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Peter Coke (1913–2008)

Peter Coke was born on April 6, 1913 in Southsea, England as Peter John Coke. He was an actor and writer, known for Sister Gold (1952), Gravelhanger (1954) and The Broken Horseshoe (1953). He died on July 30, 2008 in Sharrington, Norfolk, England. See full bio »

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Known For

Sister Gold
Sister Gold St. Francis
(1952)
Gravelhanger
Gravelhanger Tony Havilland
(1954)
The Broken Horseshoe
The Broken Horseshoe Det. Insp. George Bellamy
(1953)
The Nursemaid Who Disappeared
(1939)

Filmography

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 1958 Decision (TV Series)
 1958 The Highwayman (TV Movie)
Lord Harrington
 1958 Up the Creek
Cmdr. Price
 1956 The Adventures of Sir Lancelot (TV Series)
Torwald
- The Black Castle (1956) ... Torwald
 1956 Nom-de-Plume (TV Series)
Augustin
- Friend of the People (1956) ... Augustin
 1956 Colonel March of Scotland Yard (TV Series)
Tom Grafton
- The Missing Link (1956) ... Tom Grafton
 1956 The Death of the Heart (TV Movie)
Thomas Quayne
 1956 The Extra Day
Mark
 1955 John and Julie
The Captain
 1954 BBC Sunday-Night Theatre (TV Series)
Roger Payne
- Wilderness of Monkeys (1954) ... Roger Payne
 1954 Gravelhanger (TV Series)
Tony Havilland
- The Secret of Rudiger Maltzan (1954) ... Tony Havilland
- The Secret of Francis Grayle (1954) ... Tony Havilland
- Rabbit Island (1954) ... Tony Havilland
- Follow My Leader (1954) ... Tony Havilland
- Death in a Ditch (1954) ... Tony Havilland
 1953 The Rose and the Ring (TV Mini-Series)
Narrator
- Part 3 (1953) ... Narrator (voice)
- Part 2 (1953) ... Narrator (voice)
- Part 1 (1953) ... Narrator (voice)
 1953 The Florentine Fresco (TV Short)
Benvenuto Cellini (28th June 1953 version)
 1953 The Blakes Slept Here (Short)
William
 1952 Operation Diplomat (TV Series)
Edward Schroder
- Sir Oliver Peters (1952) ... Edward Schroder
 1952 Sister Gold (TV Movie)
St. Francis
 1951 For the Children (TV Series)
Hassan
- The Man Who Was Caliph for a Day (1951) ... Hassan
 1950 Lady Precious Stream (TV Movie)
Hsieh Ping-Kuei
 1947 Murder on the Second Floor (TV Movie)
Hugh Bromilow
 1939 Cheer Boys Cheer
John Ironside
 1939 I Met a Murderer
Horseman
 1939 The Nursemaid Who Disappeared
Tom Sheldon
 1938/I Smiling Along
Rene Sigani
 1938 The Return of Carol Deane
Lord David Brenning
Show Show Writer (8 credits)
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Personal Details

Other Works:

His play, "Breath of Spring", was performed at the Cambridge Theatre in London, England with Athene Seyler, Michael Shepley, Mary Merrall, Joan Sims, Elspeth Duxbury and Hazel Hughes in the cast. See more »

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Trivia:

Francis Durbridge agreed to Coke playing his creation provided that the playwright did not alter the scripts. See more »

Nickname:

The Fabergé of Shell Art

Star Sign:

Aries

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