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Pertwee at the 2014 NY PaleyFest for Gotham
4 June 1964 |
|Alma mater||Bristol Old Vic Theatre School|
|Height||6 ft 0 in (1.83 m)|
|Spouse(s)||Jacqui Hamilton-Smith (1999–present)|
Sean Pertwee (born 4 June 1964) is a British actor and voice actor. Pertwee attended Teddington School and Sunbury College. Pertwee has played Captain Fitzpatrick in the play Tom Jones, Sergeant Wells in Dog Soldiers, Pilot Smith in Event Horizon and Alfred Pennyworth in Fox's Gotham.
In the early 1980s, Pertwee was cast as Captain Fitzpatrick in the play Tom Jones, based on the novel by Henry Fielding. After leaving Sunbury College, Pertwee trained at Bristol Old Vic Theatre School and, after graduating in 1986, toured with the Royal Shakespeare Company for three years. In 1999 he portrayed Brutus in the Hallmark channel film Cleopatra. He co-owned the Natural Nylon film production company along with Sadie Frost, Jude Law, Jonny Lee Miller, and Ewan McGregor. The company folded in 2003. Pertwee is perhaps best known for his varying portrayals of grimacing death in many of his film roles, a skill that that led to him being awarded 'best death face' at Bristol Old Vic.
Pertwee starred in the 2008 film Doomsday as Doctor Talbot. His voice is frequently heard in a variety of television commercials, documentaries and video games, including the medieval empire-building computer game Medieval: Total War and futuristic war games Killzone (as Colonel Gregor Hakha), Killzone 2 (as Colonel Mael Radec) and Fire Warrior (as Governor Severus). He is also the voice behind the Northeast's tourism advertisement which started broadcasting at the start of 2009. He is the current narrator of Masterchef: The Professionals, replacing India Fisher for the fourth series which began on 7 November 2011.
Sean appeared in the film Devil's Playground, a zombie horror film directed by Mark McQueen. He stars alongside Danny Dyer, Jaime Murray, Janet Montgomery and Craig Fairbrass. The film was released in October 2010. Pertwee appeared in the Nazi zombie film The 4th Reich[dead link] which he filmed in 2010, directed by Shaun Smith.[dead link]
In 2014, Pertwee was cast in Fox's TV series Gotham, a series presenting an origin for the characters of the Batman franchise. Pertwee stars as Alfred Pennyworth, a tough-as-nails ex-marine from east London who loyally serves the Wayne family. In the wake of their tragic deaths, he is fiercely protective of the young Bruce Wayne — the boy who will eventually become Batman.
Pertwee is the brother of actress Dariel Pertwee, grandson of actor and screenwriter Roland Pertwee, and is more distantly related to actor Bill Pertwee. He married make-up artist Jacqui Hamilton-Smith, daughter of Anthony Hamilton-Smith, on 12 June 1999 at the House of Lords. Jacqui gave birth to twins, Alfred and Gilbert, around Christmas 2001. They were born prematurely; Gilbert died in April 2002. Pertwee has said that Alfred is a fan of Doctor Who, both of David Tennant's Tenth Doctor and his father Jon's Third Doctor.
|1991||Coping with Cupid||Peter||Short sci-fi romance film|
|1991||London Kills Me||
|1992||Leon the Pig Farmer||Keith Chadwick||British comedy|
|1993||Dirty Weekend||The Quiet One|
|1994||Shopping||Tommy||British action crime drama film written and directed by Paul W. S. Anderson
|1995||Blue Juice||J.C.||British film directed by Carl Prechezer|
|1995||I.D.||Martin||British film made by BBC Films about football hooliganism, directed by Philip Davis|
|1997||Event Horizon||Pilot Smith||British-American science fiction horror film directed by Paul W. S. Anderson
Gross Box Office=$47,073,851
|1998||Soldier||Mace||American science fiction action film directed by Paul Anderson|
|1998||Tale of the Mummy||Bradley Cortese||British-American horror film, directed by Russell Mulcahy|
|1998||Stiff Upper Lips||George||
|2000||Five Seconds to Spare||Piers|
|2000||Love, Honour and Obey||Sean|
|2000||Seven Days to Live||Martin Shaw|
|2001||The 51st State||Detective Virgil Kane|
|2002||Equilibrium||Father||American dystopian science fiction film written and directed by Kurt Wimmer|
|2002||Dog Soldiers||Sergeant Harry G. Wells||British horror film written and directed by Neil Marshall|
|2005||The Adventures of Greyfriars Bobby||Duncan Smithie||Family-based Scottish film released in the US in 2005 as Greyfriars Bobby directed by John Henderson.|
|2005||The Prophecy: Uprising||Dani Simionescu|
|2005||The Last Drop||Sgt Bill McMillan||British-Romanian war adventure film by Colin Teague that went directly to DVD release.|
