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(1979-1980) Stage: Appeared (as "King Lear") in "King Lear" at Canada's Stratford Festival.

(1966) Short-story collection: "The Frontiers of the Sea:"The frontiers of the sea: short stories.", Heinemann, London, 1966.

(1957). Stage Play: Romanoff and Juliet. Comedy. Written by Peter Ustinov. Incidental music by Harold Rome. Ballads by Peter Ustinov and Anthony Hopkins. Directed by George S. Kaufman. Plymouth Theatre: 10 Oct 1957- 13 Sep 1958 (389 performances). Cast: Peter Ustinov (as "The General"), Fred Clark (as "Hooper Moulsworth"), Henry Lascoe (as "Vadim Romanoff"), Natalie Schafer (as "Beulah Moulsworth"), Elizabeth Allen (as "Juliet"), Edward Atienza (as "The Archbishop") [Broadway debut], Sylvia Daneel Jr. (as "Captain Marfa Zlotochienko"), Marianne Deeming (as "Evdokia Romanoff"), Carl Don (as "The Spy"), Jack Gilford (as "Second Soldier"), William Greene (as "Freddie Vandestuyt"), Phil Leeds (as "First Soldier"), Gerald Sarracini (as "Igor Romanoff"). Replacement actors: Tamzen Allan (as "Jr. Captain Marfa Zlotochienko"), Tom Poston (as "The General"), Christine Thomas (as "Beulah Moulsworth"), Michael Tolan (as "Igor Romanoff"), George Tyne (as "First Soldier"), David White (as "Hooper Moulsworth") [final Broadway role]. Produced by David Merrick. Note: Filmed as Romanoff and Juliet (1965) (TV).

(1992) Chancellor of the University of Durham. England.

(1971) Book: "Krumnagel" (Heinemann, London).

(????) Playwright: "The Love Of Four Colonels".

(2000) TV commercial (Germany): World Expo in Hannover.

(2001) TV commercial (Germany): SEB (Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken) Bank

(1992) Book: "The Old Man and Mr. Smith: A Fable"

(1962) Spoken-word album: "The Grand Prix of Gibraltar" (also on cassette and CD).

(1982) Filmed a special trailer for Evil Under the Sun (1982).

(1989 - 1991) Stage: Wrote / produced / directed "Photo Finish", St. Petersburg, Russia. Starring Petr Shelokhonov (as "Sam"). Also in cast: Elena Solovey, Evgeni Baranov, Roman Gromadskiy and Anna Aleksakhina.

(1943) Stage: Wrote / produced / directed "House of Regrets", London, England.

(1975) Print ads: Ernest & Julio Gallo vineyards and line of wines.

(????) Spoken Word Recording: "Baron Munchausen Truly Tall Tales" (Caedmon Records TC-1409)

(1967) Spoken Word Recording: "Walt Disney Presents the Story of Blackbeard's Ghost" (Disneyland Records DQ-1305) new narration by Ustinov + original soundtrack dialogue.

(1967). Stage Play: The Unknown Soldier and His Wife. Written by Peter Ustinov. Incidental music by David Shire. Scenic Design and Costume Design by Motley. Lighting Design by Jules Fisher. Directed by John Dexter. Vivian Beaumont Theatre (moved to The George Abbott Theatre from 18 Sep 1967- close): 6 Jul 1967-12 Nov 1967 (148 performances + 11 previews). Andrew R. Amic-Angelo, Gary Barton, Brian Bedford, W.B. Brydon, Howard Da Silva (as "Archbishop"), B.J. DeSimone, Bob Dishy (as "Inventor") [from 27 Jun 1967-17 Sep 1967], William Dolive, M'el Dowd (as "Woman"), Andrew Johns, Alan Mixon, Melissa C. Murphy, Don Scardino, Marco St. John, James Storm, Larry Swanson, Christopher Walken (as "Unknown Soldier"). Produced by Alexander H. Cohen. Associate Producer: Hildy Parks.

(1993) TV commercial (Canada): UNICEF.

