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Peter Lewis is a writer and actor, known for That's Your Funeral (1972), That Was the Week That Was (1962) and Armchair Theatre (1956). See full bio »

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 1973 The Village Concert (TV Movie) (additional material)
 1972 That's Your Funeral (screenplay)
 1970-1971 That's Your Funeral (TV Series) (writer - 7 episodes)
- A Touch of Violet (1971) ... (writer)
- Unholy Deadlock (1971) ... (writer)
- What's in a Name? (1971) ... (writer)
- The Last to Go (1971) ... (writer)
- Winning the Ashes (1971) ... (writer)
 1970 Comedy Playhouse (TV Series) (writer - 1 episode)
- Last Tribute (1970) ... (writer)
 1969 How We Used to Live (TV Series) (writer - 1 episode)
- Sport (1969) ... (writer)
 1968 Armchair Theatre (TV Series) (writer - 1 episode)
- Home Movies (1968) ... (writer)
 1966 Thirty-Minute Theatre (TV Series) (writer - 1 episode)
- The House Mouse (1966) ... (writer)
 1965 BBC 3 (TV Series)
 1965 A World of Comedy (TV Mini-Series) (1 episode)
 1962-1963 That Was the Week That Was (TV Series) (writer - 37 episodes)
- That Was the Year That Was (1963) ... (writer)
- Episode #2.12 (1963) ... (writer)
- Episode #2.11 (1963) ... (writer)
- Episode #2.10 (1963) ... (writer)
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 1972 That's Your Funeral
Man at First Funeral (uncredited)

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