Peter Law (actor)

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Peter Robert Law (born 1943) is a British actor, and the father of actor Jude Law and artist Natasha Law.

Law was born Peter Robert Tagg, the son of Emily Florence Ethel Tagg, a domestic servant, and Eric Phillip Law, an accountant.[1] He had the leading part in the MTV show Fist of Zen, where he played a Zen Master. In 2002 he had a brief appearance in the film Ali G Indahouse as the Mongolian Ambassador. He also appeared in Only Fools & Horses, Porkpie, Tomorrow Never Dies, Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow, The Bill, The Fifth Element and Hustle.

In 2008 Law appeared in EastEnders as "Chinese" Walter selling dodgy meat to Mo Harris.

Law and his wife Margaret Anne (neé Heyworth) live in France, where they run their own drama school and theatre.[2]

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  1. ^ http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/1435152/Family-Detective.html
  2. ^ Charlie Rose. "A Conversation with Actor Jude Law". The Charlie Rose Show. 19 October 2007, broadcast on WNET (New York), 22 October (to 23 October), 2007, 11:30 p.m.–12:27 p.m. (ET); video clip posted 27 October 2007. Retrieved 12 November 2007.

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