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Roger Daltrey
Birthday: March 1, 1944

Birth Place: Hammersmith, London, England, UK
Height: 5' 7"

Below is a complete filmography (list of movies he's appeared in) for Roger Daltrey. If you have any corrections or additions, please email us at corrections@actorsofhollywood.com. We'd also be interested in any trivia or other information you have.



Roger Daltrey is noted as the founder of the legendary rock band The Who. After leaving London's Acton County Grammar School in 1963, he formed a skiffle band called The Detours, then displayed an early genius by putting together unusual elements into a world-class performing act. The unusual elements included Daltrey on vocals, John Entwistle on bass and Pete Townshend on lead guitar. In 1965 they added drummer Keith Moon, and the fabulous line-up was complete. The band was quickly remarkable for the synthesis of personalities: Townshend's art-school sensibilities, Daltrey's down-to-earth interpretation and Entwistle's and Moon's skill as performers. They were first noted for deafening shows and for smashing their instruments in ferocious displays of auto-destructive art, but they went on to considerable chart success through original songs written by Townshend and the more humor-oriented Entwistle. Townshend wrote the first mini-rock opera for their second album, and after their first tour of America, the band presented the full-length rock opus "Tommy", which shattered barriers and established The Who as a major artistic force in the world of music. Daltrey released his first solo album in 1973, and followed that up with a number of solo chart successes. He also established a stage and (somewhat offbeat) film career after starring in the movie of Tommy (1975). He pursued films more steadily during the years after the death of drummer Moon, and turned to production with the drama McVicar (1980). The band continued to perform sporadically with different drummers and John Bundrick on keyboard, but returned to full force in the 1990s with the addition of Zak Starkey on drums. Though Townshend is noted as the songwriter and lead guitarist of The Who, Daltrey remains the genius who drives their performances. His energy and stage presence established The Who at the monumental Monterey Pop, Woodstock and Isle of Wight music festivals, and his instincts for production carved their path through the era of stadium rock. The filmography of musical performances stand as the best evidence of Daltrey's brilliance as both a musician and a stage performer.

Movie Credits
The Who: Music in Review - The Moon Years (2006)
The Wheels on the Bus Video: Mango Helps the Moon Mouse (2005)
Tommy and Quadrophenia Live: The Who (2005)
[ Phil Collins ]
Trafalgar Battle Surgeon (2005)
Johnny Was (2005)
[ Vinnie Jones ][ Eriq La Salle ][ Patrick Bergin ][ Wilson Jermaine Heredia ]
The Wheels on the Bus Video: Mango and Papaya's Animal Adventures (2003)
.com for Murder (2002)
Legion (2001)
Chasing Destiny (2001)
[ Lauren Graham ][ Christopher Lloyd ][ Casper Van Dien ][ Drake Bell ][ Justin Henry ]
Strange Frequency 2 (2001)
[ James Marsters ][ Jason Gedrick ][ Peter Strauss ][ Keith Dallas ]
Best (2000)
[ Stephen Fry ][ Ian Hart ][ Linus Roache ][ Adrian Lester ][ John Lynch ]
Dark Prince: The True Story of Dracula (2000)
[ Peter Weller ]
All's Well That Amends Well (2000)
Yes Sir, That's My Baby (2000)
On the Rocks with a Twist of Limey (2000)
The Magical Legend of the Leprechauns (1999)
[ Randy Quaid ][ Kieran Culkin ][ Colm Meaney ][ Tony Curran ][ Kevin McKidd ]
Bosses, Burglars & Back Street Babes (1999)
To Be (1998)
Like It Is (1998)
[ Emile Charles ]
Unusual Suspects (1997)
The Stone of Scone (1997)
The Exodus: Part 1 (1997)
[ John Rhys-Davies ]
Till Death (1996)
Vampirella (1996)
[ Brian Bloom ][ John Terlesky ]
The Wizard of Oz in Concert: Dreams Come True (1995)
[ Nathan Lane ]
Bad English I: Tales of a Son of a Brit (1995)
Lightning Jack (1994)
[ Cuba Gooding Jr. ][ Paul Hogan ][ Johnny Cash ][ Richard Riehle ][ Pat Hingle ]
The Real Story of Happy Birthday to You (1992)
If Looks Could Kill (1991)
[ Richard Grieco ][ Roger Rees ]
Buddy's Song (1990)
Forgotten Prisoners: The Amnesty Files (1990)
[ Hector Elizondo ][ Ron Silver ]
Mack the Knife (1990)
[ Richard Harris ][ Bill Nighy ][ Raul Julia ]
The Who Live, Featuring the Rock Opera Tommy (1989)
[ Phil Collins ]
Cold Justice (1989)
The Alchemist (1987)
The Little Match Girl (1987)
[ John Rhys-Davies ][ Keshia Knight Pulliam ][ William Daniels ][ William B. Davis ]
Gentry (1987)
The Hunting of the Snark (1987)
[ John Hurt ][ Billy Connolly ]
Pop Pirates (1984)
[ Jon Finch ]
Murder: Ultimate Grounds for Divorce (1984)
Bitter Cherry (1983)
[ Denis Lawson ]
The Comedy of Errors (1983)
[ David Kelly ]
The Beggar's Opera (1983)
[ Bob Hoskins ]
McVicar (1980)
[ Steven Berkoff ][ Adam Faith ]
The Legacy (1978)
[ Sam Elliott ]
Lisztomania (1975)
[ Oliver Reed ][ Ringo Starr ]
Tommy (1975)
[ Jack Nicholson ][ Oliver Reed ][ John Cho ][ Elton John ][ Eric Clapton ]


  • He is the singer with "The Who" (rock band). along with Pete Townshend, John Entwistle and the late Keith Moon.
  • Before becoming a member of The Who, was a sheet-metal worker.
  • Plays the flute.
  • Five children: Simon, Mathias, Rosie Lea, Willow Amber, Jaimie
  • Married a woman named Jackie around 1965 and they had a son, Simon. They divorced shortly afterwatd. In 1970 he married Heather Taylor (An American) and has had three children: Rosie, Willow and Jamie.
  • Elected to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame (as a member of the Who) in 1990.
  • The Who's 1969 album "Tommy" came third in Classic Rock Magazine's list of the 30 greatest concept albums of all time. [March 2003]
  • He was awarded the C.B.E. (Commander of the order of the British Empire) in the 2005 Queen's New Year's List for his services to music and charity.
  • Plays the flute, harmonica, tambourine, and guitar. He has occasionally played guitar with The Who, but only as accompaniment, as his guitar talent is clearly inferior to Pete Townshend's.

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