 episode, 1985)  Less 1985
    • Sir Alec Guinness (Oct 6, 1985) Hawthorne (clip from Our Man in Havana (1959)) (archive footage)  Less
  • Primary photo for The Golden GongThe Golden Gong (TV Movie) Self (archive footage) (as Noel Coward)  Less 1985
  • Primary photo for OmnibusOmnibus (TV Series) Himself (1 episode, 1973)  Less 1973
    • Sir Noel Coward (Apr 8, 1973) Himself (archive footage) (as Noel Coward)  Less
  • Primary photo for The Twentieth CenturyThe Twentieth Century (TV Series) Himself (1 episode, 1961)  Less 1961
Other (1 titles)YEARBUDGETUS Gross / WORLDWIDE

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