Peter Vaughan-Clarke

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Peter Vaughan-Clarke
Born (1957-06-11) June 11, 1957 (age 60)
Wandsworth, London, England, United Kingdom
Occupation Actor, key grip
Years active 1972–1980
Notable work The Tomorrow People

Peter Vaughan-Clarke is a British actor, born in Wandsworth, London on 11 June 1957.

Vaughan-Clarke is best known for his portrayal of Stephen Jameson in the TV series The Tomorrow People in the 1970s, a character he returned to later in life in the audio continuation of the series by Big Finish Productions, most notably in the episode "Trigonometry". He has also appeared on TV in The Pallisers, Shoestring (as "Fred"), The Duchess of Duke Street (as "Jamie"), and appeared in the 1975 British film It Could Happen to You (aka Intimate Teenage Secrets), along with his Tomorrow People co-star Nicholas Young.

No longer regularly acting, he now works as a lighting technician and key grip.

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