Cultural depictions of Winston Churchill
The life of Winston Churchill has frequently been fictionalised for film, television, radio and other media.
- Paradox (2010) - Alan C. Peterson;
- The King's Speech (2010) - Timothy Spall;
- Into the Storm (2009) - Brendan Gleeson, for HBO;
- Inglourious Basterds (2009) - Rod Taylor;
- I Am Bob (2007) - Ian Beyts;
- Allegiance (2005) - Mel Smith;
- Churchill: The Hollywood Years (2004) - Christian Slater;
- The Virgin of Liverpool (2003) - Paul Barber (uncredited);
- Two Men Went to War (2002) - David Ryall;
- Operación gónada (2000) - Craig Stevenson;
- Shaheed Uddham Singh: Alais Ram Mohammad Singh Azad (2000) - Joe Lamb;
- Caro dolce amore (1994) - John Evans;
- Casablanca Express (1989) - John Evans;
- Jane and the Lost City (1987) - Richard Huggett;
- Katastrofa w Gibraltarze (1984) - Wlodzimierz Wiszniewski;
- Bourreau des coeurs, Le (1983) - René Douglas;
- Sekret Enigmy (1979) - Józef Zacharewicz;
- Picassos äventyr (1978) - Sune Mangs;
- The Eagle Has Landed (1976) - Leigh Dilley;
- Young Winston (1972) - Simon Ward;
- Liberation (1970) - Yuri Durov;
- Operation Crossbow (1965) - Patrick Wymark;
- A King's Story (1965) - Patrick Wymark (voice only);
- The Finest Hours (1964) - Patrick Wymark (adult Churchill, voice only)/George Westbury (young Churchill, voice only);
- The Siege of Sidney Street (1960) - Jimmy Sangster (uncredited);
- The Man Who Never Was (1956) - Peter Sellers (voice only, uncredited);
- Above Us the Waves (1955) - Peter Cavanagh (voice only, uncredited);
- Nezabyvaemyy god 1919 (1952) - Viktor Stanitsyn;
- Due mogli sono troppe (1950) - Pietro Meloni;
- Stalingradskaya bitva I (1949) - Viktor Stanitsyn;
- Mission to Moscow (1943) - Dudley Field Malone;
- Captains of the Clouds (1942) - Miles Mander (voice only);
- Royal Cavalcade (1935) - C.M. Hallard.
- The Audience (2013) - Edward Fox (replacing Robert Hardy, who withdrew prior to press night for health reasons);
- Never So Good (2007) - Ian McNeice (premiere run in 2007).
- The Valiant Years (1960–1963) - Richard Burton;
- The Gathering Storm (1974) - Richard Burton;
- Eleanor and Franklin: The White House Years (1977) - Arthur Gould-Porter;
- Churchill and the Generals (1979) - Timothy West;
- Winston Churchill: The Wilderness Years (1981) - Robert Hardy;
- The Winds of War (1983) - Howard Lang;
- War and Remembrance (1988) - Robert Hardy;
- Bomber Harris (1989) - Robert Hardy;
- The Lost World (2001) - Linal Haft;
- Bertie and Elizabeth (2002) - David Ryall;
- The Gathering Storm (2002) - Albert Finney;
- Wallis and Edward (2005) - David Calder;
- The Sittaford Mystery (2006) - Robert Hardy;
- Into the Storm (2009) - Brendan Gleeson;
- Doctor Who - "The Beast Below", "Victory of the Daleks", "The Pandorica Opens", "The Wedding of River Song" (2010–11) - Ian McNeice;
- Horrible Histories (2009-) - Jim Howick;
- Churchill: The Lost Interviews (2014) - Richard Beenham.
- Up the Women - "Train" (2015) - Harry Peacock
- Peter Sellers included Churchill as his standard PM for the Goon Show. Churchill is depicted as he was during the Second World War. In the Goon Show, he is of course treated humorously, having a very African foreign secretary called Basil (played by Ray Ellington in Red Bladder mode). In addition he is responsible for supporting Neddie Seagoon's harebrained plans for long range jet propelled guided NAAFI's, atomic dustbins, and throwing batter puddings at Clement Attlee;
- Churchill's Other Lives, documentary series, played by Roger Allam (2011).
- The Hundred-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out the Window and Disappeared (2012);
- Winston Churchill is a significant character in the novel Redemption (1995), by Leon Uris.
- The Chat to Churchill TV Adverts feature a Bulldog called Churchill.
- Garfield 2 has a Bulldog called Winston.
- The James Bond London 2012 Summer Olympics opening ceremony featured an animated version of Churchill's London statue where Bond and the Queen fly over it in a helicopter and salute him when suddenly he comes alive and raises his cane in salute to British History, Monarchy and Britain's role in World War II .