|2006||Renaissance||Montoya||(English Language) French black-and-white animated science fiction film by French director Christian Volckman.|
|2006||Wilderness||Jed||British-Irish horror film directed by Michael J. Bassett and written by Dario Poloni.|
|2007||Dangerous Parking||Ray Molina||Drama film based on the novel of the same name by Stuart Browne.|
|2007||Goal! 2: Living the Dream...||Barry Rankin||The second part of the football film trilogy Goal!.|
|2007||Botched||Mr. Groznyi||Horror comedy|
|2008||Mutant Chronicles||Nathan Rooker||Independent science fiction horror film, loosely based on the role-playing game of the same name.|
|2010||220.127.116.11||Mr. Richards||British crime thriller film directed by Noel Clarke and Mark Davis|
|2010||Just for the Record||Sensei|
|2010||Ultramarines: The Movie||Brother Proteus||Science fiction CGI film set in Games Workshop's fictional Warhammer 40,000 universe and based around the Ultramarines.|
|2010||Devil's Playground||Rob||British horror film directed by Mark McQueen|
|2010||Heaven and Earth|
|2011||Four||Detective||British independent film directed by John Langridge.|
|2010||The 4th Reich|
|2011||Wild Bill||Jack||British film directed by Dexter Fletcher.|
|2012||The Seasoning House||Goran||British horror film directed by Paul Hyett.|
|2012||Vuosaari||Unknown||Internet based movie|
|2012||St Georges Day||Unknown||Internet based movie|
|2013||Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa||SFO Steve Stubbs|
|1997||Tom Jones||Captain Fitzpatrick||A BBC adaptation for the stage by playwright Joan Macalpine.|
|1975||Billy Smart's Children's Circus|
|1989||Poirot: The King of Clubs|
|1990||Harry Enfield's Television Programme|
|1990||Cluedo||Richard Forrest||Episode: "Christmas Past, Christmas Present" (S 1:Ep 7)|
|1991||The Chief||Det. Sgt. Kevin Powers||Episode: "Episode 2" (S 2:Ep 2)|
|1992||Virtual Murder||Matt Andries||Episode: "Dreams Imagic" (S 1:Ep 6)|
|1992||The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles||Captain Heinz||Episode: "Trenches Of Hell, Part 2)" (S 2:Ep 3)|
|1992||Boon||David Kennedy||Episode: "Whispering Grass" (S 8:Ep 12)|
|1992||The Ruth Rendell Mysteries||Det Sgt Barry Vine||Episodes:
|1992||A Touch of Frost||Episode: "Quarry"|
|1993||Peak Practice||Episode: "Hope to Die"|
|1994||Cadfael||Sheriff Hugh Beringar||Series 1|
|1996||Deadly Voyage||Ion Plesin||TV film directed by John Mackenzie and written by Stuart Urban|
|1997||Bodyguards||Ian Worell||Main cast|
|2000||Operation Good Guys||Episode: "The Leader" (S 3:Ep 4)|
|2000||In the Beginning||Isaac||2-part biblical TV Mini-series directed by Kevin Connor|
|2001||Cold Feet (2001)||Mark Cubitt||Guest star; Series 4|
|2003||Cold Feet (2003)||Mark Cubitt||Guest Star; Series 5|
|2003||Waking The Dead||Carl Mackenzie||Episodes:
|2004||Bo' Selecta!||Hilself||Episode: "Episode Five" (S 3:Ep 5)|
|2004–2005||A Bear's Tail||Richard Head||Series 4 - Episodes:
|2006||Agatha Christie's Marple||Dr. Owen Griffith||Episode: "The Moving Finger"|
|2006||Ancient Rome–The Rise And Fall Of An Empire: Caesar||Julius Caesar|
|2007||The Tudors||English ambassador in Italy||Episode: "In Cold Blood" (S 1:EP 1)|
|2007||When Evil Calls||The Janitor||TV Mini-series|
|2008||Honest||DS. Ed Bain|
|2008||The Wrong Door||
|2009||Law & Order: UK||Josh Pritchard||Episode: "Vice" (S 1:Ep 3)|
|2010||Luther||Terry Lynch||Episode: "Episode 2" (S 1:Ep 2)|
|2011||National Geographic: Islands Series||Narrator||Cyprus|
|2011||Camelot||Sir Ector||recurring; Series 1|
|2013||Agatha Christie's Poirot||Sir George Stubbs||Episode: "Dead Man's Folly"|
|2013||Himself||Episode: "Being Poirot"|
|2013||Death in Paradise||Malcolm Powell||Episode: "A Deadly Party" (S 2:EP 8)|
|2013||The Five(ish) Doctors Reboot|
|2014–||Gotham||Alfred Pennyworth||Main cast|
|2014||The Musketeers||Sarazin||Episode: "Musketeers Don't Die Easily" (S 1:EP 10)|
|2011||Burning Both Ends||Oliver Reed|||
|1996||The Gene Machine||Piers Featherstonehaugh|
|2002||Medieval: Total War||Narrator|
|2003||Warhammer 40,000: Fire Warrior||Governor Severus|
|2003||Gladiator: Sword of Vengeance||Invictus Thrax|
|2004||Killzone||Colonel Gregor Hakha|
|2008||Fable II||Additional Voices|
|2009||Killzone 2||Colonel Mael Radec|
|2010||Fable III||Captain Saker|
|2012||PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale||Colonel Mael Radec|
|2014||Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag||Peter Chamberlaine|
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