Peter Guinness (actor)
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Guinness in 2015
14 August 1950 |
Liverpool, Lancashire, England
|Spouse(s)||Roberta Taylor (m. 1996–present)|
Peter Guinness (born 14 August 1950) is an English film, television and theatre actor.
He has appeared in over fifty television productions and over ten films. Guinness has also appeared onstage in an adaptation of The Pianist.
- Alberto Sholez in Moby Dick. World premiere adapted and directed by Michael Elliott at the Royal Exchange, Manchester. (1984)
- Jaques in As You Like It. Directed by Marianne Elliott at the Royal Exchange, Manchester. (2000)
- Stage adaptation of The Pianist, (2007), Manchester International Festival
- Thomas Danforth in The Crucible by Arthur Miller. Directed by Caroline Steinbeis at the Royal Exchange, Manchester. (2015)
- Smiley's People (1982) TV series, episode 1.2
- The Keep, (1983), Film
- Zorro, (1990), TV series
- The Adventure of the Creeping Man, (1991 PBS TV series), The Casebook of Sherlock Holmes, played Wilcox
- The Cloning of Joanna May, (1992) TV mini-series
- Alien 3, (1992), Film
- Spender (1992-1993), TV series
- Highlander: The Series (1993), TV, episode "Nowhere To Run"
- Heartbeat (1993) TV series, episode "Riders on the Storm"
- Cadfael, (1997), TV, series 3 episode 3 "The Raven in the Foregate" Film
- Ivanhoe, (1997), TV mini series, 4 episodes
- Sleepy Hollow (1999), Film
- Harbour Lights (2001) TV series
- Lexx (2001), TV series, episodes 4.7 and 4.8, played Van Helsing
- Bleak House (2005), TV series
- Rudyard Kipling: A Remembrance Tale (2006), TV documentary
- Hogfather (2006), TV film
- The Phantom of the Opera (2007) radio, voiced "Erik" (The Phantom), broadcast in 4 parts on BBC Radio 7 (now Radio 4extra)
- Seconds From Disaster (2007) Narrator series 3, TV documentary
- The Bill, TV Series
- Casualty, TV series
- Dreamland, (2009) TV (voice)
- Silent Witness, (2009), TV, "The Lost Child" Parts 1 & 2
- Red Cap, TV series
- Freaks, Music video
- Centurion, (2010), Film
- Ashes to Ashes (2010), TV Series
- Hidden, (2011), TV series
- Merlin (2012) TV series, Episode 5.12 "The Diamond of the Day Part 1"
- The Bible (2013) Portrayed King Nebuchadnezzar
- Strike Back, s4 ep7 (2013)
- The Assets, s1 (2014)
|2000||Doctor Who: The Holy Terror||Childeric|
|2004||Judge Dredd: Grud is Dead||Devlin Waugh|
|2008||The Phantom of the Opera||The Phantom|
|2008||Blake's 7: Point of No Return||Carl Varon|
|2009||Doctor Who: The Beast of Orlok||Baron Teufel|
|2010||Dracula's Guest & Other Dark Tales||Read by Peter Guinness|
|2016-2017||Strangeness in Space||Dr Scarifium / Vitas Varnas||Episodes 2 and 6: "The Five" and "Dark Meta"|
|2017||Doctor Who: The Star Men||Rovus|
- Tim Walker (1 May 2012). "Reunion, at Jermyn Street Theatre, Seven magazine review". The Daily Telegraph. Retrieved 13 May 2012.
- Wladyslaw Szpilman "The Pianist" perf. by Peter Guinness and Mikhail Rudy (Excerpt, video posted at YouTube)
- "14. The Holy Terror". Big Finish Productions. Retrieved 2017-09-29.
- "17. Judge Dredd: Grud is Dead". Big Finish Productions. Retrieved 2017-09-29.
- "1. The Phantom of the Opera". Big Finish Productions. Retrieved 2017-09-29.
- Willis, Jesse (2009-08-25). "Review of Blake's 7 – Point Of No Return and Eye Of The Machine". SFFaudio. Retrieved 2017-09-29.
- "A Rebellion Reborn". Big Finish Productions. Retrieved 2017-09-29.
- "3.3. The Beast of Orlok". Big Finish Productions. Retrieved 2017-09-29.
- "1.02. Dracula's Guest & Other Dark Tales". Big Finish Productions. Retrieved 2017-09-29.
- "221. The Star Men". Big Finish Productions. Retrieved 2017-09-29.