Peter Fisher (actor)

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Peter Fisher
Born (1954-01-09) 9 January 1954 (age 63)
Katoomba NSW, Australia
Occupation Television actor, corporate trainer
Years active Acting 1972–94, corporate training 1994–present

Peter Fisher (born 29 March 1954) is an Australian film and television actor who was most active in the period from the mid-1970s to the late-1990s. In the early 1990s he started to move into the area of corporate communications. In 1995 he created "Act One!" (Act One Theatre based Learning Pty Ltd) in Sydney, a company that specialises in corporate training and development.[1] In the early 2000s he became involved with The University of New South Wales' Australian Graduate School of Management,[2] particularly the Middle Manager Program[3][4]

Born in Katoomba, New South Wales, he studied architecture at Sydney University, graduating in 1974.[2]


Film Year Character
Danny Deckchair 2003 Film Fire Captain Robbo
Murder Call 1998 TV episode Leonard Hertzberg
Water Rats 1998 TV episode Bruce Johnson
Big Sky 1997 TV episode Detective Darren Taylor
Reprisal 1997 TV Chandler
A Country Practice 1993 TV series 6 episodes 1991–1993
My Two Wives 1993 TV series Geoffrey Kennedy (26 episodes)
Ratbag Hero 1991 TV mini series
(8 hours)
Frank Kelso (Pop)
More Winners: Second Childhood 1990 TV episode Bob
Elly & Jools 1990 TV mini series
(12 parts)
David Traveller
The Flying Doctors 1990
TV episode
TV episode
Phil Guthrie
The Dirtwater Dynasty 1988 TV mini series Nevertire Postman
Tudawali 1987 Film Harry Wilkins[5]
Richmond Hill 1987 TV series Ron Stacey (4 episodes)
Jack Simpson: A Willesee Documentary 1987 TV Private Grimshaw
Alice to Nowhere 1986 TV mini series
Robbery 1985 TV movie Williams
Five Mile Creek 1984 TV episode Slim
Special Squad 1984 TV episode
Kingswood Country 1984 TV series Craig Bulpitt (89 episodes)[6]
Chopper Squad 1979 TV episode Jack
The Secret Life of John Chapman 1976 TV Factory Clerk
Sweet Revenge 1976 Film Floor Walker


  1. ^ a b Director and Players,
  2. ^ a b c Peter Fisher, Australian School of Business, UNSW
  3. ^ a b Middle Manager Program, Australian Graduate School of Management
  4. ^ a b Program brochure 2010, Middle Manager Program, Australian Graduate School of Management
  5. ^ Tudawali, Australian feature films shot in or set in or first shown in or partly financed by Western Australia.
    Tudawali (Steve Jodrell, 1987) prod. Paul D. Barron, Julia Overton, wr. Alan Seymour, dop. Michael Edols, prod. design Phil Peters, ed. Kerry Regan; Ernie Dingo, Jedda Cole, Peter Fisher, Frank Wilson, Charles Tingwell, Suzanne Peveril, Bill McCluskey, Michelle Torres; WA; made for TV, 91 min. docu-drama about Aboriginal actor, Robert Tudawali (star of Jedda)
  6. ^ Kingswood Country, Memorable Australian TV.

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