Steward No14 (from A Night to Remember)
Steward No14 (from A Night to Remember)
Biological Information
Gender Male
Date of Birth 1882[1]
Date of Death April 15, 1912
Cause of Death Drowned
Eye Color Unknown
Hair Color Brown[2]
Alignment Bad
Background Information
Hometown Liverpool
Titanic Statistics
Boarded Southampton, England
Destination New York, U.S.A.
Class Victualling crew
Portrayer Norman Rossington

Steward No14 was steward in A Night to Remember.


He is shown trying to wake up Third Class passengers and gets into a verbal argument with a Greek passenger who doesn't know English.

His character most likely died in the sinking of the RMS Titanic.


Based on his actions, the steward is a very impatient person who would rather argue with a passenger who cannot speak English and show any of the passengers how to get to the boat deck.

Behind the ScenesEdit

  • The steward was portrayed by Norman Rossington in an uncredited appearance.
    • He is often assigned as playing James William Kieran, but neither uniform nor steward's behavior would fit such a role.
  • The steward's accent is Liverpool.

Notes and referencesEdit

  1. Norman Rossington was 30 years old during the filming.
  2. Norman Rossington had brown hair in colorful movies.