14 Johnny English Strikes Again
Rowan Atkinson stars in the 2018 comedy, 'Johnny English Strikes Again.' He plays the role of the titular character, an incompetent British secret agent, as he is brought out of retirement to investigate a cyber attack that has revealed the identities of all active undercover agents in Britain. Rowan Atkinson's comedic talents are put to great use in this movie as Johnny English bumbles his way through the investigation. Along the way, he teams up with an old friend, played by Ben Miller, and they must work together to save the day.
13 The Tall Guy
In the film 'The Tall Guy,' Rowan Atkinson takes on the role of Ron Anderson. This British romantic comedy showcases Atkinson's signature humor as he plays a character known for his offbeat antics and comedic timing. The film explores Ron's interactions with other characters, including the protagonist, as they navigate the world of theater and comedy.
12 Johnny English
In the 2003 film 'Johnny English,' Rowan Atkinson stars as the titular character, Johnny English. Johnny English is a comically inept British secret agent who is unexpectedly thrust into a mission to recover stolen Crown Jewels. Atkinson's portrayal of Johnny English is characterized by his impeccable timing, physical humor, and deadpan delivery. His bumbling antics and humorous mishaps make the film a delightful spy spoof and showcase Atkinson's comedic talents, establishing Johnny English as one of his iconic roles.
11 Johnny English Reborn
In the film 'Johnny English Reborn,' Rowan Atkinson reprises his role as the bumbling British secret agent, Johnny English. This spy comedy is a sequel to the original 'Johnny English' film. Johnny English returns to MI7 after a period of training to thwart an assassination plot against the Chinese premier. Atkinson's portrayal of Johnny English continues to showcase his impeccable comedic timing and slapstick humor. With his characteristic ineptitude and humorous mishaps, Johnny English delivers laughs and spy antics in this entertaining sequel.
10 Rat Race
In the film 'Rat Race,' Rowan Atkinson portrays the character Enrico Pollini, a quirky and eccentric Italian tourist. Enrico Pollini becomes inadvertently involved in a madcap race to find a hidden stash of money. Atkinson's performance as Pollini is marked by his physical comedy, exaggerated Italian accent, and humorous antics. His character's misadventures contribute to the chaos and comedy of the film, making Pollini a memorable and endearing addition to the film.
9 Mr. Bean's Holiday
In the film 'Mr. Bean's Holiday,' Rowan Atkinson reprises his iconic role as the lovable, silent, and perpetually hapless character, Mr. Bean. The film follows Mr. Bean as he embarks on a vacation to the French Riviera and, in typical Bean fashion, becomes entangled in a series of comical misadventures. Atkinson's performance relies on physical comedy, facial expressions, and gestures to convey humor, as Mr. Bean encounters a wide range of humorous situations on his journey.
In the 1997 film 'Bean,' Rowan Atkinson reprises his iconic role as the bumbling and mute character Mr. Bean. The film takes Mr. Bean, an eccentric and socially inept museum guard, on an adventure from England to Los Angeles. As he wreaks unintentional havoc at a prestigious art gallery, Atkinson's physical comedy and facial expressions bring his beloved character to life, resulting in a comical and unforgettable portrayal that continues to charm audiences worldwide.
7 Hot Shots! Part Deux
Rowan Atkinson appeared in the 1993 film 'Hot Shots! Part Deux' as the character Dexter Hayman. In the film, Atkinson's character, Dexter Hayman, provides comic relief with his quirky and over-the-top antics. Atkinson's performance adds to the humor of the movie, making his character a memorable part of this action-comedy.
6 The Witches
In the 1990 film 'The Witches,' Rowan Atkinson portrays the character Mr. Stringer. Mr. Stringer is a bumbling hotel manager who unwittingly gets caught up in the supernatural world of witches. As the film's comic relief, Atkinson's performance is characterized by his signature physical humor and comedic timing.
5 Keeping Mum
In the film 'Keeping Mum,' Rowan Atkinson takes on the role of Reverend Walter Goodfellow. He portrays a well-meaning but somewhat absent-minded village clergyman who becomes entangled in a series of comedic and unconventional events. Atkinson infuses the role with his trademark comedic style, balancing the absurdity of the situations with his signature deadpan delivery.
4 Four Weddings and a Funeral
In the film 'Four Weddings and a Funeral,' Rowan Atkinson portrays the character Father Gerald. Father Gerald is a quirky and well-meaning Catholic priest. Atkinson's performance as Father Gerald is characterized by his signature physical comedy and impeccable timing, adding a delightful and humorous touch
3 Red Nose Day Actually
In the short film 'Red Nose Day Actually,' Rowan Atkinson reprises his role as Rufus, a salesman with a penchant for elaborate gift wrapping. Rufus, known for his amusingly slow and meticulous service, adds a comic twist to a heartwarming scene. His character's quirky and endearing personality, combined with Atkinson's trademark humor, injects a delightful dose of comedy to the short film.
2 Blackadder Back & Forth
In the short film 'Blackadder: Back & Forth,' Rowan Atkinson showcases his remarkable versatility by portraying three distinct characters. He reprises his cunning and witty role as Lord Blackadder, adds humor as the bumbling King Edmund III, and embodies the character of Centurion Blaccadius, a Roman military officer. Each character contributes to the film's comedic complexity, making 'Blackadder: Back & Forth' a delightful and entertaining addition to the beloved Blackadder series.
1 Love Actually
In the film 'Love Actually,' Rowan Atkinson portrays the character Rufus, a quirky jewelry salesman working at a department store during the holiday season. Rufus is known for his meticulous and somewhat eccentric gift-wrapping skills, which adds a touch of humor to his brief but memorable appearance. Atkinson's performance as Rufus provides a comical twist to the shopping scene, showcasing his signature physical comedy and timing.