Albert Moses (born 19 December 1937) is a Sri Lankan actor based in the United Kingdom. He had begun to act by the 1960s in India where he appeared in several films, then produced and directed his first. From India, he moved to Africa where he undertook work on documentaries. From the early 1970s, in Britain, Moses played small parts in several television series before being cast as Ranjeet Singh, a Sikh from Punjab, India, in the ITVsitcom Mind Your Language (1977–79, 1986).
Roles in film, television and theatre include work with Kirk Douglas, Oliver Reed, John Gielgud, Roger Moore, Michael Caine, Sean Connery, Charles Dance, Kenneth Williams, Benny Hill, Pamela Stephenson and Diana Rigg.