1955: Played Pozzo in the first British performance of Samuel Beckett
's play "Waiting for Godot" at the Arts Theatre, London.
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5' 7½" (1.72 m)
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The name is so important for an actor, a foremost part of one's image. I like my name . . . but as an actor, it has often been a detriment. I have been mistakenly billed as Peter Dull, and under my correctly spelled name I've been reviewed as having delivered a performance which was "pure Bull".
He claimed that the sentence most often addressed to him by strangers was, "I know the face, but...", which he said was the inevitable lot of a small-part actor in Britain. He eventually wrote an amusing autobiographical book using this unfinished sentence as its title.
Rich, commanding voice.