Boris Karloff

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Noun1.Boris Karloff - United States film actor (born in England) noted for his performances in horror films (1887-1969)
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1887: Boris Karloff, actor bestknown for horror roles, was born in London.
1887: Boris Karloff, actor best-known for horror roles, was born in London.
One of the funniest things I ever saw was Mick sitting with Boris Karloff at the Oval - there they were, Frankenstein and his son" - Former disc jockey Pete Murray, now approaching 92.
THURSDAY THE MUMMY Tom Cruise's new big-budget number is a loose remake of the 1932 horror classic, only with Sofia Boutella wearing the bandages instead of Boris Karloff.
TAKING on a role made famous by Boris Karloff was a monster task for actress Sofia Boutella.
I felt like every time I saw an actor play a monster in a movie, with the exception of Boris Karloff, they hadn't done much afterwards in terms of their career," she said.
TOM CRUISE'S new movie The Mummy is offering a fresh look at the classic horror tale, but in 1932 it was Boris Karloff causing the screaming.
Hazel starred alongside such big names as Peter Cushing, Christopher Lee, Ray Milland, Vincent Price, Boris Karloff and Peter Lorre.
Actors Boris Karloff and Bela Lugosi in a scene from the film, Son of Frankenstein (See Question 3)
I heard Michel Platini moaning because Franck Ribery hadn't won, but you wouldn't see Boris Karloff beating Brad Pitt in a best-looking male award and that's all it is these days.
BORN MILEY Cyrus, US film actress, 1992, above BORIS Karloff, film actor, 1887 BILLY the Kid, US criminal, 1859 DIED LARRY Hagman, US actor, 2012, above ROALD Dahl, UK author, 1990 KLAUS Kinski, Polish actor, 1991
She's like Boris Karloff after a busy night at the graveyard.