(1951) Stage: Wrote "The Moment of Truth," performed at the Adelphi Theatre in London, England, with Eric Portman, Brian Wilde, Cyril Luckham and Josephine Griffin in the cast. John Fernald was director.

(1951-52) Stage: Wrote / appeared in "The Love of Four Colonels," at the Wyndham's Theatre in London, England, with Theodore Bikel, Patricia Jessel and Moira Lister in the cast. John Fernald was director.

(1951-52) Stage: Appeared in "The Moment of Truth," performed at the Adelphi Theatre in London, England, with Eric Portman, Brian Wilde, Cyril Luckham, Josephine Griffin, Anthony Marlowe, Donald Eccles, Noel Hood and Harry Gwyn-Davies in the cast. John Fernald was director.

(1956) Stage: Wrote / appeared in ""Romanoff and Juliet," at the Piccadilly Theatre in London, England, with Frederick Valk and Eric Porter in the cast.

(4/23/62) Stage: Wrote / directed "Photo Finish," at the Saville Theatre in London, England, with Paul Rogers, Diana Wynyard and Cyril Luckham in the cast. Nicholas Garland was also director.

(1967) Stage: Wrote "Halfway Up the Tree," performed at the Queen's Theatre in London, England, with Robert Morley, Ambrosine Phillpotts and Mark Dignam in the cast. John Gielgud was director.

(1990) Stage: Wrote / appeared in "An Evening with Peter Ustinov," at the Theatre Royal Haymarket in London, England.

(1993) Narrator of Discovery Channel's "Wings over the World: The Tupolev TU-95 Bear"

(1968) Stage: Appeared (voice only) in Thornton Wilder's "The Skin of Our Teeth," in a Chichester Festival Theatre production at the Chichester Festival Theatre in Chichester, Sussex, England, with Millicent Martin, Pauline Jameson, Maureen O'Brien, Simon Ward, Clive Revill, Hubert Gregg, David Nettheim and the voices of John Clements, Alec Guinness and Laurence Olivier in the cast. Peter Coe was director.

(1968) Stage: Wrote / directed / appeared in "The Unknown Soldier and His Wife", in a Chichester Festival Theatre production at the Chichester Festival Theatre in Chichester, Sussex, England, with Mark Kingston, Clive Revill, Prunella Scales and Simon Ward in the cast.

(1946) Stage: Appeared in Rodney Ackland's stage adaptation of Fyodor Dostoevsky's novel, "Crime and Punishment", at the New Theatre in London, England, with John Gielgud, Edith Evans, Audrey Fildes, Jessie Evans, Sebastian Cabot, Ferdy Mayne, Rosalind Atkinson and Peter Jones in the cast. Anthony Quayle was the director.

(5/46) Stage: Appeared in Rodney Ackland's stage adaptation of Fyodor Dostoevsky's novel, "Crime and Punishment", at the Theatre Royal in Newcastle, Tyne & Wear, England, with John Gielgud, Edith Evans, Audrey Fildes, Jessie Evans, Sebastian Cabot, Ferdy Mayne, Rosalind Atkinson and Peter Jones in the cast. Anthony Quayle was the director.

(10/29/72) Stage: Appeared in "Sybil: A Celebration of Sybil Thorndike's 90th Birthday," at the Theatre Royal Haymarket in London, England, with Sybil Thorndike, Laurence Olivier, Jane Casson, Vanessa Redgrave, Joan Plowright, Alec Guinness, Joyce Grenfell, Angela Baddeley, Margaret Webster, Ursula Jeans, Peggy Ashcroft, Ralph Richardson, Margaret Leighton, Joyce Redman, Wendy Hiller, Irene Worth, Paul Scofield, Margot Fonteyn, David Wall, Richard Pasco, Roger Livesey, Celia Johnson, Edith Evans, Rachel Kempson, Gwen Ffrangcon Davies and George Rylands in the cast. Murray MacDonald and Wendy Toye were directors.

(1978) Rector of the University of Dundee.

(Late 1950s) Comedy record: "Mock Mozart and Phoney Folk Lore".


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