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Peter Haworth (1927–2014)

Peter Haworth was born in 1927 in Canada. He was an actor and writer, known for Little Women (1994), A Map of the World (1999) and The Wishing Tree (1999). He died on February 10, 2014 in North Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. See full bio »

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 2011 La sacrée
John McMarshall
 2001 Boss of Bosses (TV Movie)
Agent Riley
 2001 The Familiar Stranger (TV Movie)
Man #1
 1999 The Wishing Tree
Will
 1999 A Map of the World
Priest
 1999 Poltergeist: The Legacy (TV Series)
Old Priest
- Sacrifice (1999) ... Old Priest
 1996 Millennium (TV Series)
Reverend Jack Harned
- Kingdom Come (1996) ... Reverend Jack Harned
 1996 Titanic (TV Mini-Series)
Mr. Strauss
 1994 Little Women
Male Secretary
 1993 The Sea Wolf (TV Movie)
Reginald Brewster
 1992 Stay Tuned
Old Man #1
 1991 MacGyver (TV Series)
Professor Axford
- Eye of Osiris (1991) ... Professor Axford
 1979 Overlanders (TV Movie)
Captain Pritchard
 1974 A Case of Eggs: Episode 1 (Short)
 1974 A Case of Eggs: Episode 3 (Short)
 1974 A Case of Eggs: Episode 4 (Short)
 1967 Savage Justice
Tubman
 1957 Pacific 13 (TV Series)
Reader
- Façade (1957) ... Reader
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Playing Lord Caversham in "An Ideal Husband" in Vancouver and Ottawa

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