He acted in Ben Travers' play, "Thark," at the Garrick Theatre in London, England with Kathleen Harrison, Alec McCowen, and Ambrosine Phillpotts in the cast. Ray Cooney was director.
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In the early days I played a lot of comedy in the theater and on television. But once an actor becomes well known in any kind of part, he tends to get stereotyped. After I played Frankenstein, I was only thought of in that light. Of course, some actors are better at drama and some are better at comedy. But they can certainly have a stab at both. An actor should be able to do it all.
In his later years, he and Joyce DeWitt
of Three's Company
(1977) fame became transatlantic pen pals, when the two became part of the voice-over ensemble for the animated film Walpurgis Night. Peter recorded his role in England, while Joyce later commenced recording in California, alongside his old friend Ferdy Mayne
. It was during this time that Joyce, being a fan of both classic films and ...