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Roscoe Lee Browne


Roscoe Lee Browne (1925–2007) was an American Emmy Award-winning actor known for his rich voice and dignified bearing.

His most memorable film roles included Alfred Hitchcock's Topaz, the title character in William Wyler's final film, The Liberation of L.B. Jones and as the narrator in Babe.


With Hitchcock...

  • Topaz (1969) — cast: Philippe Dubois

Film Frames

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See Also...


  • born 02/May/1925 in Woodbury, New Jersey
  • died 11/Apr/2007 in Los Angeles, California, from cancer