Patrick Godfrey
Biographical Information
Born February 13, 1933
London, England
Productions The Pirates of Penzance
Camelot as Sir Dinaden/Lancelot du Lac
42nd Street as Pat Denning
Les Misérables as Gillenormand
Recordings Les Misérables (film soundtrack)
Vocal Type Baritone

Patrick Godfrey is a British actor.


Patrick Godfrey was born in Finsbury Park, London and made his debut in 1972 in a film production of Miss Julie. He subsequently made numerous appearances in various high profile films such as Remains of the Day and The Count of Monte Cristo as well as television roles in Doctor Who and Inspector Morse among others.

On stage, he has also played Serebryakov in Uncle Vanya and the doddery Old Shepherd in A Winter's Tale among others.


In his wide spanning career, Godfrey has given several singing performances on-stage, in productions of The Pirates of Penzance, Camelot as Sir Dinaden in 1984 and later as Lancelot in 1986. He also appeared in 42nd Street as Pat Denning.

He also made an appearance as Monsieur Gillenormand in Les Misérables, a role that appeared in the original book but not the stage musical.


Les Misérables (2012)

  • In My Life/A Heart Full of Love (reprise)


The Pirates of Penzance (1982)

Camelot (1984)

  • Then You May Take Me to the Fair (contains solo lines)
  • C'est Moi (solo)
  • If Ever I Would Leave You (solo)

42nd Street (1997)

  • Getting Out of Town (contains solo lines)
  • Finale Ultimo